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Preview - Wang Xiao for Harper’s Bazaar China June 2014 Photography by Melodie Jeng

A couple photos in Harper’s Bazaar May 2014

Vanessa Axente + Kati Nescher

- Melodie

POPPY DELEVINGNE + DEREK BLASBERG

Before Topshop FW14

Melodie Jeng

 (via On the Street: LFW Day 2 - Of The Minute)

POPPY DELEVINGNE + DEREK BLASBERG

Before Topshop FW14

Melodie Jeng

(via On the Street: LFW Day 2 - Of The Minute)

I have a few images of Ulyana Sergeenko in the May 2013 issue of Harper’s Bazaar US. She designs couture collections as well which I really respect — my personal life and style is far from “street style stars” but I enjoy fashion for the beauty/inspiration/dream/constructed aspect of it, I just stay aware of that — I like that Ulyana designs for herself and has the perspective of someone who wears and buys (not borrows!) couture. 

I have a few images of Ulyana Sergeenko in the May 2013 issue of Harper’s Bazaar US. She designs couture collections as well which I really respect — my personal life and style is far from “street style stars” but I enjoy fashion for the beauty/inspiration/dream/constructed aspect of it, I just stay aware of that — I like that Ulyana designs for herself and has the perspective of someone who wears and buys (not borrows!) couture. 

@Kerry_Pieri from @HarpersBazaarUS looking amazing at NYFW SS13
I have not knowingly shot Kerry before this season but I think she’s an underrated street style star (but really just always stylish who doesn’t necessarily dress and search for the camera ;) ) - look out for her!
It’s a bit cold for this outfit now but I think you could change the shorts into long pants and perhaps wear a darker stripes shirt. I’m a big fan of blazer/suits, blue, and nautical stripes. She put together everything I love and her shoes are gorgeous. It’s hard to go wrong with a Balenciaga heel.
Can’t wait to see what she wears next!
Suit: Tibi
Shoes: Balenciaga
Sunglasses: Westward Leaning

@Kerry_Pieri from @HarpersBazaarUS looking amazing at NYFW SS13

I have not knowingly shot Kerry before this season but I think she’s an underrated street style star (but really just always stylish who doesn’t necessarily dress and search for the camera ;) ) - look out for her!

It’s a bit cold for this outfit now but I think you could change the shorts into long pants and perhaps wear a darker stripes shirt. I’m a big fan of blazer/suits, blue, and nautical stripes. She put together everything I love and her shoes are gorgeous. It’s hard to go wrong with a Balenciaga heel.

Can’t wait to see what she wears next!

Suit: Tibi

Shoes: Balenciaga

Sunglasses: Westward Leaning

@johillman @harpersbazaarus @twedun Another one of my favorite women to shoot! Joanna Hillman from Harper’s Bazaar. Here at Edun!
After looking back at this photo my favorite thing is the snack/chips on the bottom right :D

@johillman @harpersbazaarus @twedun Another one of my favorite women to shoot! Joanna Hillman from Harper’s Bazaar. Here at Edun!

After looking back at this photo my favorite thing is the snack/chips on the bottom right :D

Lucy Chen, Harper’s Bazaar Fashion Assistant 
Coat - French Connection
Top - Tommy Hilfiger
Bottom - Opening Ceremony
Bag - Marni
Sullivan Street, Soho

Lucy Chen, Harper’s Bazaar Fashion Assistant 

Coat - French Connection

Top - Tommy Hilfiger

Bottom - Opening Ceremony

Bag - Marni

Sullivan Street, Soho

Sabrina in Central Park - She is an intern at Oscar de la Renta.
This is an outtake from my Military Jackets story for Footwear Plus. She created her military vest from a Gap men’s jacket that she stumbled upon in the sale section.
I interned with her at Harper’s Bazaar. She is wrapping up her studies at Pratt Institute.
Check her out graphic design website: http://scontratti.4ormat.com/

Sabrina in Central Park - She is an intern at Oscar de la Renta.

This is an outtake from my Military Jackets story for Footwear Plus. She created her military vest from a Gap men’s jacket that she stumbled upon in the sale section.

I interned with her at Harper’s Bazaar. She is wrapping up her studies at Pratt Institute.

Check her out graphic design website: http://scontratti.4ormat.com/

If you are wondering why you haven’t seen me out in ages, why I’m posting corny shoe photos, why I’m shaking out of excitement (ok, maybe that’s the Abraco coffee), why I’m afraid to go to check my bank account balance, and why my true nerdiness is coming out, I’ve gone a bit crazy recently  and bought these books and magazine in the past month”
Facehunter by Yvan Rodic, Elle magazine, New York Times Magazine Photographs by Aperture, Instyle Magazine (My friend Michelle is in it!), Willy Ronis by  Taschen, Robert Doisneau - 3 Seconds of Eternity by Schrimer/Mosel, my History of Western Art II book, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, i-D Magazine (I got the Abbey Lee cover - really wanted Fei Fei and Carine as well!), Subway by Bruce Davidson - Aperture 3rd ed (went to his talk and got it signed Wednesday! so great), Carine Roitfeld- Irreverent, Helmut Newton Work by Taschen, The Photography Reader edited by Liz Wells, Georgia O’Keeffe- A  Portrait by Stieglitz (by the Metropolitan Museum of Art?) History of Modern Art textbook, Grey Magazine Issue V (this is still on newsstands and I got it used - what?), Harper’s BAzaar Greatest Hits, William Wegman - Fashion Photographs (on dogs! It’s somewhere in there) Not pictured: My friend Hannah just lent me Fruits and Freshfruit books, yes!  
Some other inspirational books: William Eggleston - 5x7 (interesting to see his black and white and portrait work), Ed Ruscha - Then & Now, Rankin - Sexy (I think?), Catherine McDermott - Street Style, Lynn Kohlman - Lynn Front and Back, Andreas Gursky MOMA book, Erte’ by Roland Barthes (Anyone have a few hundred bucks?) Latin Lover and New York Facades Chanel Spring/Summer ‘10 books by Karl Lagerfeld (Still thinking about it!, Errol Morris - Seeing is Believing, etc .
Mostly from what’s close to me: Amazon, Aperture, St. Marks Bookstore (help save it here), East Village Books, Mercer Books, and Mass books! Strand and Shakespeare & Co are always nice. Several nice bookstores in the West Village as well. Magazine Cafe near Bryant Park, the multiple Universal News stores, and Kinokuniya are great for various magazines/Japanese magazines. 
xx

If you are wondering why you haven’t seen me out in ages, why I’m posting corny shoe photos, why I’m shaking out of excitement (ok, maybe that’s the Abraco coffee), why I’m afraid to go to check my bank account balance, and why my true nerdiness is coming out, I’ve gone a bit crazy recently  and bought these books and magazine in the past month”

Facehunter by Yvan Rodic, Elle magazine, New York Times Magazine Photographs by Aperture, Instyle Magazine (My friend Michelle is in it!), Willy Ronis by  Taschen, Robert Doisneau - 3 Seconds of Eternity by Schrimer/Mosel, my History of Western Art II book, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, i-D Magazine (I got the Abbey Lee cover - really wanted Fei Fei and Carine as well!), Subway by Bruce Davidson - Aperture 3rd ed (went to his talk and got it signed Wednesday! so great), Carine Roitfeld- Irreverent, Helmut Newton Work by Taschen, The Photography Reader edited by Liz Wells, Georgia O’Keeffe- A  Portrait by Stieglitz (by the Metropolitan Museum of Art?) History of Modern Art textbook, Grey Magazine Issue V (this is still on newsstands and I got it used - what?), Harper’s BAzaar Greatest Hits, William Wegman - Fashion Photographs (on dogs! It’s somewhere in there) Not pictured: My friend Hannah just lent me Fruits and Freshfruit books, yes!  

Some other inspirational books: William Eggleston - 5x7 (interesting to see his black and white and portrait work), Ed Ruscha - Then & Now, Rankin - Sexy (I think?), Catherine McDermott - Street Style, Lynn Kohlman - Lynn Front and Back, Andreas Gursky MOMA book, Erte’ by Roland Barthes (Anyone have a few hundred bucks?) Latin Lover and New York Facades Chanel Spring/Summer ‘10 books by Karl Lagerfeld (Still thinking about it!, Errol Morris - Seeing is Believing, etc .

Mostly from what’s close to me: Amazon, Aperture, St. Marks Bookstore (help save it here), East Village Books, Mercer Books, and Mass books! Strand and Shakespeare & Co are always nice. Several nice bookstores in the West Village as well. Magazine Cafe near Bryant Park, the multiple Universal News stores, and Kinokuniya are great for various magazines/Japanese magazines. 

xx

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