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LPD New York Styled By Moses

28 June 2013, 19.56 | Posted in Fashion, editorial | 8 comments »

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New York based Les Plus Dorés(LPD New York) teamed up with stylist Moses Moreno to bring a gritty sporty edge to their signature tees. The result is a set of powerful images that reflect the tough, sweaty side of athletics as it can also relate to the grind of fashion. See more images here.

Video:Alpha & Omega By Awol Erizku For Oak x Liaison Femme

26 June 2013, 13.04 | Posted in Fashion, editorial | 4 comments »

Enjoy a look at Alpha (above) and Omega, a video project artistically illustrating the beautiful duality found in women. Made in collboration with Oak and Liaison Femme, Part I is titled “Alpha” and features DJs Jasmine Solano and Kitty Cash (Kilo Kish/DJ). Part II (on the flip) is titled “Omega” and features DJs G*LEE, Lauren Flax (Creep), Jubilee (Mixpak), and Kristen Oshiro. Enjoy!
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Highsnobette Photo Editorial: Berlin Diner By Laura Palm

13 May 2013, 11.00 | Posted in Fashion, HighSnobette Exclusive, editorial | 1 comment »

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Highsnobette teamed up with photographer Laura Palm and presents an exclusive editorial in the typical American Diner style. The shoot features all our favorite pieces, brands and styles for a great season. The mix of classic essentials and popping statement pieces from top Belin-based brands Lala Berlin, Karlotta Wilde and Sabrina Dehoff meet the elite of Highnobettes most featured brands like Opening Ceremony, &Other Strories, h&m, and Kitsuné. Check out the full Berlin Diner story after the jump.

Photography by Laura Palm
Modelling by Yvonne Wegener Seedsmanagement
Hair & Make-up by Kim Keusen Ace Fury Collective
Styling by Julia Quante
Styling Assistance by Jessica Filla
Retouching by Jenn Werner & Laura Palm

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LAST LOOK Reykjavik Fashion Festival By Jules Kim & Alessandro Simonetti

26 March 2013, 19.16 | Posted in Fashion, editorial | 4 comments »

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The LAST LOOK from a fashion runway show dictates the designer’s aesthetic and overall direction for the season. During the Reykjavik Fashion Festival, a forum created to nurture and celebrate the Icelandic fashion industry, seven juried designers showcased their collections amongst a sea of editors, buyers, and fashionistas.

Most nations build a fashion week to be accepted into a global spectrum of heels, makeup and models; yet RFF has taken a more innocent and raw approach to their platform. They would have to, considering their country’s landscape and whimsical weather patterns. A common thread shared by all of the brands featured was not only their ancestry, but their passion to participate and reveal the tenderness of the opportunity itself. There was a heartfelt excitement backstage that not even Paris or New York Fashion Weeks could match. These organizations are already tried and true with nothing to prove but diligence. The energy is not new and authentic; it is jaded and tense. Iceland’s backstage was like starting over again, complete with newbie dressers and fledgling models, yet there was an authenticity that with the help of producers from Heidelberg’s Atelier Kontrast (http://www.atelierkontrast.com/), made for a memorable and dignified event. When we become absorbed by the Who, What, and Wears (pun intended), let’s not forget about Why?

The following posts define each designers’ LAST LOOK from each collection at RFF. The runway ranged from feminine and delicate to unisex goth styles. The briefs to follow are straight from each brand/designer’s own unique ethos. It would not seem quite fair to reinterpret their own intentions in my words.-JulesKim.

Highsnobette Photo Editorial: H&M Conscious Collection By Laura Palm


H&M are constantly striving to balance their contemporary and exciting designs alongside ethical responsibilites. Their latest Conscious Collection, which will be released this Spring, sees a reflection of the season in the beautiful floral textile designs. Vanessa Paradis is the face of the worldwide campaign, but for a special treat, here at Highsnobette we teamed up with photographer Laura Palm to produce a more personal lookbook, ahead of the collections release.
Featuring Cécile Weber and Jackie Hide, the styling plays up the youthful edge of the collection,
including floaty dresses, cropped bomber jackets, khaki pants, shorts and perforated tea dresses. The collection will hit H&M stores on March 25.
In association with H&M, Highsnobette are offering 10 of our readers the opportunity to win themselves an exclusive pouch bag design, not available to the general public. In order to be in with a chance of winning, leave a comment in the section below. Good luck!

Photography by Laura Palm
Modelling by Cécile Weber & Jackie Hide
Hair & Make-up by Anna Czilinsky
Products from hiro cosmetics & hair-products bumble&bumble
Studio HVID-Studio

Check out the full spread in th egallery on the next page.

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Highsnobette Editorial: Guns Germs Steal x G-Star x Nike Dunk Sky High

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During our last visit of Project in Las Vegas as members of the Blogger Project we had the opportunity to style a few looks with some brands that caught our eye. First up is a look featuring a stunning neoprene sweater ( a collaboration with Brianna Capozzi) and a  bottle opener gold chain by Guns Germs Steal, some sick leather pants by G-Star and  Nike Dunk Sky Highs. Photos by the always amazing Sandbox Studio,  styling Lois+Samia.

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Beyonce In GQ’s February 2013 Issue

11 January 2013, 01.02 | Posted in editorial | No comments »

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There are many things one can say about Beyonce Knowles. From her undeniable vocals, dance prouesse and southern belle charm, she’s been able to sustain an untouchable star status where many came close on various levels but have not yet surpassed her. And then comes this editorial shot by Terry Richardson  that has  men and women all over twitter saying things like @RonnieFieg :

“That Beyonce cover got me sweating.”

See more pictures on the next page via GQ and read the full interview here.

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Editorial: Daria Werbowy For W Magazine January 2013

02 January 2013, 17.16 | Posted in Fashion, Magazines, editorial | 1 comment »

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Ryan McGinley brought Daria Werbowy and nature together to shoot a beautiful collection of images for W magazine’s January 2013 issue. Wearing pieces from the Spring collections of designers Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen and Valentino amongst others, fashion director Edward Enninful together with Ryan McGinley managed to make the most of a colorful backdrop made further beautiful by the gorgeous and down-to-earth looking Werbowy.

Check out the full spread on the next page.

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Holiday Wishes From The Snobettes!!!

25 December 2012, 22.12 | Posted in Fashion, editorial | No comments »

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‘Sloane Street Girls’ Editorial

24 December 2012, 14.27 | Posted in Magazines, Models, editorial | No comments »


In an editorial titled “Sloane Street Girls,” Rough magazine makes its own statement on the generally pejorative descriptive assigned to certain types of women who shop Sloane Square in London. Photographed by Diago Mariotta Mendez, the shoot features all women of color models, styled in mid-priced brands like Benetton and French Connection with various high-end shops serving as a backdrop. This particular image is shot in black and white but the rest of the editorial is  in color. See it here.