Filed under: Editorials | Tags: allaire heisig, chichi saito, enrico mariotti, hissa igarashi, hugh kelly, hugh lippe, inna pilipenko, kelly madigan, manami ishikawa, ryan yoon, virgine
But, wait, I’m not done with Virgine. The other day, I’ve already forgotten which, it was Ford Men’s Jacob Dekat playing foil to Madonna‘s Material Girl. Today the celebrity drag riff riffs on with an editorial titled “The Icons” by Virgine creative director Hissa Igarashi and a host of photographers. The resultant story is a sort of Madame Tussauds meets magazine tear sheet wherein the likes of Michael Jackson, Audrey Hepburn, David Bowie, etc are brought to life (or something closely resembling life) on the page through styling and clever casting. The results are mixed, but on the whole come good though the presentation of Ford’s Inna Pilipenko as James Dean and Ford Women’s Allaire Heisig as Marlon Brando. Sadly, however there’s not a Bill Murray amongst the lot, but I reckon Inna and Allaire more than suffice.
Credits include: Publication, Virgine 01 2011; Title, “The Icons”; Model, Inna Pilipenko; Fashion editor, Hissa Igarashi; Photography, Ryan Yoon; Hair, Enrico Mariotti at See Management; Makeup, Manami Ishikawa.
Model, Allaire Heisig; Fashion editor, Hissa Igarashi; Photography, Hugh Lippe; Hair, Kelly Madigan; Makeup, Chichi Saito at B Agency NY for Dior Beauty.
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