Introducing the Shop Girl series, where we sit down with the people behind your favorite shops to talk style, life and denim. First up: Chelsea Moylan, owner and buyer of San Francisco’s ultra-cool ANOMIE boutique.
With a resume that includes regular work with Vogue, GQ, and interviews with Kanye West, Bjork, Peter Lindbergh, Kate Moss, and Juergen Teller, 27-year-old journalist Lou Stoppard shares how she’s making it.
With hard work and a sharp eye, Ramsell Martinez has built a career styling hair that’s artfully messy and gorgeously “real” for dozens of fashion campaigns and high-end editorials.
24-year-old Philip Ellis is one of the brightest young stars of British fashion design, having done stints at Meadham Kirkhoff, Louis Vuitton, Vetements, and a politically charged show of his own while wrapping up his degree at Central St Martins.
To hear him tell it, Jorge Morales’s career in fashion started in sixth grade. “I remember getting in trouble for talking to all the pretty girls.” Talking to pretty girls takes up a lot of Morales’s days lately: He’s a casting director who’s worked with brands and magazines to find the just-right talent who’ll help bring their aesthetic vision to life.
For AGOLDE designer Erin Meehan fashion always seemed like more of a fantasy, not something she thought she could actually work in.
ASAP Ferg brought on his little brother, Delly, and Delly’s girlfriend Najeen to model his Fall 2017 AGOLDE capsule in Harlem. We talk to the duo about growing up with the ASAP crew and pursuing dreams.
We catch up with model Matthew Davidson on set in New York while shooting AGOLDE Fall 2017.
With Yohji Yamamoto, Louis Vuitton, Valentino, and now ASAP Ferg + AGOLDE on his resume, model Lucas Santoni knows a thing or two about the fashion industry.
When thinking about who to cast to model ASAP Ferg’s Fall 2017 collection with AGOLDE, the trap lord was quick to suggest a few friends from Harlem. Enter Ben Jayne and Jonah Bush, two creatives who are making their way in the music and fashion worlds.