Schön! Magazine http://schonmagazine.com Thu, 17 Aug 2017 15:22:05 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 Blast Your BBQ Palette With Help From TABASCO http://schonmagazine.com/summer-bbq-tabasco/ http://schonmagazine.com/summer-bbq-tabasco/#respond Thu, 17 Aug 2017 10:15:24 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=60109 ]]>

With the summer beating its best, the BBQ season is in full flow. And nowhere but in London do so many vibrant culinary cultures meet: from Nigerian communities, Asian areas to Caribbean centres – and every continent in between – we’ve got access to the world in one city. The common feature of all these gastronomies? Each and every one has a grill culture for you to be inspired by. We’re always on the hunt for something hot and spicy – bold, tangy mouthfuls of summer heat – and BBQs are the best spot to melt these flavours into one fun meal.

Funny then, that we’re stuck on the simple burger bun combination – familiar, but often bland: talk about overkill through repetition. Take a leaf from the TABASCO book – hot and spicy, the universal Louisiana pepper sauce is a perfect step forward when introducing new, rich flavours to your BBQ recipes. You can take our word – when it’s so easy to be inspired by your surroundings, spicing it up is an easy task.

It’s easy to travel with TABASCO – whirl your taste buds around the globe with a splash of the sauce, whether that be the Original red sauce directly in your Nigerian inspired burger mix, or for Filipino grilled chicken reinvented with a Green Jalapeño Sauce glaze. If you’re feeling on the piquant side, bring something new to the table with grilled cucumbers (hear us out) with Labneh, spiced up with a splash of TABASCO

So, branch out from your usual repertoire when your grill skills are on show this August. After all, the Millenials are here to expand horizons, and it starts socially, among friends and family, bringing a zesty, spicy vibe to the proceedings. Londoners have grown into the fabric of the city – full of the rich flavours of a multicultural landscape.

Be inspired and discover TABASCO recipes here.

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interview | lela loren http://schonmagazine.com/interview-lela-loren/ http://schonmagazine.com/interview-lela-loren/#respond Thu, 17 Aug 2017 08:21:19 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=60712 ]]>

Top / Cinq a Sept
Ring / Alex and Ani

Lela Loren’s presence, both on and off stage, is commanding yet poised. One of Hollywood’s rising stars, she awed us with magnetic performances in popular series such as The Closer, Lost, The Mentalist, NCIS, and CSI – both NY and Miami. Loren, born in California of Mexican and American descent, stars as the Nuyorican prosecutor Angela Valdes in Power, Starz’s New York City-based crime drama, created by none other than 50 Cent and Emmy-nominated The Good Wife writer Courtney Kemp Agboh. Currently more than halfway through the fourth season, a fifth is already in the works, which she warns us “is a very intense one.”

Lela’s portrayal of Angie is a breath of fresh air for Latinx characters. Leaving the spicy sexpot, maid, and gangbanger stereotypes at the door, Angela Valdes’ stance is delivered with strength by the 37-year-old. The show, which premiered on June 2014, has been praised for its representation; being led almost entirely by POC characters and actors, in what represents a paramount yet unparalleled venture. “It’s important [to have shows like this] because we’re still in a place where we have to ask [about representation], which means that there is a dearth of programming,” Lela asserts. “As human beings, we need stories that reflect us back. To be a huge part of the world and be left out of storytelling is a disservice to us as people, as humanity. To have storytelling written for and played by people of colour is a vital necessity.” 

And rightfully so. According to the annual Hollywood diversity report, which examines the top 100 films of 2016 based on U.S. box office success, only 3.1 percent of speaking characters were Latino. Set to defy the statistics, Power displays the diverse diaspora of Latin communities, and it seems to have found the perfect formula for success. Each season, the series has continued to establish several all-time high performances for Starz. Such is its success that it’s now the most watched show on the cable platform.

Sweater / Public School
Body Suit / Jonathan Simkhai

But the dazzling numbers have not gone to Lela’s head. “I have this feeling that it’s something that I’d be able to feel later,” she explains. “When you are in it, you don’t know what to do with that information. It is when you look back, then you can feel it. Right now, I don’t even know how to take it in. It’s the same thing that happens if I see myself on a billboard, it’s weird… I don’t know what to do with that but I’m grateful, in capital letters.”

She admits she’s nothing like her character, she concedes that there are “aspects [of Angela] that are aspirational as well as aspects of her that are really cautionary.” Angela’s character is defined by an exceptional duality: ballsy and intellectual. “Angela [presents] a paradox that I find true in life which is [that] the ballsier and tougher a person is on the outside, the more vulnerable they are inside”, Loren explains. “Usually, the most sensitive people are the ones that have to be the toughest because there’s no one there to really protect that soft heart. At the core of Angela is her soft heart. Her hardness is all out of survival and her taking those walls down to show her soft heart is a risk that she will take.”

If her character portrayal is any testament to Lela’s own beliefs, it comes as no surprise that what first attracted her to the role was precisely her intelligence. “Women get to be incredibly bright and brilliant and that’s part of being human,” she says. “It’s about time that a character gets to be that intelligent. Although you do also see big blind spots where she misses things entirely, particularly in the area of love. That kind of a mess of a person is interesting to me.”

Sweater / Public School
Body Suit / Jonathan Simkhai

 

 

But, despite being polar opposites, Lela herself gets lots of flack from the show’s fans. Perhaps from people that don’t know where to draw the line between real life and fiction. “But I think they know where to draw the line,” Lela boldly affirms. “I think it’s an indulgence that they like to scratch because they can hide behind the anonymity that social media provides you with. It’s the same thing as when you know you’re not supposed to eat that second or third donut, but you do it anyway. People know, I’m not going to give them a pass like that.” And, although any resemblance to reality is pure coincidence, her performance is seamlessly effortless. “You see bits of me in the beginning. In season 1, when she’s at home not wearing any makeup, eating like a boy and kind of messy… That was more me and then they stopped writing things like that,” she jokes.

Even more impressive than Lela’s performance – or resume for that matter – is making it in Hollywood with an unassuming attitude. It was her diligent ambition that got her where she is today. Before getting the role of Angela, Loren had $86 in her account and was on the verge of having to move in back with her parents. When she found herself in that situation, California Unemployment decided to redo their processing system and weren’t helping people with unemployment requests. “The show that I was doing right before Power was Gang Related,” she recalls.” Immediately before I’d gotten sick and couldn’t work – I couldn’t get a second job waitressing. I just watched my bank account go to zero. I asked for help from my family for one month and then the next month I was back in the same situation. That’s when I landed both roles.”

Sweater / Public School
Body Suit / Jonathan Simkhai

“I got lucky, it could have easily gone in the other direction and then I would have had to move in with my parents and take my life in a different direction,” she says. “To push through or not to push through, in some way, that will get decided for you. [If acting] is something that you really love, you have to divorce yourself from society’s expectations and ideas around success because you may never see it or you might make it over the hump and have a career. None of us are really in control of it. My advice is to really understand whether you are in love with it for the process or for the idea of fame”.

But in spite of her success, Loren thinks it is very precarious to put celebrities, especially actors, in the position of role models — fully knowledgeable that glamorising the idea of being an actor is harmful to young kids. “Our service is to the character. If you look at the characters on Power, none of them should be looked up to,” she explains. “Making celebrities role models means that we are missing real leaders in our culture. We should have authors, poets, real politicians that are in service of their civic duty. Role models are people like Mahatma Gandhi, Maya Angelou, or Jane Goodall – people who are actively making the world a better place. We are in the realm of art and entertainment, which is vital, but I want young girls to push themselves further than just [being] actors and actresses. Look at Amal Clooney, for example: an amazing, brilliant lawyer that’s working for human rights. Not to discredit my craft, being an entertainer serves a function, but it shouldn’t take over the realm of role model.”

Coat / Sally LaPointe
Trousers / Noon by Noor

Lela’s contagious laughter is a sign of her confident demeanour as an actress but the tone of the conversation turns earnest when I ask her about her proudest career moment to date. “All your characters are like your children,” she says. “I don’t know if I think about them hierarchically. There have been some that have been very potent and poignant because of the time in my life and where I was at that point and what it meant to me. Getting Angela was the sign that I actually might get to do this and have a career and build a life from this. Being in television as a series regular, as a lead; I get to act day-in and day-out when, as an actor, you spent most of the time unemployed. In that aspect, no other character or opportunity has ever come close. However, there are other projects that I’ve loved. I did a play for the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco with a playwright named José Rivera, one of my idols in college.”

She’s talking about her 2009 leading performance on stage in Boleros for the Disenchanted, where her portrayal of Flora gained multiple rave reviews. “That role was so important because I had gotten injured so I couldn’t waitress anymore and waitressing had stopped me from doing plays. It was at the point where I was like I either try to make a living acting now or never,” she confesses. Despite the bumps in the road, Lela made it and she’ll be playing Angela, a character she’s 100% devoted to, for a while. Who knows what she might surprise us with next, after all, she says it herself: “Life will guide you and tell you the direction that it wants you to go in and, sometimes, you have to surrender to what that is, for better or for worse.”

Power Season 4 airs on Starz on Sundays.

Words / Sara Delgado
Follow her here.

This Schön! online exclusive was produced by

Photography / Mark Veltman 
Fashion / Anthony Pedraza
Talent / Lela Loren 
Hair / Seiji Yamada for Redken @ the Wall Group 
Make Up / Andrea Tiller @ the Wall Group

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mouvement coloriste http://schonmagazine.com/mouvement-coloriste/ http://schonmagazine.com/mouvement-coloriste/#respond Wed, 16 Aug 2017 08:42:59 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=60602 ]]>

Jumpsuit / Inshade
Dress / Kursovoy
Opposite
Jacket, shorts & parka / Kursovoy

Stylist Ira Dubina creates a colour-block choreography with models Marina and Anna in this Schön! online editorial. Captured by Dima Chyornyy, form and volumes are imbued with chroma, celebrating dynamism and kinetics.

Dress / Inshade

Dress / Inshade

Dress, top & shorts / Nina Donis

Dress / Inshade

This Schön! online exclusive was produced by

Photography / Dima Chyornyy 
Fashion / Ira Dubina 
Models / Marina Volga & Anna Shramko 
Make Up / Nadya Mastrukova 
Post Production / Irina Muravyova 

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Top / Dior
Trousers /Adidas
Shoes / Nike

Photographer Steven Taylor halts rhythm to be in the moment in this Schön! online editorial. Stylist Seth Chernoff crafts contrasts dressing model David Friend in a spectrum of urban getup, from streetwear to suits. 

Suit / Asos
Sunglasses / Jack’s Vintage
Shoes / Gucci
Jewelry / Han Cholo

Top / American Apparel
Trousers / Levis

Top / American Apparel
Trousers / Levis

Top / Raf Simmons
Trousers / GAP
Hat / Gucci
Shoes / Golden Goose
Jewelry / Han Cholo

This Schön! online exclusive was produced by 

Photography / Steven Taylor 
Fashion / Seth Chernoff 
Model / David Friend

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building maintenance http://schonmagazine.com/building-maintenance/ http://schonmagazine.com/building-maintenance/#respond Mon, 14 Aug 2017 12:20:29 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=60317 ]]>

Suit / Barclay @ Gravity Pope
T-shirt / Gucci
Boots / Stylist’s own
Opposite
Dress / Denis Gagnon
Sunglasses / Someday Somewhere

A mix of understated colours and architectural forms collude to form understated beauty in this Schön! online editorial shot by Michael Kai Young. Model Henriette de Vriesm is styled by Steph Major in looks from Ports 1961, Comme des Garçons and Marni. 

Dress / Ports 1961
Necklace / Cuchara
Opposite
Coat, jacket & skirt / Andrew Coimbra
Earrings / Cuchara
Boots / Vintage

Dress / Craig Dean
Shoes / Celine
Earrings & bracelet / Biko
Opposite
Coat / Curtis Oland
Jumper / Mo & Co
Skirt / Maison Matthew Gallagher
Shoes / See by Chloe @ Gravity Pope

Dress / Maison Matthew Gallagher
Bracelet / Cuchara
Shoes & Gloves / Vintage
Opposite
Top / Comme des Garçons
Trousers / House of Etiquette
Necklace & rings / Cuchara
Shoes / Marc Jacobs

Dress / Denis Gagnon
Shoes / Marc Jacobs
Opposite
Blazer / Lamarque
Top & trousers / Brit Wacher
Earrings & bracelet / Cuchara

Dress / Brit Wacher
Top, shoes & gloves / Vintage
Necklace / Cuchara
Opposite
Jacket & trousers / Curtis Oland
Top / House of Etiquette
Shoes / Marni @ Gravity Pope
Earrings & bracelet / Biko

This Schön! online exclusive was produced by 

Photography / Michael Kai Young 
Fashion / Steph Major 
Model / Henriette de Vriesm @ Chantale Nadeau 
Hair / Matthew Lill @ P1M  
Make-Up / Alexandre Deslauriers @ P1M using Clé de Peau 

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interview | brandy http://schonmagazine.com/interview-brandy/ http://schonmagazine.com/interview-brandy/#respond Fri, 11 Aug 2017 14:14:19 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=60502 ]]>

Brandy Norwood is an icon. An eclectic and formidable career – whether that be on stage, on screen, touring or fixed on the charts – has seen Brandy establish herself as an industry great. As a singer and songwriter, she has received critical acclaim the world over – if 40 million albums sold aren’t testimony of that fact, surely the Grammy Award can be. Signing to Atlantic Records aged just 14, her platinum first self-titled album sent her high up into the game just one year later. The single that catapulted her into the international limelight – I Wanna Be Down – is still a firm fixture on the repertoire of R&B favourites. She’s conquered screens too, starring alongside Whitney Houston in ABC’s rendition of Roger & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, or in Moesha as the lead character, for a whole six seasons.

But that is all a thing of the past. Now, as an artist who stands firmly solo, Brandy is celebrating life and music. Citing theatre as one of the greatest catalysts for her most recent career shifts, Brandy is returning to the Broadway to reprise her role as Roxie Hart in Chicago at the Ambassador Theatre in York City, from the 17th to the 31st of August. We catch up with the multi-faceted talent to discuss new-found freedom, her style, and what purpose means to her now.

Looking back on your incredible career, which moment or experience was the turning point of you coming into your own?

There have been so many pivotal moments throughout my life but I would have to say the most recent has been doing theatre. Theatre birthed humility. The true humility where I can see God is everything and where I am humbled by the greatness that lives in me and in all of us.

When making music, what’s your creative process like and has it changed throughout the years?

My process now and has always been to allow the creative spirit to guide me. I haven’t always listened but nowadays I won’t do anything but listen.

Comparing your self-titled album and now, how would you describe your artistic growth?

Life causes you to grow and the most consistent thing about life is change. So, naturally, as an artist I change through my own circumstances and different battles I have had to fight, just being Brandy. My music is the soundtrack to my life.

Head Piece & ear cuff / Rinaldy A.
Yunardi
Earrings / Armature
Skirt / Mondo Guerra
Opposite
Head Dress / Rinaldy A. Yunardi
Shawl / Norisol Ferrari

Shawl / Norisol Ferrari
Opposite
Ear cuff / House of Emmanuele
Gown & jumper / Jgerard
Scarf / The Kooples

Ear cuff / House of Emmanuele
Gown & jumper / Jgerard
Scarf / The Kooples
Bags / Von drenik
Opposite
Ear cuff / House of Emmanuele
Gown & jumper / Jgerard

With six great albums behind you, what’s your biggest challenge in creating your current album?

No challenges for this next project because I’m not looking backwards. I have new stories to sing about and I’m not afraid of where my voice is trying to take me going forward. I trust it.

What can fans expect from your new album and what’s the inspiration behind its sound?

My fans can expect my best. There is so much up my sleeve. The truth really sets you free and they can expect the honest to God truth in my lyrics and in my choices in sound.

What inspired you to audition for Broadway and then continue in your role in Chicago?

Broadway is something that I always wanted to do. Roxie completely changed my life and I owe it to myself and to her to always be available to be saved and to dream bigger. Every time I experience Roxie I feel like I can do everything.

Dress / Valerj Pobega
Mesh Dress / Murmur

Head Piece & ear cuff / Rinaldy A. Yunardi
Earrings / Armature
Skirt / Mondo Guerra

Head Piece & ear cuff / Rinaldy A. Yunardi
Earrings / Armature
Skirt / Mondo Guerra

Do you identify with your character Roxie Hart?

Roxie is a dreamer just like me. I wouldn’t sell my soul for my dreams the way she did but I would do everything else to make my dreams a reality.

As you’ve evolved and gained confidence and freedom, how has your personal style changed and what’s it like today?

I would call my personal style free, relaxed, colourful, and comfortable. Bohemian Chic. I feel the most beautiful this way.

What advice would you give to someone that’s first stepping into industry and has the same dreams and aspirations you once had?

Be yourself, and if you don’t know who you are… wait!!!

Skirt / Foxbait
Dress / Death by dolls
Ear cuff / Rinaldy A. Yunardi

Skirt / Foxbait
Dress / Death by dolls
Ear cuff / Rinaldy A. Yunardi

Dress / Thomas Wylde

What keeps you balanced and grounded as you move from goal to goal?

God keeps me balanced and grounded. My life is a channel for the expression of the Most High and that in itself is humbling.

Is there anything career-wise that you haven’t done, but would like to explore in the future?

I would like to direct.

See Brandy in Chicago on Broadway, from the 17th to the 31st of August.

Words / Patrick Clark & Autumn Hill

This Schön! online exclusive has been produced by

Editorial

Photography / Ben Duggan   
Fashion / Michael Mann & Tyler Mann of AKI X MANN
Creative Direction / Michael Mann of AKI X MANN
Talent / Brandy
Hair / Dr. Kari Williams
Make Up / Gaby Torell
Special Thanks to The Chateau at Lake La Quinta

Video 

Director & Editor / William Sikora III
Cinematography / Hayssam Bazzi & Michael Sikora 
Creative Director / Michael Mann of AKI X MANN 
Fashion / Michael Mann & Tyler Mann of AKI X MANN
Hair / Dr. Kari Williams
Make Up / Gaby Torell

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i’m standing here http://schonmagazine.com/im-standing-here/ http://schonmagazine.com/im-standing-here/#respond Fri, 11 Aug 2017 13:48:29 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=60232 ]]>

Hoodie / Token

Photographer Jeffery Jones brings us into a forlorn space, wandering between isolation and presence in this Schön! online editorial. Fashion by Sheyna Imm takes model Saadi Schimmel into an introspective process, clad in 3.1 Phillip Lim, Rochambeau and Vans. 

Blouse / Sandy Liang,
Skirt / Opening Ceremony
Opposite
Shirt / Token
Trousers / Rochambeau
Shoes / Vans Skate Highs

Blazer / 3.1 Phillip Lim
Top / Dama
Trousers / 3.1 Phillip Lim
Earrings / L. Jardim Jewelry

Overall / Sandy Liang
Top with Cuffs / Dama
Chain harness / L.Jardim Jewelry

Top / Token
Shorts / Rochambeau
Shoes / Vans Skate Highs
Socks / & Other Stories
Opposite
Suit / Lore of the Sea
Trousers / Token
Shoes / Vans
Socks / & Other Stories

Blazer & trousers / 3.1 Phillip Lim
Top / Dama
Earrings / L. Jardim Jewelry
Opposite
Jacket / Sandy Liang
Top / 3.1 Phillip Lim
Jeans / Rodebjer
Collar / OV US NYC

Coat & skirt / Opening Ceremony
Blouse / Sandy Liang
Shoes / Vans 
Socks / Falke
Opposite
Jacket & trousers / I waited for you…
Top / NEED
Shoes / Vans
Socks / Falke

Trousers / Rodebjer
Shoes / Vans
Opposite
Coat / Opening Ceremony
Shirt / NEED

Blazer & trousers / 3.1 Phillip Lim
Top / Dama
Shoes / Vans skate highs
Earrings / L. Jardim Jewelry
Opposite
Top / Token
Shorts / Rochambeau
Shoes / Vans
Socks / & Other stories

Jacket & trousers / 3.1 Phillip Lim
Bra & Top / Dama
Sunglasses / Crap Eyewear
Shoes / Vans
Opposite
Coat / Opening Ceremony
Shirt / NEED
Trousers / Rodebjer
Shoes / Vans
Earrings / L. Jardim Jewelry

This Schön! online exclusive was produced by 

Photography / Jeffery Jones 
Fashion / Sheyna Imm 
Model / Saadi Schimmel @ Fusion Model Management 
Hair & Make Up / Yukie Nammori 
Production / Jada Gorrell

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Dressing For The Unexpected | #OnlyInDKNY http://schonmagazine.com/dkny-aw17/ http://schonmagazine.com/dkny-aw17/#respond Fri, 11 Aug 2017 06:40:02 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=60548 ]]> The hustle and chaos defining New York City often makes for women with multifaceted personalities. Mastering a hectic everyday life in the Big Apple, the New York woman adopts a cool a carefree attitude towards all the hazards, changes and unexpected surprises the city throws their way. This modern individual serves as the inspiration behind the latest DKNY Autumn ’17 campaign, fronted by model Emily Ratajkowski. Inspired by a life in a restless city, the campaign titled #OnlyInDKNY aims to capture the modernity of a city constantly defined by change, unforeseen opportunities and unplanned turns of events.

Ratajkowski takes us through the streets of New York as she sweeps through different shifting phases of the life of the DKNY woman. Appearing in key items from the New York-based brand, such as the puffer jacket in snow-white with the iconic logo printed on the back, or a classic boyfriend blazer over a cropped top, she encounters street performers and athletes, figures who make up the everyday environment of the city space. Embracing an urban and relaxed style, beyond the imperative of a hectic day – no matter your native city – relaxed is most definitely the mantra at DKNY this season.

Discover the full DKNY #OnlyInDKNY campaign here.

Words / Frederikke Murillo

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folder nº2111176 http://schonmagazine.com/folder-no2111176/ http://schonmagazine.com/folder-no2111176/#respond Wed, 09 Aug 2017 11:09:22 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=60218 ]]>

Briefs / Calvin Klein
Ring / Gucci
Boots / Dr. Martens
Opposite
Shirt / Stylist’s own
Ring / Gucci
Neckless / Topman

Menswear gets a modern reinvention in this exploration of masculinity, captured by photographer Paolo Steve for Schön! online. Model Lee Bridgman defies convention, clad in Topman, Calvin Klein underwear and Dr. Martens. 

Shirt / Topman
Belt / Stylist’s own
Trousers / Levi’s

Jacket / LOOM
Trousers / Levi’s

Jacket / LOOM
Shoes / Dr. Martens

Jacket / LOOM
Shoes / Dr. Martens

Ring / Gucci
Opposite
Jacket / LOOM

This Schön! online exclusive was produced by 

Photography & Fashion / Paolo Steve  
Model / Lee Bridgman @ W Model Management 
Make Up / Paolo Steve using NARS Cosmetics

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inattendu http://schonmagazine.com/inattendu/ http://schonmagazine.com/inattendu/#respond Wed, 09 Aug 2017 09:52:48 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=60198 ]]>

Coat / Off-White
Harness / Jacques
Opposite
T-shirt / Sampaix
Trousers / Off-White

Photographer Alice Kong brings texture and textiles into a harmonious whole in this Schön! online editorial. With fashion & art direction by Jeanne Faucher, model Alice Moreau defines patience, clad in Off-White, Nehera and Sampaix.

Boots / Elenareva
Opposite
Top / Sampaix
Boots / Eelenareva

Coat / Nehera
Scarf / The Hoodlab
Boots / Elenareva

Top / Orseund Iris
Trousers / Sampaix
Opposite
Coat / Off-White
Harness / Jacques
Tights / Falke

Coat / Nehera
Scarf / The Hoodlab
Opposite
Coat / Christopher Wijnants
Scarf / Orseund Iris

Coat / Cristopher Wijnants
Scarf / Orseund Iris
Sneakers / Nike
Opposite
T-shirt / Sampaix
Top / Orseund Iris

This Schön! online exclusive was produced by 

Photography / Alice Kong 
Fashion & Art direction / Jeanne Faucher 
Model / Alice Moreau @ Viva model  
Hair / Barthélémy Joris 
Make Up / Alisonn Fetouaki 
Production / Benjamin Valla 

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