Schön!19 – Isabeli Fontana #EPIC
Schön! Studios is Proud to Present…
Welcome to Schön!’s 19th issue, which celebrates the magic of cinema in all its diverse forms. Isabeli Fontana smoulders as a femme fatale in our cover story, while top models Ashley Smith, Codie Young, Eugen Bauder and River Viiperi all have starring roles. Mischa Barton tells us why she loves horror movies, Carmen Electra celebrates the iconic actresses of the 1960s and we catch up with iconic Spanish screen siren Rossy de Palma. Behind the scenes, we speak to the industry’s top talent, from BAFTA winning costume designers to hotshot young directors. So, turn off your telephone, tuck into your popcorn and join us for a cinematic feast.
Special thanks to Andre Birleanu and the team of Supreme Rocket Productions
We invite you to go behind the scenes with Fashion One Television Ltd. and see how our gorgeous cover editorial ‘Soviet’ featuring model Kat Cordts came together.
Coordinator Alexander Esguerra along with cameraman and director James Wilson give us an inside scoop on everything from the pristinely executed styling by Schön!’s own Kay Korsh to the phenomenal production of ‘Soviet’ shot by photographer Pierre Dal Corso.
Watch as Cordts channels a strong fearless female for photographer Pierre Dal Corso providing a breathtaking fashion narrative for issue 16 of Schön! Magazine.
Coordinator/ Alexander Esguerra
Creative Producer – Operations Manager (United Kingdom)
Fashion One Television Ltd.
Cameraman/Director/ James Wilson
Model/ Kat Cordts @MD management
Photographer/ Pierre Dal Corso
Fashion Editor/ Kay Korsh
Hair Stylist/ Graig Marsden @Carol Hayes Management using Bumble and Bumble
Make Up Artist/ Lynsey Alexander using MAC
Manicurist/ Joanna Webb @Frank Agency using Ciate
Set Designer/ Eoin Dillon
Production Manager/ Marianna Frannais
Photographer Assistant/ Lindsay Watson
Fashion Assistants/ Oliver Garcia, Susanne Kuuskman
Special thanks to Curtain Road Studios and the Museum of Mariinskaya High School, Odessa, Ukraine and Tamara Duz.
He is displaced, his determination is diminishing and he must call on his inner strength. He is dignity embodied, he is the lost warrior. Model and actor Vladimir McCrary stars in this powerful portrayal; beautifully shot by photographer Diego Indraccolo and expertly styled by Kay Korsch, you cannot fail to be drawn in by the exquisite majesty of each image.
Bathed in a cold, gold light, armour and intricate headpieces from Pebble London and Manuel Albarran juxtapose flowing fabrics and soft tailoring of Giorgio Armani and John Varvatos garments in an intoxicating blend of Arabic influences with a twist of European sharpness.
Get ready to stand at attention for model Kat Cordts in ‘Soviet’ shot by photographer Pierre Dal Corso. There is no vulnerability to be seen here, with sharp angles and patterns from the vibrant clothing to the monochromatic setting, it’s all about the prowess of a woman.
Everything from the flowing red and white-stripped Amanda Wakeley dress to the ultra feminine Valentino dresses chosen by our very own Fashion Editor Kay Korsh draws you into this seductive story.