It’s a Love Affair

Creative Concept Mads Lehn Kruse | MK Agency
Trends & Products Louise Sonne Thaning
Photographer Mikkel Russel | Tomorrow Management
Hair & Make-up Artist Sidsel Marie Bøg | Tomorrow Management
Model Josephine G | Scoop Models
Photographer’s Assistant Yuta Sawamura | Tomorrow Management
Hair & Make-up Assistant Line Foged

Photographer Mikkel RusselFalling in Love with Azure

Spring 2015 was a celebration of the 1970s and the groovy spirit of the era with denim and bohemian floral prints. Play on this inspiration with make-up to match the mood. One standout trend is pastel eyelids, especially in shades of blue, for the perfect pop. Mesmerize with your eyes like at Elie Saab where makeup master Tom Pecheux mixed rich shades of azure for the dazzling look. Or for less is more, check out the leather stick-on liners as seen on the catwalk at Fendi. Try a light wash of baby blue on the top lids, or run a navy eye pencil along the inner rim of the eyes for
 a fresh modern gaze. Finish it off with black mascara and a fresh face to perfectly complement those baby blues.

Photographer Mikkel RusselSeduced by Terre d’Hermès

Masculine and earthy in its nature, this bold and distinctive scent rejuvenates the skin and embodies the air of a true gentleman. Discover the fragrance’s notes as they unfold – at first opening with a punch of clear citrus and orange peel, which is layered with scents of gunflint and pepper. The scent finds balance as it rounds off with notes of the East Asian resin, benzoin, and subsides comfortably into finally releasing its base of cedar wood and hints of the Indian grass root, vetiver. The experience translates into a classic scent that articulates a handsome sophistication. Go for the featured travel size pack that’s perfect for any trip away. It’s sure to refresh the chiseled traveler no matter how jet-lagged you may feel.

Photographer Mikkel RusselA Talent to Watch

The journey is still young for Mark Kenly Domino Tan as a brand, but the man behind the high-end women’s wear designs has already enjoyed quite an impressive career. By the age of 12, Mark Tan had designed a dress for former princess Alexandra of Denmark. In the years following, Tan’s career continued to flourish, working for the best at prestigious brands like Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen and Sonia Rykiel, and with various recognition to accompany his own achievements before devoting himself solely to his own brand. It seems as if Mark Tan is on the cusp of stardom as we brace for a new major player in the international market. Keep an eye out for Tan’s impeccable tailoring that exemplifies chic practicality with enough flair to make you beg, borrow, or steal a piece from his latest collection! (…)

Read more in Tomorrow’s Journal | Issue 10

 

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