12 posts tagged "Willy Vanderperre"
For AnOther Magazine‘s twenty-fifth issue, Jefferson Hack, the founder of Dazed Publishing Group, has tapped renowned Belgian stylist Olivier Rizzo as the guest editor of the British culture and fashion biannual. Centering on the ideas of travel and transformation, Rizzo brought a rich texture, wit, and sense of performance to his three shoots with photographers Willy Vanderperre (whose images are pictured here) and Alasdair McLellan. “Guest-editing the well of AnOther Magazine was fantastic,” Rizzo told Style.com. “Jefferson, [creative director] David James, and I have a long-standing, close relationship in the magazine, where the mutual respect and support leads to total creative freedom.” For the cover, he styled actress Cate Blanchett in the midst of a decadent night garden, channeling the theatricality of new-wave Berlin. Hailing from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Rizzo has some pretty serious styling cred: He’s done Prada’s shows since 2006, as well as the runways of Jil Sander and Louis Vuitton, and the campaigns for Raf Simons and Dior. Furthermore, he’s known for working with photographers such as Paolo Roversi, Steven Meisel, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Craig McDean, and Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for publications such as Vogue Italia, W, i-D, Fantastic Man, Love, and Vogue Hommes International. Take a sneak peek at Rizzo’s AnOther spreads, which debut exclusively on Style.com, and check out the full issue when it hits newsstands on September 12.
Don’t expect a run-of-the-mill fashion film from Raf Simons, especially when he teams up with longtime collaborators, photographer Willy Vanderperre and stylist Olivier Rizzo. The trio turned out a new video befitting Simons’ pensive Fall ’13 menswear offering, the looks in which recalled the designer’s 1999 Kinetic Youth show. “With this collection, Raf went back to his roots and revised it for the now generation,” offered Vanderperre. “Equally, for the stills and the film, we—Raf, Olivier Rizzo, and myself—went back to our roots together, and shot in Stadspark, in Antwerp, our hometown, where some early work that we did together took place.”
The short features a model posing in the wilderness while donning Simons’ Fall wares. Created with a vintage tint, the film’s frames are broken up with bursts of static—a technique that Vanderperre told us taps into the concept of old versus new technology. “Raf always has a sense of nostalgia for the future,” added the photographer. Catch the debut of Raf Simons’ Fall film and corresponding campaign here, exclusively on Style.com.
Theyskens’ Theory’s Spring ads hit the Web today, created by an all-star lineup: photog Willy Vanderperre (Raf Simons’ go-to guy), stylist Olivier Rizzo (who works his magic for Prada and just about everyone else), Theyskens himself (who contributed his own photo of a Belgian seascape), and model of the moment Wylie Hays. And why Wylie? “She is the quintessential Theyskens’ Theory girl,” the designer told us. “I find her an extremely modern beauty and youth.” Expect plenty of other designers to feel the same this Fall ’13 season.
Considering the recent influx of Spring ’13 campaign reveals, it was only a matter of time until Raf Simons’ debut womenswear ads surfaced. And now, here they are, lensed by longtime Simons collaborator Willy Vanderperre: fresh, clean, and minimal, just like Mr. Simons’ floral skirts and slick black suits.