Archive for Fashion Editorials

OWN Magazine No. 10 Issue On Sale Now!

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 19, 2011 by James Field

It’s here and oh how we are excited!  Our latest issue has arrived and is on sale now! This is our 10th series and a true milestone for us. We dedicated the theme to America with subtle hints of the star spangled banner dashed throughout. We hope you enjoy! Go get your OWN!

Available at Book Stores & News Stands.
Also @ Ebay store.
Please search ” OWN MAGAZINE no.10″.


■Exclusive Feature Legendary Photographers

OWN x Elliott Erwitt
OWN x George Tice


Clement Chaberneau
Aiden Andrews
Kelli Lumi

■Contributors “Photographer”

Tetsuharu Kubota
Thomas Lohr
Ryan Michael Kelly
David Needleman
Mirei Kato
Anthony Rhoades
Toshiya Suda
Chris Glancy
Maki Suzuki

■Contributors ” Stylist ”

Nicolas Klam
Sam Ranger
Shala Rothenberg

For all inquires please feel free to contact me at

Hey did we mention FREE SHIPPING!? Get yours now!


Formal Education

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on November 23, 2010 by James Field

“Formal Education” shot by  Blair Getz Mezibov and styled by Christopher Campbell for the December 2010 edition of Robb Report.


The Ache

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , on November 10, 2010 by James Field

This is a really great editorial that I found for the latest issue of The Room Magazine. Photographed by Mattias Rudh, it captures the pain of being alone with a lonely heart. The concept was quite beautifully captured in the photos below.


I’ve Got The POWER!

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , , , , on September 25, 2010 by James Field

Can you feel it?

David Agbodji by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Numero Homme fall edition.


Everything That Glitters x Curtis Bryant

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , , , , on August 11, 2010 by James Field

So my good friend Brittany Grass asked me a while back if we could do a photo shoot  for her promo of her upcoming album, we both agreed we wanted the look of the shoot to be a throw back to the golden era of Hollywood and the 1940’s. About a month ago I began to conceptualized hair and makeup and pull dresses and accessories for the shoot which we decided would be held in Central Park. So last saturday was the big day and Brittany, photographer Curtis Bryant and myself stepped back in time to a world of silver screens and starlets, and this was the end result….ENJOY!

The premise of the shoot was to capture the essence of Brittany and her music, and the sheer elegance that she exudes made it easy for her to look natural while we shot. The overall shoot was a total success and we couldn’t have picked a more beautiful day in Central Park.

Model: Brittany Grass

Stylist: James Field

Photographer: Curtis Bryant

Wardrobe: Archive pieces from the showroom of New York designer Kati Stern for the couture label Venexiana.

Check out more of singer/songwriter Brittany at Brittany for booking information and music samples.

Of course also visit for more of Curtis Bryant and his amazing work.

 Thanks so much to Curtis, Brittany, Denise and Reco for all your help!