WERE EXPERIMENTAL, OPTIMISTIC AND GLOBAL.
SUPERMODELS AND ICONIC MOMENTS
1. “For our October 2001 cover with Daria, we rented an old car and took it to a parking lot on Jarvis and Front streets,” says former fashion director Susie Sheffman. “After that shoot, I knew she was going to be somebody.” 2. “This shot was taken on September 11,” recalls photographer Chris Nicholls. “We stopped after this one due to the incoming news from NYC. At the time, we didn’t know the huge loss of firemen’s lives, but Yasmin’s son’s hat ended up being disturbingly poignant.” 3. “The shot of Marie Eve [Nadeau] climbing the ladder is a beautiful, serene moment, but it was bedlam on the set,” says Sheffman. “My assistant and Gabor’s assistant were throwing up over the side of the boat.” Jurina remembers they didn’t have the budget to rent a boat. “We made friends with some Austrians who had sailed from Spain to the Bahamas,” he says. “They let us use their boat, and we were able to get this shot just as the sun went down.”
Photography, Alvaro Goveia; styling, Susie Sheffman; hair and makeup, Jenni Clark (October 2001)
Photography, Jason Wills; fashion direction, Susie Sheffman; styling, Tammy Eckenswiller; hair and makeup, Hung Vanngo; model, Heather Marks (May 2005)
Photography, Gabor Jurina; styling, Susie Sheffman; hair and makeup, Greg Wencel; model, Marie Eve Nadeau. Shot on location in the Bahamas (Summer 2008) Photography, Chris Nicholls; styling, Susie Sheffman; hair, Chazz; makeup, Diana Carreiro; models, Yasmin Warsame and her son, Hamza (November 2001)
Photography, Gabor Jurina; styling, Susie Sheffman; hair and makeup, Hung Vanngo (June 2006)