When she was little, Coline Peyrot was a true tomboy at heart. Now a freelance stylist with several years experience to her credit and two years at Vogue Spain, she still enjoys dressing adults as youngsters. For this issue of MilK she met up with eight boys of the new generation. Looks and personalities are found on p. 140.
Daphné Hezard was born in Monaco to a father who loved the sea and a mother from the mountains. As a journalist, she’s worked for different magazines and is now fashion head and French correspondent for Monocle. For MilK, she flew to Formentera to try the Etosoto experience, a new genre of family holiday destinations. Check out what happened on p. 186. Raphaelle Elkrief, graduated from Sciences-Po Aix and Celsa Paris school of journalism, began writing for Grazia, and then moved onto Glamour, M, Le magazine du Monde and Stylist, with whom she’s collaborated since 2015 as a society and travel writer. Mother of a 9-month-old son, for MilK she looked into how the Body Positive movement can be good for kids. Read her article on p. 92.
Maxim Monti became a fashion photographer because somebody else dropped out just before a photo shoot and obliged him to step behind the lens. He now works as a film director, photographer, creative director, fashion designer and graphic artist. For MilK, he turned his gaze to a young generation of boys, p. 140.
Virginie Benarroch owes her love of fashion to her mother, a former stylist turned full-time mum. Now a photographic stylist herself and mother of two daughters, aged 15 months and 5, she worked for several magazines before joining Elle. Virginie has always wanted to tell stories in pictures, which she’s done on p. 96 and the cover, with Morgane and Joe. Emma Swinscoe is a journalist. Correspondent for seven years in the US for Elle and Télérama, she now lives in Engl and. A true globetrotter, she’s launched a collection of travel guides for children entitled The New Voyager. She recently fell in love with Lisbon, where she met the founder of Minois Paris for us, and wrote about slow living in the Portuguese capital. See p. 158.