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dre ssed up as Min l gir nie le wa s litt al s re hi T ad y in th e bi g lea gu e! Annah’s in­ter­est in art, film and mu­sic was nur­tured in her child­hood in Barcelona. She later stud­ied cos­tume de­sign and dis­cov­ered the magic world of chil­dren’s fashion: “Work­ing with chil­dren en­ables one to ex­plore all as­pects of one’s cre­ativ­ity and feel­ings, to es­cape from re­al­ity.” In our spe­cial fashion fea­ture, Sis­ter Act, Annah fo­cuses on this au­tumn’s pick of coats, p. 176.


After a spell in tele­vi­sion, Amandine moved on to the printed press. Her sec­tor? So­cial trends, phe­nom­ena and faces that mark our era. After five years of writ­ing reg­u­lar ar­ti­cles for MilK mag­a­zine, she has hap­pily slipped into the shoes of our ed­i­tor for a few months, leav­ing Hélène La­halle time to en­joy the ar­rival of a new mem­ber of the fam­ily.


Hervé Goluza is a self-taught man: be­fore he be­came a photographer, he tried his hand at sev­eral cre­ative trades, but re­mained dis­sat­is­fied. Only when he be­gan mix­ing with tal­ented pho­tog­ra­phers did he even­tu­ally find his vo­ca­tion. Since then, this man be­hind the cam­era has worked for some of the top mag­a­zines. For this is­sue, he took the por­traits of the in­spi­ra­tional par­ents on p. 114.


Hav­ing trained as a photographer and worked in tele­vi­sion for six years, Car­men made a U-turn and went into fashion pho­tog­ra­phy. In this world that suits her down to the ground, she tells sto­ries and cre­ates char­ac­ters based on child­hood mem­o­ries. For us, she pointed her lens at out­fits that’ll be a hit in the class­room at the start of the new school year, p. 176.


As a child, Louise loved in­vent­ing recipes and pre­par­ing meals, but soon gave up the idea of a ca­reer in ho­tel cater­ing to study ap­plied arts in Stras­bourg. After five years on MilK’s edi­to­rial team, Louise now works free­lance in pub­lish­ing and home dec­o­ra­tion. In this is­sue, she pho­tographed the home full of books of an ex­pert in pub­lic speak­ing. Read all about it on p. 194.


ëlle ,hav­ing styleis Ga chi ld r ’s Fo pl ay . When she was lit­tle, Gaëlle liked to dress up her younger brother and make him pa­rade in front of their par­ents. A mod­el­ling ex­pe­ri­ence that sowed the seeds of a pas­sion in­her­ited from her seam­stress grand­mother. Hav­ing grad­u­ated from ESMOD Paris and with a va­ri­ety of work ex­pe­ri­ence un­der her belt, Gaëlle later turned her pre­ferred game into a pro­fes­sion, as can be seen in Down in the Coun­try, p. 184.

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