ANNAH SEGARRA STYLIST
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.
AMANDINE GROSSE JOURNALIST
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.
HERVE GOLUZA PHOTOGRAPHER
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.
CARMEN ORDONEZ PHOTOGRAPHER
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.
LOUISE DESROSIERS PHOTOGRAPHER
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.
GAËLLE BON STYLIST
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.