At Leiden we are privileged to share the work of so many talented creatives. We couldn’t include them all (there were so many!) but this is a fair chunk of the amazing editorials we have published in 2017. Here’s to more creative work in 2018! Explore all our Editorials
Credits Photography: Jenny Wu / www.jennywuphotography.com / Facebook / Instagram Model: Gem Chua at Devojka Models / www.devojka.com.au
Credits Concept, Creative Direction: Tina Nikolovski / www.tinanikolovski.com / Facebook / @tinanikolovski Photographer: Tina Nikolovski HMUA: Dove / www.dovemua.com.au / Facebook / @dovemua Stylist: Maeva Navas / @maeva.navas Model: Ruby Jones at Devojka Models / www.devojka.com.au
Credits Photographer: CalebWilliams / www.calebwilliams.com.au / Facebook / @caleb3200 Model: Archana Milani-Roha MUA: Felicity McLachlan / www.felicitymclachlan.com.au / Facebook/ @felicitymclachlan_mua
Credits Stylist + Photographer: Deejay Jukic / IG: @wearefoundau / Facebook Stylising assistant: Sarafina Manyang / IG: @creationsofsarafina Hair: Antons Hair Studio / IG: @antonshairstudio / Facebook Models (in order of appearance): Jordan De Alivia / IG: @___jda___ Tanisha Chianai-Hill / IG @chiap0d MUA to Jordan: Steph Quarmby / IG: @stephquarmby.makeup / Facebook MUA to Tanisha: Alysha Wigram / IG: @Alyshasmakeup Clothing: Inspired by vintage 70s from Zara, and stylist’s and models’ own pieces.
Skin. The largest organ on the human body. Now, I am sure there are some male porn stars who would challenge me on this, but this article is about skin care so let’s keep it classy; at least until I write an article about the other. Back to skin. We slather it with all sorts of stuff to keep it supple and looking good, but do we know what the stuff in our skin care products actually does to benefit our skin? As a long standing beauty bitch, I have used a great deal of product over the… Continue Reading
Credits Photography: Nara O’Neil / Website / Facebook / Instagram Model: Xenya Jacobs / Facebook MUA: Mia Ly / Facebook
Note from the Author: When researching and writing this article I have found myself on a journey clouded by passionate opinions, varied perceptions and anonymous disclosures. I have questioned the ethics of speaking up versus staying quiet and what the role of a publication such as this is and should be within the Canberra fashion community. In publishing this story Leiden hopes to spark a conversation about fashion, design and creativity and what we all, from the people who sew each garment through to those sitting in the stands admiring them, want that to be celebrated in our home… Continue Reading