In the blossoming botanical garden in Los Angeles, Hollywood actress Dakota Fanning presented her favorite items from the Spring/Summer collection 2017 from JIMMY CHOO. After 17 years in the film industry, Dakota is used to walking the red carpet. She knows exactly which accessories and shoes she likes. She was photographed by Lauren DUKOFF c/o GIANT ARTISTS.
“There are so many things I would still like to do,” she laughs during the Jimmy Choo photo shoot. “I will soon film my first TV series, and I am so excited. I watch TV often and was very inspired by the topic of the series. It is such a great chance for me to develop a character role over a long period of time. Theater is also something I have never done, but absolutely have to do. I am aware that theater would be a particular challenge for me.”
The complete interview and more impressions from the shoot are available from JIMMY CHOO, and more from Lauren DUKOFF is available on GoSee and via GIANT ARTISTS.
LAUREN DUKOFF had actress CHRISSY METZ in front of the camera for HARPER’S BAZAAR CHRISSY METZ. We have the photos from the fashion shoot here on GoSee, and a get a peek behind the scenes at Harper's Bazaar: “I used to be Kate,” admits Chrissy Metz, referring to her wounded but determined character on the break-out NBC family drama, This Is Us. There's a hint of relief in her voice when she adds, “but now, I'm so far removed from that.” Sitting in a make-up chair at her BAZAAR.com photo shoot, Metz is early-morning vamping for her pin-up-inspired portraits. Every time the hairstylist brings over a hairpiece – a set of Betty Page bangs, a swirl of jet-black pin curls – Metz's cat-green eyes fire up; the middle child who loved to entertain her hard-working mom comes out to play. She giggles, pouting her lips duck-style for full goofball glamour. “God, I would've died for these bangs in high school,” she says of a razor-straight fringe pinned to her natural hair. “The Florida humidity just ruined me.”
Todd Cole c/o GIANT ARTISTS had actress Kiernan Shipka, known for playing the role of Sally Beth Draper in the drama series Mad Men, in front of the camera for InStyle.
Todd COLE shot whizkid inventor Easton LaChappelle for the limited edition book The Innovators by online retailer Farfetch. The publication features people making waves in their fields to create genuinely unique and forward-thinking products, initiatives and experiences. More info on Todd is available via GIANT ARTISTS.
Joao Canziani’s short documentary 'Pehelwani' on mud wrestling in India celebrates its premier at the American Documentary Film Festival. Plus, he captured his colorful impressions from a road trip to India's Rajasthan for Afar magazine, which we gladly present you on GoSee.
Baddie Winkle is perhaps the world's wildest Granny and Instagram star and never misses a party. Tom Van Schelven photographed her for STYLIST MAGAZINE.
Tom Van Schelven presents a soccer player spread, which he photographed in Cape Town plus a peek at his SPORTS PORTFOLIO – more is available via GIANT ARTISTS.
RJ SHAUGHNESSY c/o GIANT ARTISTS photographed SASHA LANE for VANS X URBAN OUTFITTERS: “Sasha Lane’s debut in American Honey was one of the most compelling and powerful performances of last year – and the actress, discovered on Panama Beach as a 19-year-old college student – has become one of the most inspiring new voices in film. On set with Sasha for our collaborative shoot with VANS, we sat down with her to find out more about her strength, style, and what life has been like since finding fame...”
Michael Schmelling c/o GIANT ARTISTS portrayed rapper 6LACK, pronounced ‘BLACK’, for GQ and photographed artist Rotraut in her Studio for Zeit Magazine.
Emily Shur photographed Nathan Chen on ice – the portrait on the sport star can be read in TIME MAGAZINE.
Jake Stangel c/o GIANT ARTISTS continued his longtime collaboration with world-class cycling lifestyle brand Rapha for their Winter/Spring city shoot in Amsterdam.
“Collin Erie started an ongoing series documenting cannabis’s impact on citizens during our recent institutional shift in hopes that his work helps erase the stigma associated with the plant” - teaser photo here on GoSee, and more via GIANT ARTISTS.