In the competition for best dressed at the 2012 London Olympics, the Jamaican team was the clear winner. Harris Elliott styled the athletes in uniforms designed by Cedella Marley, daughter of the late Bob, in collaboration with Puma and Droga5. The brightly colored clothes honor the designs and colors (green, black, and gold) of the Jamaican flag. The uniforms especially stood out on Usain Bolt, who confirmed his legacy as the fastest man alive at this year’s games.
See more of Harris Elliott’s styling portfolio here.
Tom Corbett captures this season’s ultra-feminine silhouette for the cover and a ten-page spread for Elite Traveler Magazine. The private jet lifestyle magazine covers travel, fashion, jewelry, jets, yachts, and more. The fashion feature, titled “Double Vision,” features two models in fall and pre-fall designs from luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, and Christian Louboutin. B&A’s Liam Dunn did the makeup, Tara Marino styled the props, and Julie Kandalec did the manicures.
Jamie Chung photographs the campaign for Chase’s new QuickPay program. The person-to-person transfer allows for quick and easy payments with email or a mobile number. The campaign advertises some of the common uses for QuickPay. For example, when a baseball breaks a neighbor’s window or when settling a dinner bill, Chase customers can transfer the money immediately, without the hassle of checks or cash. The campaign was shot in studio in New York City. Chung photographed each scene, from the broken window to the messy toddler, and then the phone was added in post-production. B&A’s Stefanie Syat did the hair and makeup as well. The campaign can be seen now in print, online, and on taxis.
Tom Corbett captures the fall 2011 campaign for Mavi Jeans. The denim maker is the first Turkish fashion brand to go global. The fall campaign features young cool New Yorkers wearing Mavi Jeans around their homes and the city.
For New York Fashion Week director Michael Palmieri filmed model-turned-street style photographer Hanneli Mustaparta in the days leading up to the Tory Burch Fall 2011 presentation. Produced by Burch, the video offers a glimpse into the chaos of Fashion Week. Hair and makeup artist Liam Dunn worked with Hanneli to create a fresh and easy look.
The O’Hare International Airport in Chicago is one of the busiest airports in the world, serving tens of thousands of passengers a day with flights to over 60 international destinations. Nearly half of the traffic in O’Hare International is operated by United Airlines, whose hub is stationed at O’Hare. For the fall fashion issue of Chicago magazine, photographer Brian Doben and Fashion Director Stacey Jones took advantage of O’Hare’s expansive architectural features to shoot the video and fashion story “Arrivals and Departures,” spending a full 12 hour day exploring the United Airlines terminal.
The story came to Jones as she was attending fashion shows in New York and Paris. Says Jones, “The concept was that the model embodied different characters – one being the harder, minimalistic bad girl and the opposite, more feminine, retro softer version. I wanted to shoot at O’Hare because of its clean lines, open spaces and tons of light and glass that would become an integral part of the story.”