Vault presents a languorous fashion spread by Martin Lidell, shot at New York’s moodily fabulous Lafayette House hotel. Styled by Vittoria Cerciello, the spread featured hair by Yoichi Tomizawa (See Management) and makeup by Ralph Siciliano (d+v management). Ford New York model Rachel provided the sultriness.
TAGS: Ford New York, James Timmins, Lafayette House, Martin Lidell, Ralph Siciliano (d+v management), Vittoria Cerciello, Yoichi Tomizawa (See Management)
Vault magazine presents “The Vow,” a surrealist wedding fashion extravaganza photographed by Christian Anwander. Styled by Danny Santiago, and art directed by James Timmins, the spread features a cavalcade of characters gathered for a very unusual ceremony in the wilds of South Dade. Starring Kelsey Van Mook from Next Models and Branden Hailey from Front Management, […]
TAGS: Adonis Romero, Amanda Del Duca, Amaris Jones, Barton G., Barton Weiss, Branden Hailey, Christian Anwander, Danny Santiago, Evelyne Rachel, Image Model and Talent, James Timmins, Kelsey Van Mook, Next Models, Rachael Russell
This month, out of a field of more than 800 magazines premiering this year, Vault was celebrated as one of the 16 Hottest Launches by Min Online, “Another upscale magazine—a common theme of the hot magazines coming to the marketplace—came out of the vault. A chic devotional to art, etiquette and the world of being social, Vault is […]
TAGS: Adam Moss, Barton G. Weiss, Carine Roitfeld, Christian Anwander, Dr. Samir Husni, Eric Newill, Folio, Folio magazine, George Wayne, Glenn Albin, Hottest Magazine Launch 2012, Humby Guida, James Timmins, Jason Binn, Jenny Starr Perez, Jill Viner, Michelle Harper, MinOnline, Mr. Magazine, Olympia Le-Tan, Philip Michael Wolfson, Renata Lopes Merriam, Rockstar Charlie, Roxanne Lowit, Stephen Gan, Tama Janowitz, Tara Solomon, Tyler Shields, Vault magazine
In 1984, Liz Rosenberg warned me: “Madonna‘s not very good in interviews.” This would be her first magazine profile in the U.S. (for Interview). That same month, a piece in The Face shredded her. That wasn’t why I was there. I had been following her since “Everybody,” and began obsessing when a Downtown friend […]
TAGS: Glenn Albin, Interview magazine, Jellybean Benitez, Lady Gaga, Liz Rosenberg, Madonna, Martin Burgoyne
Enjoy this colorful fantasia created by Nick Mendez, based on a shoot the brilliant photographer Roxanne Lowit did for Vault magazine at The Villa by Barton G. in South Beach in December 2011. The star is the legendary New York/Palm Beach social deity Anne Slater.
TAGS: Anne Slater, Nick Mendez, Roxanne Lowit, The Villa by Barton G., Vault magazine
Andy Warhol once said, “I like to be the right thing in the wrong place and the wrong thing in the right place. Being the right thing in the wrong place and the wrong thing in the right place is worth it because something interesting always happens.” Andy, the social butterfly, was definitely onto something. He […]
TAGS: Maurice Vellekoop, Simon Doonan, Vault magazine
On any given weekday, half the patrons are billionaires. This is the rarefied arena over which Julian Niccolini—the favorite host of America’s plutocracy—presides. As co-owner and master of ceremonies of New York’s venerable Four Seasons restaurant, Niccolini acts as the rollicking, sometimes whimsical choreographer of this luncheon-as-theater, with many of the world’s most powerful people […]
TAGS: Barton G. Weiss, Christian Anwander, Julian Niccolini, Spencer Tunick, The Four Seasons restaurant, Vault magazine
Vault is proud to present this extraordinary short film by Jenna Elizabeth that takes the viewer on a surreal trip through the magazine. The art direction is by James Timmins, who created Vault‘s brilliant look.
TAGS: James Timmins, Jenna Elizabeth, Vault magazine