Shot by Greg Kadel and uniquely styled by Patti Wilson for Numero, these photographs have that perfect amount of crazy to inspire further creativity and experimentation within fashion.
Yum, yum yum and yum… Perhaps not the most eloquent of descriptions but these were the words uttered from my mouth upon seeing this Numéro November 2011 shoot by Ben Hassett.
Alongside male model Andrej Pejic, Hello Kitty appears on the cover of the July issue of Japanese Numero Homme.
The latest issue of Numero Magazine is all about fetish, and here photographer Tom Munro captures Aymeline Valade as she embodies the bondage fetish in these dark and sexy portraits.
The new issue highlights luxury watches with beauty stories. Photographed by Charles Guo the pieces projected on the model are Rolex, Chanel, Hermes, Hublot, Dior, and Louis Vuitton.
Dynamic shoot of Jessica Miller by Sean and Seng. Shot for Numéro #124, this editorial is strong and expressive, with Jessica’s amazing toned physique working fantastically with the fashion choices.
For the 124th issue of Numéro Greg Kadel grabs his camera and shoots Daphne Groenveld in lots of different styles.
Photographed by Ben Hassett, styled by Capucine Safyurtlu for Numéro. That’s the combo.
Abbey Lee Kershaw collaborates with Tom Munro, styled by Charles Varenne for the new issue of Numéro #123.
Without a doubt Numéro is pushing ahead other magazines in the industry, we really really want to see more editorials like these, especially collaborating with upcoming models.
This cover shows more support to Japan compared to Vogue Japan. The tag line, ‘We LOVE Japan’ doesn’t really apply to the image itself but we’re getting the point. And besides that, Aline is a total stunner.
Photographed as a naughty school girl, Miranda Kerr poses to Greg Kadel’s camera for Numéro #114 issue.