Nadja you are the epitome of elegance in these pictures for Used magazine. Photographed by Jeff Hahn and styled by Simone Konu, Nadja is graceful, feminine and naturally beautiful in these shots, like butter wouldn't melt...
Friday, 17 May 2013
Thursday, 16 May 2013
So Alfie Snow has bagged himself the cover of the first ever issue of Stylenoir magazine!
Here's what the lovely guys at Stylenoir had to say about him:"Signed to the Elite London agency Alfie Snow is quickly becoming a male model to be reckoned with. He is our first male featured model, and for good reason. Whilst a very fresh face to the modelling scene, only a year into his career, Alfie signed straight to Elite without first finding a smaller agency, making him part of the direct Elite family.
Posted by Elite London at 16:06
Summer has officially arrived and to prove it here is the beautiful Dauphine Mckee on roller skates for Vogue Italia.
Shot by KT Auleta on the boardwalk by the beach and styled by Giulio Martinelli, Dauphine rocks bright colours, hotpants, fringed bags and sunglasses. Can dropping everything and hitting the beach be anymore tempting right now?
Posted by Elite London at 10:42
Wednesday, 15 May 2013
There's no stopping last years Elite Model Look finalist Becca Horn, not only has she walked for Ashish SS/13 she's also graced the pages of Harper's Bazaar, I-D Online, Topshop,1883 Magazine and many more, and there are no signs of stopping for Becca. Her latest editorial is for Red Milk Magazine. Shot by Emmanuele Delrio and styled by Elisabetta Dal Bello, Becca looks incredible modeling pieces by the likes of Belstaff, Cheap Monday, Kenzo, Lanvin, Paul Smith, Superga, Ray Ban.... Phew, chill out Becca, we can't keep up.
Posted by Elite London at 14:33
Tuesday, 14 May 2013
Our gorgeous Hannah Noble is featured on Women's Wear Daily right now, in the latest "Model Call" interview by Lauren McCarthy.
Here's a snippet of the interview below, read more on Women's Wear Daily
WWD: Tell us about your breakthrough moment as a Prada exclusive.
Hannah Noble: It was definitely…I can’t find words to describe. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. I felt sort of out of place at the time, surrounded by all these models. The moment that I saw Freja [Beha Erichsen] was when it kicked in that I was really there. I think the whole experience was just overwhelming.
WWD: Do you still find modeling overwhelming?
H.N.: I think that was just a gradual process, but still now I get these moments.
WWD: What is the most challenging part of your job?
H.N.: Shoots where I have to smile. Not that I don’t like smiling, but I think it’s really hard to smile when you don’t mean it. It’s the acting side of modeling. One of the bookers from my mother agency said to imagine the photographer on the toilet.
WWD: What has been your favorite editorial shoot to date?
H.N.: I think one of my favorites was Love magazine. It was a sailing story I did with Boo George last year. We were out on location in Kent. It was just a really fun day because we had a little pier to ourselves and an old boathouse, and we were on a little ship. The whole experience was great fun.
WWD: What do you do to keep yourself motivated on set?
H.N.: I suppose just look forward to that moment when everyone goes, “It’s a wrap!” It’s funny how happy everyone’s faces become when the shoot’s over.
WWD: Where are some of the coolest places that you’ve traveled since becoming a model?
H.N.: I love Japan. I think it’s been the experience that’s changed me as a person the most out of everywhere that I’ve traveled. I think it just gave me a big life-check. I was so free that I had to control myself in a way that’s helped me to sort of ground myself. And the best concert I’ve been to was in Japan, for a band called It’s A Musical. It was such an intimate concert, yet the music was so good.
WWD: Are you a big music fan?
H.N.: Yeah. Massive Attack is one of my favorite artists. This isn’t exactly my genre of music, but I went to see Andy C, who is a drum-and-bass DJ, a couple of weeks ago in Levington, which is near my hometown. It was like a rave party. There was definitely some crazy dancing going on. Yeah, that was a new experience.
Posted by Elite London at 16:32
Welcome to Elite Baptiste Radufe!
Ranked number 5 in the top 50 male models, this boy is unstoppable. At 6'1'' this French beauty was discovered at a train terminal back in his home town of Rennes.
And just wait till you here about the work this guys done...
Baptiste has walked for a huge amount of shows including, Perry Ellis, Michel Kors, Belstaff, Tommy Hilfiger, Lacoste, DKNY, Paul Smith, Dior Homme, Diesel, Gucci, Prada, Burberry, Bottega Veneta, Jill Sander, Jonathan Saunders, Kenzo, Roberto Cavali, Moschino, Valentino, Lanvin, Acne, Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabanna, YSL...the list goes on. He's also featured in the likes of I-D, Numero Homme, 10 Men Magazine, Interview, GQ Italia and V Man.
But wait, we haven't even spoken about his campaigns yet!
With campaigns for Gucci Resort, Berdorf Goodman, Yves Saint Laurent and Bottega Veneta under his belt he has also just bagged a Paul Smith fragrance campaign out soon too!
Oh and girls, his favourite band is The Beatles and his idea of fun is partying with friends.
Baptiste you are perfection!
Now for the pictures....
Posted by Elite London at 12:04