Who's a popular girl then? One of frockwriter’s favourite models, Sydneysider Rachel Rutt, finally looks to be getting some recognition. In May, we mentioned that Rutt had just scored her second international magazine cover – Dazed & Confused Japan, following one of 12 multicovers of the French Revue de modes in October 2009 – but had yet to make page one of any local titles. Well she more than makes up for it this month by scoring the covers of the summer editions of Australia’s Yen (below) and New Zealand’s No magazine (above), which launched today in NZ. Update 2/12: Although she is not on the actual cover of the December edition of The Australian's luxury magazine Wish, which is out tomorrow, Rutt nevertheless features in its Christmas fashion cover story. Here is a behind-the-scenes video:
|mick bruzzese/yen magazine|
Shot by Ben Sullivan, with styling by Zara Mirkin and art direction by Delaney Tabron, Rutt’s No cover is part of an eight-page editorial spread (below) on Sydney label Romance Was Born.
Elsewhere in No's summer issue - which is themed around the concept of “Anywhere” - are interviews with actors Stephen Dorff, the lead in Sofia Coppola's new film Somewhere and American Beauty's Wes Bentley and singer and London It girl, Coco Sumner from I Blame Coco (the daughter, incidentally, of Sting and Trudie Styler).
all no images: supplied to frockwriter by no magazine. tks to isaac for the tip