AYSIA for 405 Magazine, March 2017, “Fresh Air”
New face AYSIA giving us spring fever in 405 Magazine‘s Spring Fashion story, cover and 8-page spread. Shot by Charlie Neuenschwander Styling by Jennifer Salyer, Fashion Editor Hair by 822 Broadway Salon Makeup by Krystal Engel for MarloHaus
01 Mar 2017 in Editorials, Work, by
:: CHLOE RICHARDS for NYLON November 2016 ::
Chloe Richards for Nylon, “New Americana,” November 2016 Shot by wiissa Styling by Grabriela Langone Hair by Peter Matteliano Makeup by William Murphy
28 Oct 2016 in Editorials, Mother Agency, Work, by
Latifah Gist in Marie Claire, “Blue Jean Baby,” August 2016!
Marie Claire, August 2016, “Blue Jean Baby.” Model: Latifah Gist Photographer: Jan Welters Fashion Editor: Enrique Campos Hair: Gareth Bromell Makeup: Christian McCulloch Manicure: Martha Fekete
27 Jul 2016 in Editorials, Mother Agency, Work, by
Sheriden LaBrecque • Digitals
HEIGHT: 6′ • 183cm BUST: 36DD • 99cm WAIST: 32″ • 81cm HIP: 44″ • 112cm DRESS: 12US SHOE: 9.5US • 39EU EYES: Blue HAIR: Brown
26 Jul 2016 in Digitals, Mother Agency, by
Michaela McClure for Interior Gilt
BEAUTIFUL NEW WORK from MICHAELA MCCLURE! Interior Gilt, OKC Shot by Shevaun Williams Styling by Jack Odell Makeup by Chelsey Ann Hair by Ali Earnhart
16 Jun 2016 in Development, Work, by
Chloe Richards • Digitals
HEIGHT: 5′ 9″ • 175cm BUST: 31″ • 78cm WAIST: 23″ • 58cm HIP: 34″ • 87cm DRESS: 0US SHOE: 9US • 25cm EYES: Brown HAIR: Black
13 May 2016 in Digitals, by
Latifah Gist for Teen Vogue, May 2016
Fresh editorial: Latifah Gist with APM Models NY for Teen Vogue, May 2016. Shot by Jeff Henrikson Styled by John Colver
19 Apr 2016 in Editorials, Mother Agency, by
Chloe Richards in Elléments Magazine November 2015!
Elléments Magazine URBANE EDGE Photographs: Kenn Perry Art Direction/Styling: Frank Christon Hair: Sarah Woolly Makeup: Toni Marlo Apparel design by: Kickie  
07 Nov 2015 in Editorials, by
About Philip
When people ask what I do, they follow with: Is that something people do? How did you know that’s what you wanted to do? How did you end up here? The following is the short answer: I was born in Oklahoma, specifically, Stillwater. I took interest in clothes watching my grandmothers craft everything from slippers to dresses. My focus shifted from clothes to models, as a result of Tim Walker’s work with supermodel Lily Cole, when I found myself wondering, “Who is that girl? How did she get there?” From there, I researched, I went through magazines to write in names of models that I knew, so I could research the ones I didn’t. I had flashcards with stats, agencies, home countries, etc., for each. After high school, I applied to school in San Francisco to study fashion journalism (and do everything I could to work at an agency). I spent my early years in SF honing my styling skills as a merchandiser. Then, I overheard a classmate say she was finishing up an internship at an agency in SF. I immediately sent my resume knowing they had a position to fill. Simultaneously, I got a lead about an opportunity […]
17 Oct 2015 in Mother Agency, by
What does it take to be a model? A lot of things.
What makes a model? There are a lot of misconceptions about what exactly it takes to be successful in the modeling industry. These are just the big ones: – Good genes: Rule number one: if everyone could be a model, models wouldn’t be models. A large part of an aspiring models career is determined by the way the alleles match up long before they get discovered, or are walking for that matter. Height and the ability to maintain a model figure in a healthy manner are the first requirements. – Determination: Models spend most of their time being rejected for one reason or another. Sometimes the client wants a girl or guy with a different length/color/cut of hair. Sometimes personalities don’t mesh well. Sometimes the client has seen 300 other models and can’t even remember you. A model must be able to hear “no” constantly and be able to move onto the next casting without taking it personally. Which can be really, really hard considering you are being judged for your physical person. – Persistence: See above. – Assertiveness: It often surprises me when I receive random requests on social media, or a stranger begins systematically liking all of my […]
15 May 2015 in Development, Mother Agency, by