Sensual underwear fashion story that appeared in both i-on Edinburgh and i-on Glasgow magazines. Photographer: Craig Fordham; stylist: Louise Sykes; hair and make-up: Lizzie Court; model: Zuzana @ Models 1. Shot at Location 78, London.
The October issue of i-on Edinburgh is now online. Another busy issue with a six page autumn fashion trend feature for men and women, a word from Scottish band of the moment Chvrches, a dinner review at Divino Enoteca, plus our usual focus on the city, news on food, property, interiors, fashion, health and beauty.
The September issue of i-on Edinburgh and the September/October issue of i-on Glasgow are both available to view online or pick up from our stockists. Edinburgh is a beauty and health special with an insider’s guide to treatments and cosmetics by industry experts which includes tips from Bobbi Brown and Cher Webb from M.A.C. There’s also a feature on some of the top hotel spas in Scotland. Glasgow looks at the biggest foodie fad of the year – street food. Plus there’s an exclusive behind the scenes feature on the team and dancers of Scottish Ballet. Both magazines are packed with our usual news and views so enjoy reading.
This is the full version of the brilliant fashion shoot appearing in the latest i-on Edinburgh and i-on Glasgow issues. The retro theme runs throughout, I like the photographer’s photo montage and his inclusion of an old poster as part of the submission. Photographer: John Owen; stylist: Louise Sykes, http://www.louisesykes.co.uk; hair: Jo McKenna using Paul Mitchell; make-up: Jo McKenna using Clinique; model: Sophie Strobele at Next Model Management; lighting technician: Danny Graff. Shot on location at The Ruby House, London.
Here is the second instalment of i-on designs by Visual Communication students from Anniesland College, to recap:
In November 2012, I was lucky enough to be invited to Anniesland College in Glasgow, to chat to the students about magazine and layout design as part of their first industry-focussed Arts Event Day. Unaware I had inspired the students with my presentation, I was delighted to attend their end of year exhibition and find they had designed spreads for i-on in their own style, while maintaining the ethos of the magazine. Further more, all the photography used was taken by the individual students. I was impressed. Tutor, Gillian Alexander, told me that the students were off to colleges and universities all over the UK to further their qualifications in art and design – good luck to you all. The spreads below are by Carly, George and Patrycja, two from each in that order plus one from Jack.
Ahead of it’s publication date, you can now read the online version of i-on Edinburgh issue 92 August 2013. This edition includes reports on the brilliant Australian band, Tame Impala, where to find the best ice-cream in the city, a guide to Edinburgh in August, plus a dinner review at Mark Greenaway Restaurant. The competition this month is to win an overnight stay for six at Archerfield House.
One of my favourite opening double page spreads for a fashion feature, taken from i-on Edinburgh issue 50 February 2010. The combination of the model looking directly at the reader and the contrast of light and dark colours command the attention of any reader. Photographer: Andrew Edgecumbe; art direction: Melissa Watson; hair & make up: Britta Dicke; stylist: Helen Boyle; model Rose @ Profile.