Maya Stepper by Emily Abay

If you haven’t seen our Maya Stepper in action don’t stress, we’ve got what you need right here…

Recently our dynamite beach babe teamed up with an industry favorite, Emily Abay. Together, with the help from the amazing Ania Milczaryczk, they’ve managed to re surface our love of beach shoots & made us fall even more in love with our beauty Maya, which we didn’t even think was possible.

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Eden Bristowe for Ania Milczarczyk!

Our insanely beautiful Eden Bristowe teamed up with one of our favorite make up artists, Ania Milczarczyk who was creating a special project to celebrate her cult following. Emily Abay was also thrown in the mix and collectively they have produced the ultimate beach babe shoot leaving us with our jaws on the floor in complete awe of Eden…..

Natalie Roser, Elouise Morris & Elyse Knowles
for ModelCo Summer 15 Campaign!

We are loving our 3 Chic beauties facing up the latest ModelCo Summer 15 Campaign.
Shot on Bondi our Natalie, Elouise & Elyse all look like the ultimate Australian beach beauties, we couldn’t be happier to watch this campaign come to life! 
Amazing work ladies!!

 Photographer: Josie Clough
Beauty: Ania Milczarczyk & Katrina Raftery

FASHION JOURNAL X CHIC
‘Ahead of the Pack’

“Our July issue is probably our cutest issue to date. 
It came about when one of our favourite makeup artists, Ania Milczarczyk approached us to see if we’d like to team up with RSPCA New South Wales for an epic photoshoot. We couldn’t have been more excited.
A passionate animal lover, Ania had the idea to shoot some of her
favourite models with animals up for adoption from the RSPCA. For more
information on how you can support the work of the RSPCA visit their website or Ania’s Instagram.”
‘Ahead of the Pack’ features 8 Chic girls Samantha, Amelia, Annalise (covers the issue) Maja, Jennifer, Emily, Annabel & Bridget. We could not be happier to be apart of such a fantastic project!
Bravo Ania & RSPCA!

Photography: Cybele Malinowski
Production and make-up: Ania Milczarczyk
Styling: Liv Rahmé 
Hair: Erin Shaw 
Styling assistant: Bridgette Sala

Noam Frost for IMZCR8

Our Noam Frost features on IMZCR8 this week in a tell all interview… If you thought you knew Noam Frost, think again.

WHO IS NOAM?
From Israel. Born in tel aviv. I am passionate about music. I can spend
hours filing through old records and going to concerts. I love tattoos 



DO YOU HAVE ANY?
Not yet. But I will.
WHERE DOES YOUR NAME COME FROM?
(pronounced No – Am)
All the names in Hebrew have a meaning, Noam used to be a boys name
until the 90s, but now it’s unisex. It means gentle, so basically when
someone touches you with that ‘softness’.
Frost – my grandparents are Polish/Hungarian/Russian. It’s such a young
country that there is a really big mix of cultures. French, Spanish,
Moroccan , German…

WHAT’S THE MOST DOMINANT CULTURE?
There are 2 million Russian. I guess Polish, Russian, Moroccan or Spanish are most dominant. It’s so diverse.

HOW DID YOU GET INTO MODELLING?
My mum used to model in the 80s in Paris. She did pageants in Israel.
When I was young I would look through her portfolio. My dad is a reality
TV director for shows such as Israel’s Next Top Model, Survivor,
Amazing Race, Master Chef, Beauty and the Geek – all the Isrealie
versions. He used to tell me I’m not aloud to model until I was 16. Then
he made a film on the fashion industry and worked with my mother agent.
He said if you are going to model this is the woman you should do it
with. So I started doing it a little at high school. Then when I
finished I flew to London and Paris fashion week walking for Mulberry,
Acne, Johnathan Saunders, Christopher Kane. It kind of all took off from
there.


WHAT’S THE BEST PART ABOUT YOUR JOB?
That I can get into character and play around. It’s fun to travel not
just to locations, but within my head and get something new from every
shoot. It’s like acting.

WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR FAVOURITE BITS SO FAR?
Christopher Kane was my favourite show to walk for. His collections are
like art. Such talent and so nice. I recently shot the Dion Lee Resort
16 collection in Sydney. I also walked for him in London. I really liked
that.

WHAT WOULD BE YOUR DREAM JOB?
Celine. It’s so clean and refined.


WHAT WAS IT LIKE GROWING UP IN ISRAEL?
I think there is a lot of misconceptions about Israel . A lot of the
time I get asked if we have to walk around covered up. Tel Aviv is a
beach city. It’s a hot country and the night life is amazing. There is
such a big restaurant and food and coffee culture there. I love Tel
Aviv. It’s my favourite city in the world. 

YOU MENTIONED YOUR DAD DID NEXT TOP MODEL…WHAT IS THE FASHION INDUSTRY LIKE IN ISRAEL?
It’s quite small. After a few months you will know everyone. It feels
like family. For 20 years there were no runway girls. Just commercial
jobs. When my mother agent, Elinor Shahar, sent me overseas to do the
shows and it went well, it started a wave of Isrealie show girls. Israel
is a small country so when the girls do well we are very proud.
There are a few big designers. One, Alon Livne, he just did the Beyonce
tour, and the designer for Lanvin, Albert Albez is Isrealie. The style
is beach clothes and fine taloiring. Israel is like Australia, we don’t
really have a winter so that restricts the style. There is a massive
vintage scene and ripped jeans and Tshirts. We dress in a in a similar
way to you guys.

WHO WOULD BE YOUR THREE GUEST OF CHOICE AT A DINNER PARTY?
– Kate moss, Kurt Cobain and Andy Warhol.

IF YOU COULD GIVE THE WORLD ONE TIP…
That there is life after high school. For me being so tall and awkward
at school , I felt really insecure. But that doesn’t matter anymore, now
it is a virtue in my career. Things get better with time and you are
accepted for who you are. We develop, and become stronger, and everyone
becomes more considerate and respectful.
PHOTOS AND INTERVIEW BY IVANA MARTYN 
MAKEUP BY ANIA MILCZARCZYK @ DLM

Oliver Grand:
Meet Elle Morris

Our incredible Elouise Morris shines in her latest shoot & interview with Oliver Grand!…

I am currently working on…
 writing and illustrating a few kids fantasy stories based on my childhood.
I knew I wanted to be a model when…
 my Mum entered me in a model search comp so I had no choice, haha. But I’m glad she did, I love my job!
My style
 is pretty simple and depends on my mood.
When I’m going to castings for jobs I am usually in jeans, a t-shirt and
boots. If I’m going out then I will wear something a little flirty.
Otherwise, I pretty much live in a bikini or my gym gear.
The 3 things I look for in a guy…
  are nice eyes, someone to make me laugh, and he must love animals!!!
The first think I notice about him…
  is always his
eyes. I do like a nice back and arms too. I’m pretty casual with my
style so I like guys that are laid back with their’s too.
Every man should own…
  a good pair jeans and an awesome t-shirt that I can I wear. Although I prefer them without!

The best first date…
  would have to be at the beach or
bush walking. I feel like you get to know the person more being out in
nature. Plus if I trip, I can fall into his arms and that leads into
kissing…
My biggest male celebrity crush…
  is Charlie Hunnam, aka Jax from Sons of Anarchy. Heath Ledger and Adrian Grenier are big ones too.
And female…  
Angelina Jolie and Margot Robbie.
I never thought I would…
 have a pet rooster as a best friend. I can’t help it he makes me laugh!
I don’t do dating apps
 I’m usually pretty forward when I meet people in person.
My Spotify
 line up consists of Neil Young and Fleetwood Mac, always. I just saw Drake, so he’s on repeat at the moment too.
If I wasn’t modelling…
 I would be acting. Well, I’m
taking classes currently so that’s the next avenue. I like to do
impersonations and make people laugh, otherwise I would be working with
animals.