Beatrice started her career in the beauty industry by being a make-up, artist, she quickly discovered a penchant for nails and specialised in manucure.
It is her technical skills fused with her goodwill and her lovely smile that  win the loyalty of her regular clients
Her work can be seen in magazines like  Self Service , i-D , Numéro China , T Magazine , Vogue Spain , POP, Stylist, M Le Monde, Express Style, Harper’s Bazaar China / Russia, etc …
She has been working with  photographers like Ezra Petronio , Mark Peckmezian , Oliver Hadlee Pearch , Harley Weir , Ward Ivan Rafik , Arnaud Lajeunie…
Her advertising clients are: Chloé, Dior, Hermès, Lancôme, Christian Lacroix, Cartier , YSL , Lancel , Givenchy , ACNE , Le Printemps, Nehera, Le Bon Marché, Chopard, Rochas …
Beatrice lives in Paris

Fashion director of HOT HOT HOT! Annabelle is based in Paris and began her career in fashion in 2000 after graduating at Studio Berçot.
Fashion director of Under The Influence magazine and then fashion editor at Grazia France until 2012, she contributes to various magazines such as Exhibition, Novembre, System, Tank, Vogue it, Purple, Commons & Sense, Metal,…
Her commercial work consists in fashion campaigns for Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Lancel, Cartier, Le Tanneur, L’Occitane, …

She collaborated with photographers David Bailey, Olivier Zahm, Estelle Hanania, Carlijn Jacobs, Boris Ovini, David Slijper, Boris Camaca, …

 Anthony is a Paris based Photographer.


Cécile Bortoletti was born and raised in Paris. She studied experimental cinema before meeting the emerging generation of the 90s, from which sprung BLESS et MARTIN MARGIELA, as well as the magazines PURPLE and SELF-SERVICE. She took part in Festival de Hyères in 1998, and later created the images for ISSEY MIYAKE’s campaign for men and women during many seasons. Her approach to photography is experimental and at the same time documentary, both being in harmony. An encounter between formalism and realism, fashion is perceived as a striking aesthetic experience that she deploys in her photographs of landscapes and portraits.
Having participated in group exhibitions or created solo shows (Univers Invisible 2009 – Unesco / 18 images par seconde – galerie Just Jaeckin 2010 / Sur-Nature – galerie Brachfeld 2012,), she is regularly commissioned by different cultural institutions (Villa Noailles, Galerie des Galeries) or international brands (DIOR, CHLOE, HERMES, H&M FASHION AWARD) for solo exhibitions, photographic projects and films, as well as by magazines for fashion photo series and portraits (Purple, Encens, Commons and Sense, Harpers Bazaar, Elle US, M Le Monde, Madame Figaro and Japanese newspaper NIKKEI).





Alan Gelati was born in Milan, where he attended Giovanni Chiaramonte’s classes at the ‘Civica Scuola di Fotografia’ and a course of aesthetic and Art history in Brera.
He moved to London in 1998 and began to work as a photographer for Christie’s where he improved his photographic technique studying paintings, sculptures, antiquities and interiors, whilst attending art history classes.
 Alan’s work features in magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue Italia, Vogue Taiwan, ID Magazine, Numero Russia, Amica Italia, Vanity Fair, S Moda, Sunday Times Style, Grazia Russia, Marie Claire Russia, Commons&Sense …
His advertising clients include Valentino, Blumarine, L’Oreal, Murat, VO 5, Schwarzkopf, Rocco Barocco, Givenchy, Shanghai Tang, Chopard, NPeal, Avon, …
He took part in Fishlove in 2009, an exhibition to raise awareness of the unsustainable fishing practices that are destroying the earth’s marine ecosystem.
Alan lives between Paris, London and Milan.


Chris is a native londoner and a self-taught photographer.
His fashion work is as evocative as his portraits, both giving the viewer a way  to connect with his subjects in a sensitive and genuine way.  his work transcends trends, designing unexpected moments filled with sass.
Inspired by street style, quirky expression, and true love, Chris’ vision of the world is populated by beautiful individuals, full of wit and whimsy.
Chris embraced with excitement the digital medium,  he has easily transitioned into film, directing broadcast commercials and personal projects in his same aspirational style.
On set or in a studio, Chris’ interaction with his subjets goes beyond his lens, he is a happy altruist who loves talking and laughing with his subjects.
Chris publishes stories American Vogue, British Vogue, Chinese Vogue, Korean Vogue, Indian Vogue, American Vanity Fair, Amica, Dansk, British Elle, D Section, Bare Journal Park, American Glamour, British Glamour, French Glamour, British Harper’s Bazaar, …
Advertising clients include Nuxe, Aveeno, Avon, Bacardi, Bali, Barbour, Bloomingdale’s, Burt’s Bees, Clarins, Clarks, Clinique, Dove, Estee Lauder, Esprit, Gap, Garnier, Harrods, Harvey Nichols, L’Oreal Pro, JcPenny, Johnson and Johnson, Kohl’s, The Loft, …
Chris lives between New-York and London.

Stylist Guillaume Boulez was born in Vichy, France and moved to Paris at 18 to study at the famed Studio Bercot fashion academy.
He relocated to New York from 2004 to 2013 and quickly made his mark with downtown design collective threeASFOUR and later joined the design team of Zac Posen.
In 2007, Guillaume had the chance to assist on photoshoots and realised that this was his vocation.
Currently, Guillaume divides his time between styling and consulting for various collections in Europe and the US and establishing himself as a creative director.

After studying at the Marymount Manhattan College and following a training course at the Parsons School of New York, Barbara joined the Condé Nast group as a stylist assistant for  the Italian Vogue in their office in Paris.
She assisted Lori Goldstein and Paul Sinclaire for a few years, she then took off independently when joining Stiletto Magazine as a fashion editor, where she developped a vision of a chic and appealing woman, then she was appointed the fashion director of L’Obsession. She collaborates with magazines such as l’Express Style, Harper’s Bazaar China,Elle France, Commons & Sense, …
She styles celebrities such as Matthew McConaughey, Cate Blanchett, Viggo Mortensen, Catherine Deneuve, Marine Vacth, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Lea Seydoux, Laetitia Casta, Liv Tyler, Lou Doillon Claudia Schiffer, Diane Kruger, Eva Longoria, Evangeline Lilly, Jane Birkin, Linda Evangelista, Mélanie Thierry, Sharon Stone, Amira Casar, Audrey Tautou.
Her advertising clients include Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Dolce Gabbana, Givenchy, Guerlain, l’Oréal, Jean Paul Gaultier, BGN, Dim, John Hardy, Lancel, Longines, Montblanc, Nina Ricci, Van Cleef & Arpels, …
She collaborates with photographers such as Peter Lindbergh, Tim Elkaim, Raf Stahelin, Paolo Roversi, Theo Wenner, Jan Walters, Sofia & Mauro, Jean Baptiste Mondino, Eric Nehr, Charlie Engman, John Akehurst, Vincent Peters, Billy Kidd, Olivia Bee, Marcus Tomlinson, Michel Angelo di Battista, …

Joana is a Paris based Stylist.



Natalie Yuksel was born and raised in London where she graduated from the London College of Fashion, UAL, with a BA(Hons) degree in Fashion Studies: Media and Cultural Pathway.
Natalie started her career as Fashion Editor at Mixte Magazine. She was thereafter recruited to work on the launch of French Grazia, where she remained as an in-house Fashion- Market Editor, until her appointment as Fashion Director of Libération Next.
Natalie’s experience of design accelerated when she was commissioned as the Costume Designer on Aditya Chopra’s Bollywood film ‘Befikre’. She thereafter acquired knowledge of the inner workings of independent press as Senior Fashion editor of King Kong Magazine.
 Natalie enjoys sharing her wisdom as Professor at IFM (Institut Français de la Mode).
Her work is strongly influenced by classicism which she likes to twist in a modern way.
She collaborates with magazines such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, L’Express Styles, Glass Magazine
She has worked with celebrities such as Cate Blanchett, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Eva Green…
Her advertising clients include Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Guy Laroche, Shiseido, Guerlain…
She works with photographers such as Tom Munro, Emmanuel Giraud, David Dunan, Lucian Bor, Benjamin Lennox, David Vasiljevic, Moos Tang…
Natalie is based in Paris.




NUE is a Paris based floral project founded by Claire Boreau.

Born on the principle of working with natural elements with a spontaneous artistic approach,

NUE aims to compose for high-demand customers,

combining a strong sense of poetry with the capacity of adapting it to various artistic directions.

NUE’s challenge is to design ephemeral creations with lasting memories,

materializing the realm of imagination into floral form.




Cedric-Cyril Colonges is a Paris born and bred set designer.
He got involved in the art world at a very young age. At the age of 18 years old, he started working as a photographers and designers assistant for a few years before dedicating himself fully to set design.
His inspiration comes from various visual fields such as photography, videography, design.
From propping for still life projects to embracing large technical builds, his attention to detail is always constant.
He collaborates with photographers and directors such as Charlotte Wales, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Brigitte Niedermair,… for M Le Monde, i-D, Italian Vogue, Numéro France, Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Cartier…


As a young curious child, Pierre-Olivier fell in love with Arts & Crafts Textures, colours and materials.
His first job as a studio manager for 6 years at Studio Zéro in Paris, helped him develop an ability to see what others can’t see, a ‘good eye’, a peculiar taste and knowledge of photography.
In such a creative environment, he became aware that his childhood dreams could be real as a set designer. Happy mucking in with noble materials such as wood, melting plastic, mixing colors, he touches, transforms, gives life to materials and objects.
Pierre-Olivier is a multifaceted  young artist who likes to work his magic into the object, giving it a little poppy fantasy.
He has worked with a wide range of clients including Chloe, Dior, Lanvin, Hermes, Carven, Uniqlo, Moncler, H&M, Moet & Chandon, Le Bon Marche, Eleven Paris, Vogue UK, T Magazine, Vogue Russia, DSection, Bourgeois…
Pierre-Olivier lives in Paris and responds to the nickname of PO. (Phonetically speaking Pee O)


 Kazuko grew up in Osaka, Japan.
In 2009, her passion for hair and fashion lead her to move to Paris to pursue her career.
Kazuko  works for Haper’s Bazaar China, Harper’s Bazaar Russia, Boys by Girls, Tank, D Section, Novembre, CR Fashion Book, I Love You, Commons&Sense.
She collaborates with kazuko photographes Nicolas Valois, Suzie et Leo, Hans Neumann, Nadine Ijewere, Julia et Vincent, Laurent Humbert, Julia Stoltz, Yann Weber, Romain Sellier, Kristin Vicari, Sascha Heinze
She lives in Paris.




Gabriele was born in Milan, he moved to London at 18 years old where he learnt to style hair.
He collaborates with  Giampaolo Sgura, Alan Gelati, Omar Macchiavelli, Mark Pillai, Steve Hiett, Kourtney Roy, Giovanni Gastel, Roberta Krasnig, Giulio Rustichelli …
His work can be seen in Vogue Italia, Vogue UK, Vogue Japan, Vogue Spain, Vogue Gioiello, Harper’sBazaar China, Harper’s Bazaar Russia, Harper’s Bazaar Spain, Antidote, Vanity Fair, Hunter, Stylist, Sport&Style,
Hercules, I-D…

Cyril started in the world of well being masseur for several years. Passionate about meeting new people leads him to evolve in makeup at the age of 25 years. Interested in beauty he always makes the step to be connected with the individual and their make up.

He worked with photographers and artists such as Ellen von Umwerth, Riccardo Tics, Ahmed Lejenke, Arnaud Lajeunie, Alice Rosati, Arnaud Strefani, Dan Beleiu and Alba Melendo

His clients include Chanel, Lancome, Louis Vuitton, Sandro, Claudie Pierlot

And magazines such as Numéro, A Part Pulications, Vogue Brésil, Vogue Ukraine, Harper’s Bazaar Kazachstan, REVS Magazine, Tatler, Fucking Young,

Sachi Yamashita is a unique Japanese hair designer. She does not only hair styling but makes head pieces to offer a total design.
The essence of her exquisite form and design making is strongly based on her experience and the six sense.
She enjoy the individual work but she makes a significant contribution to a team work. What can be the biggest contribution for a creative team ?
She is the creator who answers it in an unexpected way depending circumstances.


Jessica Nedza grew up with a big fascination for the Arts , especially painting , drawing and photography.
Her love for transformation and big interest in fashion led her in the world of make-up.
Her work is published in Vogue Paris, German Vogue, Vogue Japan, Australian Vogue, Spanish Vogue, Interview Magazine, Vogue China, Hercules Magazine and Numéro.
Her advertising campaigns include Dolce & Gabbana,  Benetton, Roberto Cavalli, Missoni, Moschino, Jil Sander, Blumarine, H&M, Armani, Replay  and others …
Jessica is currently based between Milan and Paris.

Annabelle Petit is make-up artist with over 20 years’ experience.
She started her career on film sets, developing her interest and skills in special effects and temporary tattoo creation.
Over the past 12 years, Annabelle has dedicated her work to the fashion and beauty industry, working with photographers such as Elina Kechicheva, Branislav Simoncik, Sonia Szotak, Hyea W. Kang, Gorka Postigo, Studio L’Etiquette, Ellen Von Unwerth, Cédric Buchet, David Dunan, Jamie Nelson, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Barnaby Roper, Richard Burbridge, Marc Segal, Phil Poynter, Frederico Martins, David Gomez_Maestre…
She collaborates on a regular basis with renowned make-up artists including Peter Phillips and Inge Grognard, bringing to them her expertise in temporary tattoos and special effects. The most striking examples of this aspect of her work were seen in Alexander McQueen’s show in Atlantis in 2009, the Ballenciaga 2020 prêt à porter spring-summer show, and the Viktor&Rolph 2020 haute couture spring-summer show.
Annabelle’s clients include major brands Dior, Lancôme, Kenzo, Hermès, Boucheron, Guerlain, L’Oréal, Chanel, Louboutin, Biotherm and Chantelle. She has an editorial role with Vogue Paris, Numéro france, CR Fashion BOOK, Vogue Portugal, Harper’s Bazaar …


Inspired by art, especially drawing, he first decided to follow a more conventional path and studied medicine. When he came up to Paris, he discovered the exciting universe of fashion and chose to  return to his first love…makeup.
After graduating from makeup school, he quickly stood out and it was not long before he started working with YSL, Carven, Louboutin, Vogue, Numéro, Mixt(e), Encens…
He has worked with photographers such as Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Matthew Brookes, Billy Kidd, Alice Rosati, Pierre Debusschere and directors like Harmony Korine, Alex & Liane, Louis de Caunes, Fabien Constant…

Hugo has left school at 16yo to start doing make up. Since then he evolve in the fashion industry and worked with photographers, or artist such as Arnaud lajeunie, Eric Nher, Anthony Maule, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Nicolas Vallois, Alice Rosati, Pierre et Gilles, Dario Catellani, Fanny Latour Lambert, Vincent Van De Wijngaard, Karl Lagerfeld
His clients include Lancôme, Chanel, Salvator Ferragamo, Bonpoint, Poetry, Farfetch, Yproject, Numéro Paris, Numero Japan, China, Encens, Vogue Taiwan, Ukraine, Metal, Crash, Elle.