Phillips’ first Photographs sale of the fall season will be held on 1 October. The auction will include 250 lots with exceptional prints by Marina Abramović, Robert Mapplethorpe, Hannah Wilke, Cindy Sherman, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Robert Frank, and Peter Beard, among others.
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Phillips is the destination for international collectors to buy and sell the world’s most important contemporary works of art. By focusing specifically on the defining aesthetic movements of the last century, we’ve set ourselves apart as the most dynamic and forward-thinking auction house. Our considered approach and specialized knowledge lead clients to seek our guidance on contemporary collecting trends. This finely-honed expertise is evident in all aspects of our business, from the caliber and quality of our sale catalogues, events and exhibitions, to a superior level of individualized client service.
Headquartered in New York and London, with offices throughout the world, Phillips conducts sales in a select number of categories: Contemporary Art, Photographs, Editions, Design, Watches and Jewelry. Additionally, our core art business includes special exhibitions, private sales, advising private estates and corporate clients, museum and arts sponsorships, and consulting.
Alexis Ren photographed by Cibelle Levi
Styled by Janelle Miller, Hair Styled by Rikke Ganda, Makeup by Jen Tioseco
Modeliste: What would you say your personal philosophy is in regards to social media?
Alexis: It isn’t your real life, and your self worth shouldn’t depend on the likes or comments nor should it replace real human connection in your life. I say this not just for the reader, but for myself as well. I try to be mindful of my judgments every day, and I’ve seen a vast improvement in my mental health because of it.
“I was born in a little South African village called Mooi River, where I grew up on a dairy and beef farm. I spent my childhood surrounded by life, love, nature and family. As a little girl I always knew I wanted to do something different, something my family and I could be proud of one day.
I had a passion for beauty and fashion from a very young age, so I was thrilled when a talent scout in a flea market spotted me at age 15. At the time, I was at St. Anne’s College, an all-girls boarding school where I embraced new friends and the potential of a great education.
Despite the high-profile life I lead, I’m still happiest and most comfortable hiding away on a beach with a good pair of sunglasses, soft sand and some Reggae music. I love exploring exercise and nutrition, finding new ways to keep my body in top shape.
I can’t express enough thanks to the fans who have supported me over the years. Your daily encouragement and care is what keeps my spirits up and puts a smile on my face.” — – —
Kathie Lam graces the pages of Mojeh Magazine’s latest issue. Lensed by Lara Jade (Atelier Management), she wears a wardrobe of Dior’s summer 2019 collection. Stylist Connie Berg (Atelier Management) selects dreamy tulle dresses, plaid jackets and statement bags. For beauty, John Ruidant works on her curly locks with makeup by Deborah Altizio.
Photographie Peter Lindbergh, réalisation Babeth Djian
Mannequin: Birgit Kos chez Elite Paris. Birgit porte une veste, un pantalon et un chapeau en tweed, CHANEL.
Coiffure: Odile Gilbert chez L’atelier (68). Maquillage: Tom Pecheux chez Calliste Agency.
Assistante réalisation: Camille-Joséphine Teisseire. Set design: Jean-Hugues de Chatillon. Numérique: Sabine Raillard chez Pardon My French. Retouche: Christian Tochtermann chez Red Line Paris. Production: Margaux Huguet chez 2B Management.
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La Parisienne. Birgit Kos par Peter Lindbergh
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