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December 6, 2012

So Many Adventures

I styled an editorial in the current issue of I.T Post magazine, shot by Alex Kirzhner.  I was inspired by the many odd pairings of people in my life, and I wanted the spread to look like self-shot wedding photos of the most eccentric couple.  We got to play with beautiful clothes from Rag & Bone, Thom Browne, Adam Kimmel, and Robert Geller.  This was my first time styling womenswear for print, and though I wouldn’t say it’s any more or less difficult than menswear, it certainly is very different.

“So Many Adventures Couldn’t Happen Today” shot by Alex Kirzhner, styled by Izzy Tuason, for I.T Post

sunglasses by Robert Geller, mock turtleneck and knit blouson by Adam Kimmel

on her: jacket and skirt by Thom Browne, shoes by Rag & Bone; on him: sunglasses by Robert Geller, sweater, jacket, and pants by Adam Kimmel

on her: hat by Robert Geller, turtleneck, dress, pants, and shoes by Rag & Bone

all clothing by Rag & Bone

headpiece and dress by Thom Browne

hat, hooded sweater, and shirt by Robert Geller, sweater (on shoulders) by Rag & Bone


on him: hat and hooded sweater by Robert Geller, coat by Rag & Bone; on her: hat by Robert Geller, dress and gloves by Rag & Bone, fur stole, stylist’s own

 photography: Alex Kirzhner

styling: Izzy Tuason

models: Justin Passmore (RED) and Amira Ahmed (NEW YORK)

assistants: Marnee Litton and Emily Lopez

I.T Post is available at Page One


  • Brandon Acton-Bond
    December 6th, 2012 at 8:28 am

    OMG Izzy!!!! I am crying this editorial is so beautiful both in styling and photography. Literally could not be more proud to call you my friend and my now not so secret inspiration. <3 you 5evz!

  • Danny
    December 6th, 2012 at 8:56 pm


  • Vega
    December 9th, 2012 at 4:44 pm

    This editorial is amazing!
    Excellent work!


  • Iris & Daniel
    December 9th, 2012 at 10:49 pm

    So good! That Thom Browne dress omg. Love all the turtlenecks.

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