2beMag #17

2beMAG is a magazine for promoting raw talents, up-and-comers, and fresh new work. The aim of the mag is to discover brands and talented people who want to exhibit their work.
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COVER EDITORIAL Un año más, y ya son dos, este mes es nuestro segundo aniversario, un placer celebrarlo con todos nuestros lectores , seguidores y colaboradores .. Como no?? Ya que tambien este número cerrara este año 2011 y siendo estas fechas ya casi navideñas y festivas desearos que tengáis una excelente salida de año y Model Gloria Haro que el nuevo año, nos traiga no solo nuevas esperanzas Photography Victor Soria si no realidades y proyectos nuevos que nos ayuden a Make Up & Hair Gloria Pre-Arada consolidar nuestro trabajo y nuestros deseos. Por nuestro lado siempre estaremos con el afán de seguir descubriendo talento allí donde este, y viendo de promocionar y dar a conocer vuestro trabajo, BACKCOVER contribuyendo como siempre con el estímulo creativo y emprendedor que desde el comienzo nos a caracterizado. Empezaremos mucho más fuertes el año que viene 2012 siempre contando con vuestro apoyo. Jose Grimm, editor in chief. e-mail: editor@2bemag.com

STAFF Editor in Chief Net Working JOSE GRIMM SERGIO RAMIREZ jose@2bemag.com sergio@2bemag.com General Coordinator Marketing ROMAN AUSTIN LIDIA JOHNSON roman@2bemag.com lidia@2bemag.com Art Director SALES & PR DANI MELO LAURA GOMEZ danimelo@2bemag.com laura@koedita.com Software Developer Social Networks POL ESCARPENTER NAT&JAY pol@2bemag.com nata@2bemag.com CTO Fashion Stylist EVA CASADO DE AMEZUA LAURA SUNYER eva@2bemag.com laura@2bemag.com Art Writer Production LORENA VILELA JULIA MUELAS lorena@2bemag.com julia@2bemag.com

OUR RAW CONTRIBUTORS Marcos Domingo info@marcosdomingo.com Raised by a father photographer, his passion for photography marcosdomingo.com comes out very early. After his studies of architecture he goes to live in Barcelona at the age of 22. It is here that he _editorial takes his first steps as a professional photographer although VINTAGE STYLE it will be in Milan, in the year 2000, when his career starts Victor Soria direction@umnomag.com Víctor Soria, born August 5, 1989, is the fashion edi- www.vvv-world.com tor, photographer and director of UMNO Maga- zine International. A monthly fashion magazine _editorial with an unique concept. See www.umnomag.com FEARLESS Mario Caponi mariocaponi.com Mario Caponi live in Rome and works between Rome _editorial and Milan. Photographer for 3 years and are working at MUST BE THE PLACE various advertising agencies. Sandra Myhrberg sandra@sandramyhrberg.com Sandra Myhrberg is a Swedish photographer who has sandramyhrberg.com lived and worked in New York, Barcelona, and Stock- _editorial holm. Her work, spanning fashion and beauty, has been ELECTRIC FASHION IN A published and exhibited in London, New York City, INDUSTRIAL SURROUNDING Stockholm, Barcelona, Mexico City, Berlin, and Dubai. Mar Mateu & Victor Celdran info@gingerstudiobcn.com Mar Mateu, born in Palma de Mallorca october 1979, gingerstudiobcn.com and Victor Celdran, Cartagena march 1977, have study photography and digital retouch in Barcelona, and Víctor _editorial also art direction for photography and video and fashion LOST stylist.

www.2bemag.com 2bemag’s editorial 06 staff 07 contributors 08 summary 09 editorial I 10 discovering raw talents 22 editorial II 26 if you see this icon move your mouse around editorial III 34 the page video art 52 if you see this icon a day in the life 56 click on the pictures to enlarge them editorial IV 58 editorial V 76 if you see this icon editorial VI 88 the page you are viewing contains audio Raw Talents Issue XX

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raphy by Domingo Stylism Visori Fashionart Models Juan Yanes & Nacho Yanes Production DeeBee @ deebeegroup.com

Body Spanish Gymnastics National Team from 1975

Shirt 90’s Hugo Boss Short 80’s Adidas Athletics

Swimsuit 90’s Dior Homme Shirt Visori

Swimsuit 80’s Helmut Lang

Swimsuit 90’s YSL Lace Suit Visori

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Shirt 90’s Miu Miu by Prada Pants 70’s Parachute Regiment of the French Marine Corps Bow & Sash Tween

Swimsuit 90’s YSL Lace Shirt Visori

Pants 80’s Adidas athletics

Swimsuit 80’s Claude Montana

Swimsuit with belt 60’s Tights & Mask Visori

Jersey 70’s Punto Blanco Shorts 90’s YSL

Tanktop Visori Swimsuit 90’s Paco Rabanne

Pants 80’s Paco Rabanne

Shirt 70’s Christian Dior Swimsuit 90’s Vivienne Westwood Pants 80’s Paco Rabanne

Shirt 70’s Christian Dior Swimsuit 90’s Vivienne Westwood Pants 80’s Paco Rabanne

Swimsuits 90’s YSL & John Bartlett marcosdomingo.com

Discovering Raw Talents XX 2beMag

www.2bemag.com Born: 17th of April 1987, Burgos (Spain) EDUCATION 2010-2011 Pattern Design, ESAD, High School of Art and Design of Oporto 2007-2010 BA in Fashion Design, High School of Art and Fashion Design of Burgos EXHIBITIONS 2011 “You don´t need a computer to make a poster” Exhibition of illustration at Studio Close up in Oporto 2010 “About you” Exhibition of Screenprint at ESAD, High School of Art and Design of Oporto CONTEST 2011 Acrobactic Fashion finalist, Oporto (Portugal) 2011 Creamoda Fashion finalist, Bilbao (Spain) 2010 Modtissimo 4th prize, Oporto (Portugal) 2010 Young Gateway designers Fashion finalist, Burgos (Spain) 2009 Young Gateway designers Fashion finalist, Aranda de Duero- Burgos (Spain) 2009 Young Gateway designers Fashion finalist, Alicante (Spain) 2008 Young Gateway designers Fashion finalist, Burgos (Spain) Que ves en tu futuro a medio plazo, digamos en 2 años? Espero poder trabajar en el departamento de diseño de alguna marca o diseñador con los cuales me identifique y a la vez seguir con la individualidad y libertad me ofrece mi propia marca. Por supuesto, fuera de España. Que parte es la que más te gusta y te hace disfrutar más de tu trabajo? La investigación. Invierto gran cantidad de tiempo a descubrir nuevos tejidos, texturas, composiciones,.. Quién sabe si la gestión de la moda puede enseñar algo interesante también a otros sectores considerados más avanzados por el hecho de haber sido cuna de habilidades de gestión más tradicional. Como consigues tu inspiración? Cuando voy a una exposición, me gusta que me sorprendan. Me gusta aprender cosas sobre la relación del mundo que nos rodea. Aunque mi espacio preferido sigue siendo la escritura. A menudo prefiero los libros y los catálogos, se puede vivir una temática realmente en la intimidad. Raw Talents Issue XX

Eugenia Alejo’s Designs XX 2beMag

www.2bemag.com a dixit - collection AW 2012 Como ves la relación evidente de arte y moda que hay en tus colecciones? El arte y la moda son dos mundos que comparten un código común, el de la sensibilidad estética, pero que están separados por el ámbito temporal. Las colecciones viven una temporada, mientras que el arte es imperecedero. Me gusta clasificar mis colecciones como prendas de ropa con estilo imperecedero. Te conformaras solo con la ropa o? Lo cierto es que siempre he enlazado mi pasión por la ilustración con la moda. Actualmente, estoy realizando una nueva colección de ilustraciones inspirada en un tipo de enfermedad. En ella estoy experimentando con contrastes en tejidos sobre superficies más grandes que con las que anteriormente he trabajado. Como vives este momento emergente en el que tantos jóvenes talentos como tú crece y crece… y que gracias a internet os permite estar en contacto casi en tiempo real con otros jóvenes talentos en cualquier parte del mundo e incluso con el mercado en general? Creo que El punto de distribución es una de las herramientas más importantes de la moda junto a Internet. El punto de distribución de una marca es el contacto más directo que tiene el cliente con la marca y el que medio que comunica toda la filosofía de la empresa. Para la mayoría de jóvenes diseñadores, el punto de distribución es internet, ya que la inversión en un local o publicidad en prensa especializada supone un alto incremento económico Crees que tu visión de la moda choca con la filosofía Madrid Fashion Week? La gran experiencia obtenida fuera de las pasarelas me lleva a apostar por propuestas totalmente independientes. Me gusta pensar que la gente que quiere ir a ver mis desfiles aspire a algo más que a ver una colección. Lo más importante para mí es trasmitir. www.eugenialejos.com Raw Talents Issue XX

photography by Victor Soria

Corset Jean Pau Gaultier Hat Dior Clutch Gucci Veil Nina Ricci Vintage Coat Jil Sander Make Up & Hair Gloria Pe-Arada Muse Gloria Haro @ Mad Models Special thanks to Elena Zapatero

Coat Chanel Clutch Louis Vuitton

Coat Martin Lamothe Belt Gucci

Coat Marc Jacobs Belt Gucci Hat Dior

Top Jil Sander Necklace Marni

Leather Jacket Ralph Simons Bracelet Mango vvv-world.com

Travel & Arts BY VIRGINIA BLASCO Youth resist or speak in Oaxaca through their walls. For the traveler pass through the Mexican town may be some kind of safari: it is not so easy to capture the painted images that appear in the most unexpected places to explain us another side of this city declared by UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. One must be patient and take a good pair of shoes if you want to freeze with your camera the best examples of the Oaxaca’s expression. So, if you visit Oaxaca de Juarez, do not forget to book some MB to save the more “chidos” graffiti you’ll find on the outskirts of the historic center. We are not talking about the signatures of graffiters, but true murals that reflect unconformity in sharp contrast with the colonial style of the city, for a time called Antequera. On its walls the artists draw women cycling in flames, totemic with a clear indigenous accent, guerrilla women soldiers pointing their gun at bovines who take the law into their own hands against a carnivorous humanity. The fight is looming on the walls of this bright city hardly you stop yourself to make you think: “Born to be killed,” but the dreaded Ciudad Juarez, where being a woman is definitively a risk, is far away, beyond the border. An urban art had its best expression on citizen demonstrations in 2006 and is now spreading through the streets, keeping alive the flame of those popular protest. Although there is also a friendly face of stencil or graffiti with this elephant that arises from the wall when you least expect it or the child who plays accordion while birds leave his instrument in disbandment, friendly divers on the backs of giant fishes and posters that invite to disobedience as that one that says: “Do not enter quietly.” Other posters interrogate the traveler with so many questions as for staying the whole day, beating around the bush, like “Do you know yet?”, or more explicit, “Long live the insurgents!”. If you want to know a little more in depth what’s happening in Oaxaca, stop by Space Zapata, the revolutionary with big mustaches, they will probably tell you more about these urban interventions in a city where graffiti does not sleep. Or check the links we offer : amazon.com/Protest-Graffiti-Mexico-Louis-Nevaer positivos.com/noticias_graffiti/ www.emergente.com.mx/ elgraffitienoaxaca.blogspot.com XX 2beMag

www.2bemag.com Raw Talents Issue XX

giacca FLASH STONE gonna BALENCIAGA cintura DIESEL Stylist Marina Barnato Make Up Oriana Curti Hair Mauro Santurro Models Marilia & Kristina G. @ Fashion Models Milano

photography by Mario Caponi

Dress Francesca Faina Shoes Jeffrey Campbell

scarpe JEFFREY CAMPBELL gonna STYLIST ARCHIVE bustino NAKKNA collana FLASH STONE culotte AMERICAN APPAREL

Bustier La Perla Skirt Jeffrey Campbell Necklace Ann Demeulemeester Culotte AA Shoes Jeffrey Campbell

vestige URBAN OUTFITTERS busting NAKKNA scarpe JEFFREY CAMPBELL culotte AMERICAN APPAREl mariocaponi.com

A day in the life BY MAX ADAM click images to enlarge Lisbon, I already like the name or let’s say the way it sounds. I had never been to Portugal before and I am quite sure that I will be back soon, even maybe before the next fashion week. Why? Because... As the airport is not that far away from the city center, I took a cab to get to my accommodation and it could not have started off in a better way. The cab driver was more or less 60 years, he did not understand one word of English and my Portuguese was still very poor at that moment or let’s say that I hadn’t switched the button yet. So I tried my luck wih Spanish and somehow we got along, I think that he didn’t stop talking during the whole ride and I he told me about all the sight, buildings, etc. we were driving by, all I was able to respond was “Está bien”. Getting closer to the city center, and this is not a joke, a Cindy Lauper song came up on the radio and he started moving it while he was driving, by the way, he had a very unique talent of steering a car. It was unbelievably funny, he of course kept on talking, besides humming some lines, and I almost couldn’t pull myself together. He dropped me off as close to my destination as possible, as no cars are allowed to enter this particular street, and somehow I was a bit lost again. Pharmacies are, some of you might know this, most of the time more useful than a tourist information center and therefore I entered the first one I saw. The English of the pharmacist was probably better than my English teachers in secondary grade and then, as icing on the cake, she personally guided me to my accommodation in her white gown. She gave me a hug after having rung the doorbell for me and went back to work. I don’t know, but this is what a call a good start, now enjoy the images I was able to capture! Muito obrigado to everybody that crossed my path during the ModaLisboa Transfusion, it was a pleasure! To see more street styles visit FashionFreax. XX 2beMag

CONTACT MAX MAX ADAM BLOG http://www.fashionfreax.net/en/brand/vitor http://www.fashionfreax.net/en/brand/ricardo-andrez http://www.fashionfreax.net/en/brand/ricardo-dourado Click on designer’s names to see the entire collection

Leather Jacket Stine Goya Earrings Pom Pom Parlour

photography by Sandra Myhrberg Stylist Anna Mathilde Schildta Make Up Sanna Riley @ Artofficial Agency Photo Assistant Alvaro Muñoz Muse Felicia K @ Elite Model Music Holographic People Thanks to Akademiska Hus, Pretto Showroom, Patriksson Communication, Pom Pom Parlour & AG47

Tunika Fräulein von Hast Panties Made by Noemi

Leather Top Josefin Strid Lingerie Pom Pom Parlour Earrings Mina Egna Shoes Melissa for JPG

Dress Day Birger et. Mikkelsen Bison Neck La Perla Shoes Ursula Mascaró Brooch Eugenio Loarce Gloves American Retro

Leather Top Josefin Strid Lingerie Pom Pom Parlour Earrings Mina Egna Shoes Melissa for JPG

Shirt Josefin Strid Bobbinet skirt Pom Pom Parlour Bracelet Ag 47 Shoes Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair Earrings Made by Stylist

Top BB Dakota Corsette Pom Pom Parlour Earrings Judith 10:4 AG47 Shoes Minimarket Stockings Twilfit

Shirt Josefin Strid Bobbinet skirt Pom Pom Parlour Bracelet Ag 47 Shoes Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair Earrings Made by Stylist

Dress Whyred Ring AG47 Shoes Deihmann

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Video Art BY LORENA VILELA XX 2beMag

www.2bemag.com Fortiche Studio - CRAFT The video that we present you now, made in slow motion shows the process of mural “Car” by Spanish artist Liqen. A graffiti held in Guadalajara (Mexico) that deals with the meaning of the cars in this country: “Today, in Mexico, there is a kind of paranoid obsession with the production, sale and purchase of one of these beings with four wheels, giving the car the same attributes as a pet and even superimposed over human beings. . The car has the preference, with respect to pedestrians, but goes beyond that ... in many cases it serves to create disputes and differences of social rank, “says Liqen. The artist makes use of the visibility of this means of expression to raise a reflection of the values of the Mexican society. Raw Talents Issue XX

click to play video

Mar Mateu & photography by Victor Celdrán

Top Harvey Musin Leggins Calzedonia Short Boots Bruno Premi Stylist Laia Gomez Hair Style & Make Up Rebeca Torres for Inma Cifré Photo Assistant Dérek Pedrós Muse Míriam Pérez @ Pop House Production & Art Diretion Victor Celdrán Music Holographic People

Jacket Zazo&Brull Dress Hoss Intropia Earrings Agatha

Bracelet Furla Dress Pianura Studio Shoes Paco Gil

Blouse Tara Jarmon Skirt Guess Short Boots Buno Premi

Dress Mango Transparent Shirt American Apparel Tights Wolford Boots Casadei

Dress Harvey Musin Earrings La Boheme 1994

Dress Twin Set Cardigan Antik Batik Boots Sendra

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