Jun 2015 19


Posted In Fashion

The Prestige, by Sophia Lenore


Prestige Artists is an international team of hairstylists, makeup artists, wardrobe stylists and photographers lead by creative director Sophia Lenore. Prestige Artists represent and foster the careers of the highest caliber talent in photography, creative direction, styling and beauty. With offices in Miami, and Berlin, Prestige Artists provides a full range of services to both its worldwide exclusive artists and clients, including full photo shoot production, syndication and licensing as well as the development of special projects such as recording artists and exhibitions.

We are looking for two detail-oriented and enthusiastic interns who are creative organized individuals for a minimum 3-month internship

The ideal applicant must have expertise in social and digital media across platforms such as Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest and must be able to effectively execute social media efforts, as well as contribute to the development of the company blog. There are many opportunities to work on site with our artists, so photography, filming/editing skills are preferred but not required. This is a great opportunity to learn from a team of some of the most uniquely creative individuals in the industry and gain exposure to other amazing creatives from around the world. The applicant must be attentive to detail, a strong writer, and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be located in Miami.

Commitment: 15 hours per week

Position classification: Unpaid internship


  • Available a minimum of three to four days per week
  • Punctual attendance from 10:30am to 6pm
  • Knowledge of MAC platform and Photoshop
  • Must be able to multitask in a fast paced environment
  • Must be highly organized and proactive
  • Must be responsive and efficient in handling daily requests
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Interest & knowledge of beauty, fashion, publishing and digital media including leading magazines and fashion blogs/ websites
  • Thorough research and organization skills



  • Filing all Photos of artists work in physical archive
  • Uploading and organizing Look books archive and digital archive
  • Creating and Editing artists portfolios when needed
  • Assisting with production tasks; car services, catering, hotel reservations
  • Arranging for messengers
  • Assisting with creative research
  • Help on photo shoot set when needed
  • Outreach to brands for fashion/ beauty/ runway collaborations
  • Creating Collages in Photoshop
  • Day-to-Day Organizational Tasks
  • Pickups and Loan Returns
  • Graphic Design
  • Writing Copy
  • Photo-shoot setup and assistance
  • Operational Assistance and Website Maintenance
  • Work in tandem with PR team in setting and creating promotional packages/editor gifting/ EPK kits
  • E-commerce, web development
  • PR, special events, trunk shows
  • photo editing, videography


Start Date: As soon as possible

This internship is part-time. School schedules can be accommodated, however candidates must be available a minimum of 15 hours per week.

To apply, please send your resume to BERLIN@PRESTIGE-ARTISTS.COM or Sophia@Sophia-Lenore.com


Jun 2015 20
Uzo Aduba as Crazy Eyes from Orange Is The New Black

Uzo Aduba as Crazy Eyes from Orange Is The New Black

Taylor Schilling and Uzo Aduba on the time they saw Beyoncé in Paris.

Uzo Abuba’s hair by celebrity hair & makeup artist Sophia Lenore @PrestigeArtists


Uzo Aduba as Crazy Eyes from Orange Is The New Black

Uzo Aduba as Crazy Eyes from Orange Is The New Black


Jun 2015 27

Make it stop! The mesh dress.Comments Off

Posted In Fashion

Make it stop!  The mesh dress.
by Prestige Artist Abs Petit.

It’s Saturday night, and like any 20 something that chooses to stay inside because your kidneys and pockets are at a disagreement, I am Instabrowsing. (The act of spending what might be hours on instagram looking for the 3 B’s. “Blogs, brands and Bae.”) And you can’t have a complete insta-sesh without running into a few of the boutiques.

 An influx of names with cliche terms such as “Couture” or “House of” this and “High end” that. We get it. You’re a fashion boutique. And you can’t be a fully operating social media retailer without having that one item in stock; the mesh dress.


You know what I’m talkin’ about. The one you’ve seen on every #BirthdayBehavior pic, video vixen and instagram model. It comes in a wide array of colors with just enough fabric and beaded applique to cover your vag, nips and crack. I motion this trend be put to rest or rather the shelves, at least for a few decades. Then make its rounds 20 years from now, like the surprising return of 90′s inspired strap sandals at ZARA.


The style has developed a tacky stigma. Not much thought goes into putting an outfit together that consist of a dress with opaque fabric on the wrists, buttocks, breasts and vaginal region. It was creative and bold when it was introduced, but now vaguely lazy and redundant. I’m all for the quick, go-to dress for those last minute rendezvous at club Story, but we’re in need of another microwavable option for cocktail this year. Next!

So what are your thoughts about this fashion trend?
Do you still love it? Or do you agree with Abs and you desperately want it to stop!
Leave you comment below for Abs Petit.
-by Prestige Artist Abs Petit.
Beyonce in the mesh dress
Miley Cyrus in the mesh dress

Miley Cyrus in the mesh dress




Kim Kardashian in the mesh dress

Kim Kardashian in the mesh dress


Actress Joanna Krupa in the mesh dress

Actress Joanna Krupa in the mesh dress


Kim Kardashian in White Mesh Dress

Kim Kardashian in White Mesh Dress


Jun 2015 28
Knotted Shirts: The Easiest Styling Trick To Slim Your Silhouette.
By Prestige Artist Raul A.
Edited by Sophia Lenore


One of the most difficult parts of the body to hide or conceal is the waistline. There is so much pressure to look slim and thin; the appearance of the waistline can really make or break your silhouette. If your a woman that likes, or admires clothing that provides a good-fit and shows off your silhouette, but your feeling a bit body conscience and need some tricks to look slimmer this post is for you!


As a professional wardrobe stylist, it is my job to trick the eye to make an outfit look great. One of my favorite slim-down tricks to hid a not-so-slim waistline is to wear big shirts knotted at the waistline.

While I was in Tokyo on a styling job, I was fascinated by how the locals mastered this trick. While observing the locals in Tokyo I learned so many new ways to wear knotted shirts to cover a curvier waist. Check out the photos below to see how to rock this trend correctly and look slimmer in the process.

So, do you like this trend?
Will you try rocking a knotted shirt?
Or is this trend not for you? If so, why?
Please leave your comments below.

-By Prestige Artist Raul A.