Bridget Satterlee

 

The ability to capture a model’s personality through a photograph is something Martin Rusch has down to a T. Paired with great natural lighting and a cool mix of backdrops, the results will leave you wanting even more (as we constantly do!). Needless to say we are in love. Thank you, Martin for your beautiful work!

Martin Rusch, Nous Models, Zelly Dugan

Martin Rusch, Nous Models, Taylor Hannum

 Martin Rusch

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The Models

Bridget // Tereza // Polina // Zelly // Davia // Alexis // Jocelyn // Ashley // Monica // Taylor

 

From a double-page spread in Cosmopolitan Magazine to the walls of the store itself, we’ve been seeing our girl Bridget Satterlee in her newest AE campaign EVERYWHERE. November is pretty much our favorite time to shop (because with the holidays coming up we can justify going downright shop crazy), and these cozy fall outfits are to die for! Hands-down our favorite puffers, sweaters, sweatshirts and denim of the season. To be fair, AE has our favorite denim every season, but that’s beside the point.

Anyway, it simply does not get more classic than Bridget in American Eagle; that smile, that plaid- it’s a match made in fashion heaven. We’re especially loving the Neon Lemon Get Down Hooded Puffer Jacket paired with the plaid boyfriend shirt, it’s an unexpected combo but it WORKS!

Excuse us while we go buy every piece (which you totally can do too by clicking through our links at the bottom). In the meantime, feast your eyes on the beautiful Bridget Satterlee for American Eagle Outfitters.

 

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SHOP THE LOOKS

LOOK 1:

Graphic Tee 

Skinny Jeans

On the Male Model:

Graphic Tee

Jeans 

LOOK 2:

Red Plaid Jacket

Jean Jacket

Skinny Jeans

Boots

Socks

LOOK 3:

Flannel Shirt

Striped Undershirt

Beanie 

Skinny Jeans

Boots

Puffy Jacket 

On the Male Model:

Collar Shirt

Jeans

 

Shop till you drop at www.ae.com and follow American Eagle on Instagram.

Take a look at Bridget’s portfolio and follow her on Instagram.

Ed, words can’t describe how much we love you, and love working with you. Over the last year we’ve laughed, grown, oo-ed and ah-ed at your fantastic work, and it’s about time we thank you properly! You’ve become a staple here at Nous, and we can’t wait to see what the next year brings.

Here’s a time warp of Ed’s work with Nous, starting with Wase in November of 2013, all the way through today. Cheers to you, Ed.

Ed McGowan

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The Models

Wase // Holly // Naty // Angela // Cat // Shawna // Alexah // Caralee // Jocelyn // Alena // Zelly // Amber // Bridget // Faith // Sydney // Allison 

We  got such a great response from our last feature on the amazing artists that have been inspired by our girls to create really beautiful pieces of art that we decided to make this an ongoing thing.  We’re going to continue to give shout outs to all of you who create art using our girls as muses.  This time around we’d like to give major props to: @matt_smiley, @juliano_strino, @nickonken, @creativeseven, @unknown_x_artist, @niya_art, @bugiman, @rasfader, @xmariav, and @ruslan_mustapaev_.  You guys rock!

Want us to share your sketch, graphic art, or painting? Tag @Nousmodels and hashtag #MyNousWork on Instagram or Twitter for us to spot and share your artwork as inspired by the ladies of Nous Models.

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This article is reposted from Byrdie.com.

If the thought of covering your face in skeleton makeup makes you giddy, then this is not the tutorial for you. But if you’re looking for a Halloween makeup look that’s pretty and wearable, rather than frightening and time-intensive, read on! This year, we suggest using the occasion as an excuse to wear dramatic false eyelashes, play with runway-inspired faux freckles, and paint on as much pink makeup as you please. To bring the vision to life, we asked celebrity makeup artist Lauren Andersen to create a doll-inspired Halloween look that’s easy to copy.

Scroll through to see the step-by-step tutorial on how to be a doll this Halloween (in the least creepy way possible)!

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Before
Start with a flawless, even complexion. Skip any foundation that promises a luminous or radiant finish—dolls pretty much keep it matte. And don’t go crazy highlighting and contouring. A small amount of matte bronzer in the hollows of your cheeks is all you need.

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Step 1: White Eye Shadow
Using a flat brush, pack white eye shadow onto your entire eyelid and carry the color down along the lower lash line.

 

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Step 2: White Eyeliner
To make your peepers pop even more, apply white eyeliner to your waterline and the inners corners of your eyes. Andersen recommends using MAC’s Eye Kohl ($16) in Fascinating to get this wide-eyed look.

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Step 3: False Lashes
Full, fluttery, doll-like eyelashes are the next order of business. First, apply strip lashes to your top lash line. Just measure them to your eye and trim the excess before applying. Andersen also says it’s important to let the glue sit and get tacky for a few seconds. Then, use tweezers to perfectly place individual lashes all along your lower lash line.

Need more tips on how to apply false lashes flawlessly? Check Andersen’s tutorial here.

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Step 4: Bright Blush
Swirl a peachy pink blush, like Laura Mercier’s Crème Cheek Color ($25) in Sunrise, onto just the apples of your cheeks. Crack a smile to find the apples of your cheeks, and use circular motions to concentrate the color there.

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Step 5: Faux Freckles
To create doll-like freckles, use brown gel eyeliner and a precision brush, or a sharp brown eye pencil. Sprinkle them across your nose and cheeks, making them different sizes and varying the strength of color. If one gets too dark, Andersen says you can just press the spot with your finger a few times to soften it.

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Step 6: Pink Lipstick
Finish off your doll-inspired makeup look with a bright pink lip. Skip gloss, and go with matte or semi-matte lipstick. Try Chanel’s Rouge Allure Velvet Luminous Matte Lip Colour ($35) in La Diva.

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Done!
And that’s it—you’re Halloween ready!

*Just add bow.

 

As seen on  www.byrdie.com

Photographer: Justin Coit

Makeup Artist: Lauren Andersen

Hairstylist: Gregory Russell


Manicurist: Barbara Warner


Producer: Jenna Peffley

Model: Bridget Satterlee

Fashion credits: Topshop Collar Top ($50) in Black

 

Take a look at Bridget’s portfolio and follow her on Instagram.

Cover Photo Late August always brings a few things, but two of our favorites are the MTV VMA’s and the Primetime Emmy Awards! There’s just something about a venue full of celebrities focused entirely on fashion and entertainment that gets us looking forward to this week every year! Inspired by all of the old Hollywood glamour award shows bring to mind, photographer Melanie Rains collaborated with hair and makeup artist Phoenix and our girl Bridget Satterlee to produce this photo shoot and video that they titled, “Starlet”.

You can find this amazingly beautiful photographer behind and in front of the camera. Melanie Rains is a fashion, portrait and headshot photographer based in the Los Angeles area as well as a talented model and actress! Shooting everyone from entertainment professionals to aspiring models and everyday people- she’s young, fun, and extra talented. Check out her full portfolio here. To get your own vibrant head shots or test photos, just shoot her an email! It’s melrainsphoto@gmail.com.

Not on the west coast? We got you! Bicoastal, New Orleans-based hair and makeup artist Phoenix Rose does it all. Perfecting everything from every-day maintenance to fashion photo shoots and weddings, book an appointment with Phoenix by visiting her website.