Tag Archives: kids fashion editorials

Let’s Celebrate!

I want to wish you all very happy holidays and a wonderful new year!  Let’s celebrate families, however they come to be “family”, and what that means to each of us.  

All my best wishes to you and yours; xo  Allana

Photography by Allana Wesley White    www.allanawesleywhite.com

Hair and makeup by Colleen Stone of Blush and Beyond   www.blushandbeyond.com

Styling by Laura Taylor  www.laurataylorstylist.com

Gowns and skirt by Swedroe by Ariel  www.swedroebyariel.com

Models are twins Price and Wesley with Elite Models Miami,  Alecsa and Dylan with MP Mega Model Management Miami, and twins Kylie and Hannah with Soleil Kids.  And sweet Fina, the giant schnauzer.

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My New Teen Denim Editorial in Circus Magazine

 

It has been a busy few months and the tear sheets are beginning to come in, and the schedule is filling up with beauty, fitness and fashion productions.  This editorial is from Circus Magazine and Showstyle Kids, and features teen supermodels Tèa Elbaz and Dylan Barron, wearing all the latest denim trends for winter, from brands like Zara, Diesel, Ralph Lauren, Gap, Abercrombie and Blu Lua, styled by the amazing Chad Tucker of Wilhelmina Artists.  Hair and makeup is by Colleen Stone, also from Wilhelmina Artists.  Check out Tèa’s braids!

I will have so many more productions to share with you all soon!  Have a great week!

Photography:  Allana Wesley White Photography  www.allanawesleywhite.com

Child Supermodel Tea Elbaz tells us about her world

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Meet Téa Elbaz, of one my muses.  Tea has the most mesmerizing gaze and an exoticism that is totally unique to her.  Believe me when I say that she is just getting started, even though she has been modeling since she was a small child.  Not simply a pretty face, Tea is a scholar and is routinely the top of her class, balancing school work with modeling, and all the other activities typical to girls her age.

Can you remember your first modeling job?

Yes,  I was four and I remember doing a shoot for winter clothes during summer :/

What is your favorite sort of shoot – for example: lots of energy/commercial sort of job, or quiet, moody editorial with a fashion edge?

I like the commercial sort of jobs because I usually meet more people and they are just fun 😀

What was your most interesting booking and why?

I once did a photo shoot for costumes and I had to be “Avatar”.  We spent over two hours on the makeup 😉

What is the signature “Tea” look?

I am not sure but I believe it is either a moody, kind of spooky, twinkly eyes, or, the laughing out loud shots 😉

What do you dream of doing when you grow up?

I have no idea yet, but I have a while to figure that out 😉

What would your dream shoot be:  location,  concept, etc.?

I have already had my dream shoot!  I always wanted to have a shoot with my best friend.  Probably a colorful wall because it makes such a cool back ground 😉  (Note: Téa is sweet – we did that shoot together and it was a blast 😉

Sometimes modeling means a lot of time spent waiting for the light, for the set-up, or other shots to be completed, etc. What do you do to keep busy?

I usually keep busy by chatting with my friends if they are there, doing homework, or playing on my phone with this app called “Polyvore” which is an app where you can create your own outfits! 😉

Best advice for new kids or teens models:

My best advice is probably just to not be shy in front of the camera and to have fun!!!  ;-D

Téa has been featured in Vogue Bambini Magazine, Chasing Fireflies, Macy’s, JC Penney, Next Directory, Journal du Dimanche, L’Aubanerie, IKKS, Hutton-Miller Productions, D Magazine, La Petit Magazine, A Magazine, and Carter’s.  This season is going to be huge for Téa!