Anja Rubik is 70s Glam for Vogue Japan June 2013 by Katja Rahwles

A Bohemian Calling – Letting out her inner bohemian, model Anja Rubik graces the pages of Vogue Japan’s June issue in seventies-inspired regalia complete with decorative jewelry and platform sandals. Photographer Katja Rahlwes captures the Polish beauty in loose silhouettes and colorful prints from labels such as Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent, Gucci and Salvatore Ferragamo amongst others chosen by fashion editor Sissy Vian. / Hair by Luke Hersheson, Makeup by Georgina Graham

9 Responses to “Anja Rubik is 70s Glam for Vogue Japan June 2013 by Katja Rahwles”

  1. this whole aesthetic is boring, easy, and we have seen enough of it. I’m not talking specifically about the dresses, but the whole styling/photography.

  2. why all the negativity?~because she’s ‘polish’ maybe- your comments are ‘sick and boring’~~ really >> a fashion following website> designers have something on all of you~ you ALL need to go back to design school

    • Personnally, I’ve no problem with Anja as a model or the fact that she’s Polish. Personnally, I don’t like this shoot because of the photography and styling. I’ve also never gone to design school.

    • Yawn. You bore me. You need to back to grammar school and learn how to read. And while you’re at it, look up the word “opinion” and get back to us with a more intelligent, thoughtful response to this discussion.

  3. Not digging the photography, not digging Anja with bangs, and certainly not digging the styling !

  4. Really not a fan of this style photography- its very been there done that for however many years,its not unique and different anymore. Still love Anja though of course, as stunning as ever.

    Alice Luker Fashion Photographer

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