Anna Maria Jagodzinska by Lachlan Bailey for Vogue China June 2010

With a cool combination of romantic hues paired with a dusky background, photographer Lachlan Bailey delivers one dreamy story for his latest work in Vogue China June. Styled by Anne Christensen in light and airy garments from the likes of Fendi, Calvin Klein and Stella McCartney, model Anna Maria Jagodzinska gets leggy in Kiss the Sky.








72 Responses to “Anna Maria Jagodzinska by Lachlan Bailey for Vogue China June 2010”

    • It’s just the elements all together are not nice, they need to be tweaked, AnnaJ is my fav and I like the photog, so it’s not a bias, I just think..

  1. i love the colors and Anna. I love the editorials in vogue china

  2. i love the colors and Anna. I love the editorials in vogue china

  3. i love the colors and Anna. I love the editorials in vogue china

  4. i love the colors and Anna. I love the editorials in vogue china

  5. sparkling25 Reply

    love the palette too, anna maria is gorgeous
    VIVA PHOTOSHOP :(
    not tooooooooo much in this case though

  6. sparkling25 Reply

    love the palette too, anna maria is gorgeous
    VIVA PHOTOSHOP :(
    not tooooooooo much in this case though

  7. I like the earthiness of the pastel hues, contrasted with the little punches of jewel brightness. Unusual combination.

  8. I like the earthiness of the pastel hues, contrasted with the little punches of jewel brightness. Unusual combination.

  9. I like the earthiness of the pastel hues, contrasted with the little punches of jewel brightness. Unusual combination.

  10. I like the earthiness of the pastel hues, contrasted with the little punches of jewel brightness. Unusual combination.

  11. I like the pastel coloring of the subject, but would have been happier if everything didn't look like it as under exposed 2/3 of a stop.

    • It's not so much that as the direction and texture of the light combined with the makeup is too… well… chino-flatness… and to make it worse they have pulled up the shadows.

      It's just the elements all together are not nice, they need to be tweaked, AnnaJ is my fav and I like the photog, so it's not a bias, I just think…. well, imagine if the hair was wet and down… even that one thing would make the whole thing work a bit better. ALSO all the pastels… ugh! It works and has some meaning in Vogue Italia/VP maybe, but we see too much of it for decades with little or no variation out of China/Korea/etc.

      Again it's a failure in Sino-Eastern tastes that they are so conservative.

    • It's not so much that as the direction and texture of the light combined with the makeup is too… well… chino-flatness… and to make it worse they have pulled up the shadows.

      It's just the elements all together are not nice, they need to be tweaked, AnnaJ is my fav and I like the photog, so it's not a bias, I just think…. well, imagine if the hair was wet and down… even that one thing would make the whole thing work a bit better. ALSO all the pastels… ugh! It works and has some meaning in Vogue Italia/VP maybe, but we see too much of it for decades with little or no variation out of China/Korea/etc.

      Again it's a failure in Sino-Eastern tastes that they are so conservative.

    • It's not so much that as the direction and texture of the light combined with the makeup is too… well… chino-flatness… and to make it worse they have pulled up the shadows.

      It's just the elements all together are not nice, they need to be tweaked, AnnaJ is my fav and I like the photog, so it's not a bias, I just think…. well, imagine if the hair was wet and down… even that one thing would make the whole thing work a bit better. ALSO all the pastels… ugh! It works and has some meaning in Vogue Italia/VP maybe, but we see too much of it for decades with little or no variation out of China/Korea/etc.

      Again it's a failure in Sino-Eastern tastes that they are so conservative.

  12. I like the pastel coloring of the subject, but would have been happier if everything didn't look like it as under exposed 2/3 of a stop.

  13. I like the pastel coloring of the subject, but would have been happier if everything didn't look like it as under exposed 2/3 of a stop.

  14. I like the pastel coloring of the subject, but would have been happier if everything didn't look like it as under exposed 2/3 of a stop.

    • It's not so much that as the direction and texture of the light combined with the makeup is too… well… chino-flatness… and to make it worse they have pulled up the shadows.

      It's just the elements all together are not nice, they need to be tweaked, AnnaJ is my fav and I like the photog, so it's not a bias, I just think…. well, imagine if the hair was wet and down… even that one thing would make the whole thing work a bit better. ALSO all the pastels… ugh! It works and has some meaning in Vogue Italia/VP maybe, but we see too much of it for decades with little or no variation out of China/Korea/etc.

      Again it's a failure in Sino-Eastern tastes that they are so conservative.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *