Diane Kruger by Gregory Derkenne for Citizen K Fall 2011

Citizen DianeDiane Kruger puts out a strong front for the cover story of Citizen K’s fall issue shot at the Chateau Marmont. In front of Gregory Derkenne’s lens, Diane transforms into deviant vixen with seductive selects from stylist William Graper including the designs of Louis Vuitton, Sportmax, Yves Saint Laurent and Calvin Klein. Cinematic makeup by Hung Vanngo and strict hair by Giannandrea perfect the diva’s day in.

8 Responses to “Diane Kruger by Gregory Derkenne for Citizen K Fall 2011”

  1. i love black and this editorial is doing it for me in terms of styling
    kruger… she doesn’t even look like herself i this picture… like.. if i wasn’t told its kruger, i wouldn’t have known…
    my issue with this shoot is that you can’t really see the full effect of the clothes… 
    its alright…


  2. Yeah, I wouldn’t have known it was Ms Kruger if it didn’t say.  This editorial would have been great after Inglourious Basterds came out – it would make perfect sense!  My first thought was the correlation between the German Actress and the strict german stereotype

  3. Wow! These pictures are very scary! The woman has a very cold, lifeless face. 

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