Freja Beha Erichsen by Karl Lagerfeld for Vogue Germany

Karl Lagerfeld contributes yet another editorial to the 30th anniversary issue of Vogue Germany with, “Asta Nielsen”. “Nielsen” is inspired by the early 20th century film actress by the same name, and showcases models Freja Beha Erichsen and Baptiste Giabiconi in designs by Moschino, Dior and of course–Chanel.

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6 Responses to “Freja Beha Erichsen by Karl Lagerfeld for Vogue Germany”

  1. His work is alright, but I’d like to see the Kaiser take some splashy colored prints. Then again, stark b&w portraiture is his style.

  2. His work is alright, but I’d like to see the Kaiser take some splashy colored prints. Then again, stark b&w portraiture is his style.

  3. His work is alright, but I’d like to see the Kaiser take some splashy colored prints. Then again, stark b&w portraiture is his style.

  4. His work is alright, but I’d like to see the Kaiser take some splashy colored prints. Then again, stark b&w portraiture is his style.

  5. His work is alright, but I’d like to see the Kaiser take some splashy colored prints. Then again, stark b&w portraiture is his style.

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