Jacquelyn Jablonski by Knoepfel & Indlekofer for Vogue Germany May 2011

The New MinimalJacquelyn Jablonski takes on minimal ensembles styled by fashion editor Nicola Knels for the latest edition of Vogue Germany. Lensed by Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer, Jacquelyn dons pieces from labels such as Balenciaga, Stella McCartney and Tom Ford.













source | Ziva @ TFS

19 Responses to “Jacquelyn Jablonski by Knoepfel & Indlekofer for Vogue Germany May 2011”

  1. really beautiful. i like the xerox copy effect. and jacquelyn is AMAZINGLY GORGEOUS!!!

  2. really beautiful. i like the xerox copy effect. and jacquelyn is AMAZINGLY GORGEOUS!!!

  3. anonymous Reply

    Are the scans bad or are the pictures supposed to look like this? If the scans just aren’t high quality, then this looks like a promising editorial.

  4. @ anonymous, I think it’s supposed to be this way and I love it! Great silhouettes, good job!

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  5. @ anonymous, I think it’s supposed to be this way and I love it! Great silhouettes, good job!

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  6. so bored with everybody using the term “the new minimal”. makes me cringe. there’s really nothing new about minimalism, it’s just been brought back again.

    • Exactly, it’s been “brought back again” thus making it a ‘new’ wave of minimalism. It’s called ‘new’ minimalism to differentiate it from the previous period of minimalism. No need to cringe

  7. I love her face, so lovely. The graininess of the editorial is perfect, and I’m glad they put the Prada piece in B&W. I’m SO TIRED of seeing it EVERYWHERE

  8. I love her face, so lovely. The graininess of the editorial is perfect, and I’m glad they put the Prada piece in B&W. I’m SO TIRED of seeing it EVERYWHERE

  9. I love her face, so lovely. The graininess of the editorial is perfect, and I’m glad they put the Prada piece in B&W. I’m SO TIRED of seeing it EVERYWHERE

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