Jessica Stam for Vogue Russia December 2010 by Greg Kadel

Jessica Stam is back in yet another Vogue for the December cover shoot of Vogue Russia. In front of Greg Kadel’s lens, Jessica roams the city streets in sleek and sexy ensembles featuring the work of Balmain, Valentino, Versace and others styled by fashion editor Ekaterina Mukhina.






31 Responses to “Jessica Stam for Vogue Russia December 2010 by Greg Kadel”

  1. Isabelaboechat Reply

    this kind of ‘confused’ mood has made the editorial so nice! as well as the great performance of jessica, always stunning!

  2. Notimpressed Reply

    Russian Vogue can you please hire REAL photographers? What is this? It looks as if someone save a highschooler an SLR and asked them to “hold it steady”. How about you invest in a tripod – this is not at all artistic. Since when did it become fashionable to publish bad pictures, if something isn’t done right it is not worth doing!
    Otherwise, I agree Stam looks fantastic.

    • Please check this out – http://fashiongonerogue.com/photographer/greg-kadel/ – perhaps you’ll find out then that Greg Kadel actually IS a real photographer, and if you can’t distinguish a cute unusual pic from a bad one and post a good comment, would you please not do that because as you’ve rightly put – if something isn’t done right it is not worth doing!

      • Notimpressed Reply

        speak for yourself… my comment is a simple observation that took me less than one second to write.. this photo shoot prob cost 1000s of dollars and countless hours
        I just saying…. i could take the same exact pic of jessica stam with my Sony 6 megapixels… NOT EVEN KIDDING

        • Unfortunately, you couldn’t. A 6-megapixel camera could not capture the clarity of Stam in these photos, not without luck. While the background has a motion blur (and it’s very obvious that it’s purposeful), Stam is in fact very crisp. In fact, I would venture to say that these images are composites, though I couldn’t be certain.

    • Are you new to fashion? and perhaps photography, everything you said makes no sense, greg kadel is a VERY established photographer and this is a deliberate slow shutter speed flash sync effect…

      • Notimpressed Reply

        yeaaa i know what he did.. he just shouldnt have done it/// look aweful!!! If i were jessica stam i’d be pissed

  3. Wow!! I always thought Jessica Stam looked gorgeous natural, but she’s beautiful working the glammed up look too! I especially liked the tailoring of the Versace dress and the Valentino frilled jacket.

  4. So pretty!
    BTW for these type of pics you actually need a tripod or very good pulse to hold the camara steady for the amount of time required for the exposure to capture the lights like this.

    MarielsCastle

  5. Mercura NYC for Mercura Sunglasses is really inspired having our eyewear in such glorious cinematic smolderingly seriously classic glamorous photos.
    Stacy Engman, the curator of the National Arts Club in NYC and otherwise international beauty also wears this pair of sculpted veiled glasses.
    Thank you for posting our work?

  6. Mercura NYC for Mercura Sunglasses is inspired having our eyewear in such glorious cinematic smolderingly seriously classic glamorous photos.
    Stacy Engman, the curator of the National Arts Club in NYC and otherwise international beauty also wears this pair of sculpted veiled glasses.
    Thank you for posting our work?

  7. Markgraf01 Reply

    Last picture in this set shows she’s had a boob job. What a pity.

  8. Markgraf01 Reply

    Last picture in this set shows she’s had a boob job. What a pity.

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