Julie Rode by Signe Vilstrup for Elle Denmark

Of the Forest – Julie Rode leads a trio of wood nymphs for the April cover shoot of Elle Denmark lensed by Signe Vilstrup. Alongside Maria Palm Lyduch and Solveig Mørk Hansen, the Danish beauty sport the spring designs of Stella McCartney, D&G, Akris and others with floral accessories.












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source | TFS

18 Responses to “Julie Rode by Signe Vilstrup for Elle Denmark”

  1. This was shot at Kew Gardens Palm House Conservatory in London. x

    • I’m pretty sure it was shot in the botanical garden in Copenhagen…..
      I live here in Denmark and I have the magazine with this photoshoot and cover, and in the magazine it says, it was shot in the botanical garden in Denmark :3

      The pictures are gorgeos in my opinion, but it’s a little sad that the quality of the pictures aren’t as good as they are in the magazine.

      xxCaroline
      thefashionfrog.blogspot.com

      • you must be right. its just that i went to an event at Palm house in Kew Gardens a couple week ago and the stair cases and white railing etc are exacty the same! Beautiful setting none the less.

        I would love to see this in HD x

        • Caroline Reply

          I agree, beautiful surroundings no matter what ^^ Palm House in Kew Gardens sounds quite amazing if it looks a little like this 😉 I have never been to the botanica garden in Copenhagen, but I hope that I’ll be able to go to one of the places in the future :)

    • I’m pretty sure it was shot in the botanical garden in Copenhagen…..
      I live here in Denmark and I have the magazine with this photoshoot and cover, and in the magazine it says, it was shot in the botanical garden in Denmark :3

      The pictures are gorgeos in my opinion, but it’s a little sad that the quality of the pictures aren’t as good as they are in the magazine.

      xxCaroline
      thefashionfrog.blogspot.com

  2. Lovely. So unfortunate that someone went overboard Photoshopping the neck of the girl on the left in both the first and the last (cover) photos! They ruined an otherwise perfect editorial.

    • Caroline Reply

      I agree, it’s too bad if they photoshopped it, but I’m not sure they did. On the other pictures her neck is really long too.
      So they must have photoshopped it, or she just have a very long neck 😉

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