Trending: Color – Vogue Russia looks back to the nineties for a story of colorful street style featured in the publication’s November issue. In front of Max Abadian’s lens, Samantha Gradoville stands out in neon-hued pieces selected by Melaney Oldenhof which feature the work of Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia by Sonia Rykiel and Michael Kors amongst others. / Makeup by Hung Vanngo, Hair by Keith Carpenter, Manicure by Myrdith Leon-McCormack
Diva of Orleans – The November issue of Vogue Russia offers a story of luxurious outerwear photographed by Richard Bush (Trouble Management) and featuring Kristina Salinovic. A natural landscape sets the stage for Kristina’s autumn outing featuring a wardrobe of standout pieces from the likes of Balmain, Givenchy, Fendi, Yves Saint Laurent and Tom Ford chosen by Sarah Richardson. / Casting by Barbara Nicoli & Leila Ananna @ Trouble Management, Hair by Ed Moelands, Makeup by Mickael Noiselet
Jacket Required – No stranger to androgynous style, cover girl Arizona Muse sports menswear-inspired shapes from the fall collections in Vogue Russia’s November issue. In front of Richard Bush’s (Trouble Management) lens, Arizona gets clad in a wardrobe of standout silhouettes from the likes of Stella McCartney, Balmain, Celine, Balenciaga and Ralph Lauren selected by Sarah Richardson. A boyish coif by hair stylist James Pecis and smoky eyes by makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds bring a sleek finish to the modern ensembles. / Casting by Barbara Nicoli & Leila Ananna @ Trouble Management
Strict & Sleek – Arizona Muse graces the November issue of Vogue Russia wearing menswear inspired tailoring and a slicked back coif, photographed by Richard Bush.
Winter Lady – In front of Patrick Demarchelier’s lens, model Frida Gustavsson lives the luxe life in winter furs and embellished dresses for the October issue of Vogue Russia. Styled by Ekaterina Mukhina, the Swedish stunner revels in the designs of Emilio Pucci, Versus by Versace, Stella McCartney and Michael Kors amongst others. Frida’s winter looks are perfected by a raven coif courtesy of hair stylist Fernando Torrent and plum lips by makeup artist Yasuo Yoshikawa.
Trip-Hop – Photographer Richard Bush (Trouble Management) lenses this ode to prints and patterns for the October issue of Vogue Russia featuring Jourdan Dunn. Decorative selects from the likes of Stella McCartney, Acne, Prada, Kenzo, Dries van Noten, Emilio Pucci, and Chloé are styled by Veronique Didry to show off this season’s love affair with unbridled, elegant print. / Makeup by Mathias Van Hooff @ MFA, Hair by Raphael Salley @ Streeters, Manicure by Charlene Coquard @ Artlist
The Shine of Couture – Jacquelyn Jablonski drips in diamonds and couture for the October issue of Vogue Russia, lensed by Catherine Servel. Wearing an array of dazzling looks from the likes of Givenchy, Jil Sander and Giambattista Valli Haute Couture; Jacquelyn showcases opulence at its finest with Ekaterina Mukhina’s elegant selects. On beauty are makeup artist Alice Ghendrih and hair stylist Christian Eberhard.
Charm and Glam – Marking her sixth cover of Vogue Russia. Natalia Vodianova graces the publication’s September issue looking glam in jewels and retro curls. Mario Testino captured the Russian beauty for the new issue which hits stores later this month.
Somber Feeling – Continuing to show off her new ‘do, Patricia van der Vliet stars in Catherine Servel’s high gloss jewelry shoot featured in the August issue of Vogue Russia. Karen Langley styles the brunette in lace and sheer pieces which complement an array of sparkling jewels. On beauty are hair stylist Kevin Ryan and makeup artist Lisa Houghton with gothic inspired hues.
A Blank Slate – Shot for the July cover shoot of Vogue Russia, Lily Donaldson sports a wardrobe of ivory and structured pieces photographed by Richard Bush (Trouble Management). Stylist Sarah Richardson selects designs from the likes of Christopher Kane, Haider Ackermann, Jil Sander, Lanvin and others for Lily to wear in the studio shoot. Slicked back hair by Rita Marmor and understated makeup by Frederik Stambro complete the minimal ensembles.