Mirte Maas by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Japan April 2011

Oh Sailor – Fashion editor Sabino Pantone uses sailor style as inspiration for his latest work in Vogue Japan’s April issue. Starring Mirte Maas photographed by Andreas Sjodin, pieces from labels such as Ralph Lauren, Bottega Veneta and Balenciaga get the nautical treatment in the jovial shoot.








22 Responses to “Mirte Maas by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Japan April 2011”

    • Why not? It provides a different aesthetic than we’re used to. Variety is good.

  1. anonymous Reply

    Cute, but it reminds me a little of a lookbook because she is in the same place the whole time. But, I guess it is something different.

  2. anonymous Reply

    Cute, but it reminds me a little of a lookbook because she is in the same place the whole time. But, I guess it is something different.

  3. anonymous Reply

    Cute, but it reminds me a little of a lookbook because she is in the same place the whole time. But, I guess it is something different.

  4. Anastasia Beverhausen Reply

    Stand in the corner and sell the hell out of that garment Mirte! Work!

  5. Dora Flamb Reply

    Isn’t it a little tactless to do an editorial with a marine/navy theme in Japanese Vogue given recent events?

    • You do know that stories are usually shot three to four months in advance before they go to print, right? And since this is from the April issue, it would also be published before the earthquake.

    • You do know that stories are usually shot three to four months in advance before they go to print, right? And since this is from the April issue, it would also be published before the earthquake.

  6. My fav sailor theme! very youthful, playful and effortless styling…colors are clean and summery…

    the whole editorial offers hedonistic spirit…

    always a fan of VOGUE Nippon, and surely will still be…

    and those Prada oxfords! just marvelous! so sad they were sold out everywhere….it takes 8 weeks to wait for a new pair!

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  7. the styling is great, but again its another super tame story for vogue japan. i hope they return to their edgy roots…

  8. Anonymous Reply

    Its unusual for me to see her so commercial looking, and im not saying that in a negative way. She beautiful displays clothes. Still HATE the Prada shoes though.

  9. Anonymous Reply

    Its unusual for me to see her so commercial looking, and im not saying that in a negative way. She beautiful displays clothes. Still HATE the Prada shoes though.

  10. im absolutely obsessed with these prada shoes but they’re sold out all over Europe and NY!!!

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