Noah by Anouk Nitsche for Fashion Gone Rogue

Noah – Inspired by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, photographer Anouk Nitsche captures Noah in colorful dresses and sparkling gems for FGR’s most recent exclusive. Wearing pieces from labels such as Missoni, Just Cavalli and Miss Sixty styled by Patrycja Juraszczyk, Noah is a stunning vision in a rustic indoor setting. Red lips and floral hair accessories by beauty artist Oliva complete the romantic ensembles.

Fringed Top Pinko, Shorts Tara Jarmon, Necklace Adele Cany, Bracelets Swarovski, Earrings Just Cavalli

Blouse Tara Jarmon, Long Skirt Sita Murt, Embellished Skirt Manoush, Necklace Swarovski, Bracelet Just Cavalli

Blouse Tara Jarmon, Necklace Swarovski

Dress Tara Jarmon, Jewelry Thomas Sabo

(This Page & Next) Jumpsuit Paul & Joe Sister, Belt Antik Batik, Necklace Adele Cany, Bracelet Just Cavalli, Earrings & Ring Swarovski


Dress (worn as top) Sita Murt, Skirt Missoni, Necklace Adele Cany, Bracelet Twin-Set, Earrings Swarovski

Dress (worn underneath) Twin-Set, Dress with Ruffles Missoni, Belt Pinko, Clogs Twin-Set, Snake Necklace Just Cavalli, Necklace Swarovski, Ring Miss Sixty

Dress Sita Murt, Necklace Adele Cany

(This Page & Next) Dress (worn underneath) Twin-Set, Dress with Ruffles Missoni, Belt Pinko, Snake Necklace Just Cavalli, Necklace Swarovski, Ring Miss Sixty


Dress (worn underneath) Twin-Set, Dress with Ruffles Missoni, Belt Pinko, Snake Necklace Just Cavalli, Necklace Swarovski, Ring Miss Sixty

Dress Manoush, Bracelets Scee by Twin-Set

Photographs by Anouk Nitsche
Styling by Patrycja Juraszczyk
Hair and Makeup by Olivia using Christian Dior & Yanguas professional
Model: Noah @ Uno Barcelona

11 Responses to “Noah by Anouk Nitsche for Fashion Gone Rogue”

  1. Beautifully fantastic editorial.  Especially love the mixing of studio, locations, processing.  It all works great together.

  2. Wow, proud of this great Dutch fashion model. Great beauty artist and photographer!
    Keep it up and things look ‘rosy’ again…

    Mariette’s Back to Basics

  3. Though I love Frida Kahlo and generally like the aesthetic of the editorial, it completely misses the point that Kahlo was a coloured woman artist who was greatly influenced by Mexican and indigenous culture.

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