Arianne Phillips blends Disney magic with fashionable sensibility in the December issue of Vogue Germany with “Minni Im Wunderland”. Photographed by Mark Seliger, the playful layout features Chanel Iman in a desert setting filled with elephants and open blue skies.
Model Credits: Chanel Iman, Coco Rocha, Imogen Morris Clarke, Daul Kim, Natasha Poly, Liu Wen, Viktoriya Sasonkina, Anna Selezneva, Anna Kuchkina and Tara Gill
Photographer Camilla Akrans makes us think of spending a day in the tropics with this recent shoot from the holiday editon of The New York Times Style Magazine, T. Styled by Anne Christensen in resort looks by Prada, Marc Jacobs and Lanvin, model Karmen Pedaru turns up the heat in Akrans’ “Climate Change”.
Elisa Sednaoui of D’Management Group is joined by Bianca Balti and Luca Gadjus for a festive editorial in the latest issue of Vogue Germany. Photographed by Vincent Peters, the shoot is not short on personality. Capturing intimate moments with the wedding party, the editorial’s celebratory mood is infectious.
Anja Rubik makes the perfect cover girl for Viva! Moda‘s fall issue with her vibrant personality and seductive playfulness. Set on the beach with photographer Marcin Tyszka, Anja appears to be having a ball in sleek looks styled by Jola Czaja.
Chanel Iman gets into the holiday spirit for H&M magazine’s winter issue with “Effets de Surprise”. Shot by Terry Richardson and styled by George Cortina, the jovial layout features Chanel unwrapping Christmas goodies while decked out in oversized jewelry.
Photographed by David Burton, Elisa Sednaoui of D’Management Group takes the December Elle Extra by storm. Quite the vixen, Elisa shows off gowns and accessories that are just the right fit for the holiday season.
Fashion editor Christine Arp and photographer Alexi Lubomirski take this month’s Vogue Germany all the way back to the 1920s with “Indochine”. Full of cinematic drama, the layout stars cover girls Luca Gadjus and Karolin Wolter as two high-society ladies with a pair handsome lovers.