2010 has been a year filled with retro inspired editorials. With sophisticated and feminine garments from the likes of Prada, Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu–the fall 2010 season had its fair share of 50s houswives and 60s divas. From Vogue Germany’s time traveling homage to musicians to Elle UK’s dance marathon, paying homage to yesterday’s fashions was all the rage.
The fall-winter edition of Arise is out and models Ajak and Ataui Deng get close and cozy in masculine inspired pieces with Le Rendez-vouz. In front of John-Paul Pietrus’ lens, Aja and Ataui don tailored garments from the likes of Cerruti, Moschino and Viktor & Rolf styled by Sabrina Henry.
Sam Hessamian captures blonde beauty Merethe Hopland in a intimate portrait series inspired by Jean Seberg
Sara Blomqvist settles into what looks like a nice, warm and fur-filled winter for Exit’s fall-winter issue. Photographed by Willem Jaspert and styled by Sam Ranger, Sara wears lush coats and jackets from the likes of Christopher Kane, Burberry, Mulberry and others in The Bare Necessities.
The black widow serves as inspiration for former model Julie Healy’s latest work in Karen Magazine. Starring Laura Gorun and Rachel Joy, the dark spread features a wardrobe of all black with crimson accents styled by fashion director Michael Azzollini.
Real life couple Dempsey Stewart and Jasper Seven appear in the most recent issue of No. Magazine in laid-back looks outfitted by Zara Mirkin. In front of Derek Henderson’s lens, Dempsey and Jasper sneak in an afternoon of rendezvous with the candid spread.
Jacqueline Oloniceva lets loose in Michael Donovan’s energetic portrait series.
Taking grunge into the new decade, photographer Karen Inderbitzen-Waller works with Delphine Avril Planqueel for the latest issue of No. Magazine, piecing together a wardrobe of oversize silhouettes and baggy bottoms. CeCe Yoost dons dark makeup and tousled hair courtesy of Shirley Simpsons in the rugged series. / Lighting & digital by Delphine Avril Planqueel
Working with stylist Suk Won Kim, photographer Christopher Wadsworth takes to the night for the latest issue of W Korea. Shooting Hyung Jeong Ji in luxe looks featuring fur and jewel toned accents, Wadsworth captures a story of intense beauty featuring the work of Yves Saint Laurent, Burberry Prorsum, Bottega Veneta and more with Deep Blue Night.