Sleek Silhouette – Stef Van der Laan takes on cutting edge style for the February edition of Vogue Russia. The blonde poses for Sebastian Kim in fashion inspired by eastern style. Fashion director Ekaterina Mukhina selects draped, sleek silhouettes from labels such as Balenciaga, Christopher Kane, Lanvin and 3.1. Phillip Lim. For beauty, hair stylist Rutger makes a fierce faux hawk and makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift creates bold eyes.
In the Mix – Berlin-based designers Sarah Büren and Sonja Hodzode offer an explosion of patterns for their label Blame’s spring 2013 collection. Deimante models an outing of chic separates which include pleated skirts, tailored tops and fitted trousers. Prints are a main focus of the spring season–with a kaleidoscopic mix of floral prints juxtaposed with casual basics for a youthfully sophisticated outing.
Bernadett at the Beach – Decked out in a wardrobe of floppy hats, bold patterns and lace; Bernadett Vidacs takes to the beach for the latest issue of Soup Magazine. The brunette poses for Boris Ovini in a series of colorful images styled by Rich Aybar. Not wearing your typical beachwear, Bernadett stands out from the crowd in her whimsical ensembles. / Hair and makeup by Sebastien Poirier @ Atelier 68 Paris
Feeling Blu – Blumarine’s diffusion line, Blugirl, is aimed at the younger set and for its spring 2013 campaign the label selects Josephine Skriver for a series of elegantly relaxed images. The Danish beauty poses languidly in snaps by Angelo Pennetta, wearing the delicate and flirty designs of the new season.
Colorama – Mona Johannesson looks super chic in the February cover shoot of Costume Norway, wearing lavender colored hair. Captured by Mikael Schulz, the Swedish model enchants in the selects of stylist Mette Mortensen featuring designs from the likes of Acne, Carven, Mulberry and Maria Black amongst others. / Hair by Peter Johansson @ Mikas Looks, Makeup by Sophia Eriksen @ Agent Bauer
Marni Goes to Tianjin – Marni has opened a new boutique in China’s Tianjin Galaxy Mall featuring two distinct entrances which evoke a sleek futurism. The new store is 182 square meters and will house the ready to wear, shoes and accessory collections. Marni designer Consuelo Castiglioni worked closely with architecture firm Sybarite to create a clean and elegant setting, reflecting the captivating style of her aesthetic.