Four new images have been released from Greg Kadel’s 28 page upcoming editorial, “Come As You Are”, which will be featured in Vogue Australia‘s 50th anniversary issue. In case you missed it the first time, other previews of the spread can be found here. (tfs)
Two of Australia’s most valuable exports, Abbey Lee Kershaw and Catherine McNeil, are featured in the September edition of Australian Vogue. Photographed by Greg Kadel, the two models relax in a serene outdoor setting. (Models)
The “Beauty Issue” of V magazine includes a ten page spread by multiple photographers such as: Cédric Buchet, Sølve Sundsbø and Chad Pitman. Along with this all-star list of photographers are some of fashion’s best faces of the moment. Models Eniko Mihalik, Kristen McMenamy, Lakshimi Menon and Sessilee Lopez all make appearances in “Beauty 2010″.
Photographed by Terry Richardson, Abbey Lee Kershaw plays a naughty minx in Vogue Nippon‘s July issue. Trying on skin tight leather and even sporting a nose piercing, she is the ultimate bad girl.
In the most recent Vogue Russia, Matt Irwin photographed a few models backstage at this year’s Victoria’s Secret show. Normally I find backstage pictures boring, but these may be even better than the actual runway show. It’s less cheesy and focuses more on the “fashion” models.
Mariano Vivanco creates an edgy and intriguing story with Numéro Korea May’s two cover stars, Abbey Lee Kershaw and Karmen Pedaru.
Magdalena Frackowiak in Jean Paul Gaultier – May 2009
Karmen Pedaru & Abbey Lee Kershaw – May 2009
Abbey Lee Kershaw delivers a strong editorial for Vogue Australia’s May issue. Based on the film by the same name, “And God Created Woman”, is filled with sensuality and beautiful scenery.
Abbey Lee Kershaw has been getting some fantastic print work lately. With her recent Vogue Italia photos by Mario Sorrenti, and now this W ed, I am quickly becoming a fan.