If the main editorial for this month’s Vogue Germany is any indication of the theme for the issue, than it must be decadence–because “Dress to Thrill”, by Alexi Lubomirski, is brimming full of it. From the extravagant dresses to the posh lingerie, fashion editor Christiane Arp, does not hold back in the styling department.
As beautiful as the clothes may be, what is an good fashion editorial without its model? That’s where Anja Rubik comes in. Her lovely charms catch the attention of a tattooed suitor and manage to captivate the viewer as well.
iCB‘s most recent autumn campaign stars Anja Rubik and is inspired by art in addition to the role it plays in fashion. Photographed by Terry Richardson, the model poses in front of the whimsical and imagine-filled drawings of Geoff McFetridge.
Anja Rubik racks up her third Vogue cover of the year with the September edition of Vogue Germany. Photographed by Alexi Lubomirski in a seductive pose, it seems that Anja is showing a bit more of her playful side for the German publication. (tfs)
Vogue Nippon gives us yet another taste of luxury in the aptly titled, “High Maintence”. Styled by Sissy Vian and shot by Katja Rawhles, “Maintenance” features Anja Rubik in designs from Marc Jacobs, Balenciaga and Chloé.
Shot by Inez & Vinoodh, Anja Rubik, Natsha Poly, Myf Shepherd and Raquel Zimmermann are this season’s Gucci girls. (tfs)
In what can only be described as a mammoth sized editorial, the 64 page “ADN de la Mode”, features a unique blend of modeling veterans (Shalom Harlow and Malgosia Bela), runway queens (Natasha Poly and Lily Donaldson), fashion’s best faces (Eniko Mihalik and Lara Stone) and even a few surprises. As much as “la Mode” appears to focus on the models, Inez & Vinoodh were also able to capture the fall collections just as well (if not better) with the cumulative vision of Vogue Paris’ editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld, Emmanuelle Alt, and Joe McKenna. By including such a large cast of models and highlighting such diverse designers, there is almost something for everyone to appreciate here in one way or another.
Italian brands Blumarine and Giuseppe Zanotti take a page from US Vogue, and set models Anja Rubik and Edita Vilkeviciute to hop like jumping beans for their current fall campaigns. (tfs)