Don’t Want To Grow Up – Photographer David Mushegain of Trouble Management shoots fashion models Stella Maxwell and Barbara Palvin in the November 2013 issue of Vogue Japan. Dressed by stylist Aurora Sansone, these street darlings don edgy, eclectic and modern looks from designer labels fit for today’s hipster princess. / Hair by Michael Leong, Make Up by Zoe Clark
On a Clear Day – Othilia Simon poses for Julia Noni (Chris Boal Artists) in the May issue of Vogue Japan. The brunette beauty wears pale and understated looks styled by Aurora Sansone featuring designs from the likes of Calvin Klein Collection, Salvatore Ferragamo and Diane von Furstenberg. Hair stylist Seb Bascle and makeup artist Topolino create Othilia’s braid ‘do and fresh-faced beauty.
When Elegance Comes Easy – Frida Gustavsson is ladylike chic in pantsuits and tailored jackets photographed by Victor Demarchelier (Management Artists) for the August edition of Vogue Japan. Styled by Aurora Sansone, the Swedish beauty wears a wardrobe featuring the designs of Valentino, Max Mara, Givenchy and Salvatore Ferragamo amongst others in the studio images. For beauty, hair stylist David Von Cannon offers classic curls while makeup artist Alice Lane creates pastel eye makeup.
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A Fashionable Fetish – Kelly Mittendorf perfectly plays the part of prim mistress for the newest issue of Vogue Japan. In images lensed by Paola Kudacki, Kelly dons the current fetish-inspired trend with her electric personality. Stylist Aurora Sansone uses selects from labels such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Giles, Valentino and Michael Kors to create looks that combine severity with softness. Topped by girlish buns and bows by hair stylist Brent Lawler, Kelly also wears a variety of bold lip colors by make-up artist Sil Bruinsma.
Wearing a mix of tribal and dance inspired fashion, Tati Cotliar gives us a lesson in posing for the March issue of Vogue Nippon. In front of Paola Kudacki’s lens, Tati sports ensembles styled by Aurora Sansone from the likes of Missoni, Alexander McQueen and Chanel in Look Out!
Sinisha Nisevic delivers a story of elegant and timeless glamour for the February issue of Vogue Nippon. Starring Bianca Balti and styled by Aurora Sansone, the cinematic spread showcases monochromatic looks of delicate lace and feminine shapes paired with crimson accents.
Kendra Spears of Next Models is jumping for joy in the latest issue of Vogue Nippon. Perhaps it’s because the January issue calls for a celebration in the form of feminine and flirty silhouettes styled by Aurora Sansone and lensed by Jason Kibbler. Topping off the sweet ensembles are delicate accessories from the likes of Prada, Louis Vuitton and Giorgio Armani.