Vogue Nippon brings a little California dreaming to its July issue with Camilla Akrans’ “This Side of Hollywood”. Starring the ever stunning Shalom Harlow, all the luxuriousness that you come to expect from Akrans is present here. Stylist Sissy Vian’s aesthetic weaves into this posh setting perfectly by showcasing Balenciaga and Chloé designs.
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Mackenzie Hamilton, a favorite of Chinese Vogue, takes on a golden glow for the magazine’s most recent beauty supplement. Camilla Akrans photographs her wearing golden nail polish, eyelashes and accessories which fit well with the title, “The Rays of the Sun”.
Camilla Akrans take us to the lush and tropical setting of Hawaii for the July issue of Vogue China. Anna Selezneva, who covers the magazine, experiences the sand, breeze and sun. “Enchanting Hawaii” is indeed an enchanting spread. The breath-taking setting, model, and photography is a sheer delight to see. How could anyone even ask for more?
Lara Stone is a model known for her sexual appeal so it’s no surprise that the French brand, Eres, would tap her for their fall-winter campaign. Last season, Hilary Rhoda was captured by Camila Akrans for both the swimwear and lingerie ads. WWD reports that they will be going in the same direction with photographer Jan Welters.
Devon Aoki is a vixen with a capital V for Camilla Akran’s “In a Brown Mood”. Styled by Sissy Vian in a pair of cat ears and sexy stilettos, Aoki preens for the camera like a pro.
Elise Crombez by Camilla Akrans
“Cyclades”, from a 2006 issue of Numéro is absolutely heavenly. Model Natasha Poly is on her A-game per usual, and Camilla Akrans’s clean aesthetic comes off as refreshing here.
Sasha Pivovarova by Camilla Akrans
Shot on the Greek Island of Patmos, Camilla Akrans captures Tiiu Kuik in fabulous swimwear for the New York Times Style magazine.
Anne Vyalitsyna is on the cover of H&M magazine’s summer 2009 edition for all of you fashion lovers in France. Shot by Camilla Akrans, the blonde wears airy and light pieces to keep cool from the exhausting heat.