Murphy’s Law – Hitting the beach in a mix of swimwear and ready-to-wear designs, supermodel Carolyn Murphy poses for Alexi Lubomirski’s (Management Artists) lens in the June cover shoot of Vogue Germany. Showcasing the perfect combination of elegance and seduction, Carolyn wows in sultry pieces from the likes of Norma Kamali, Tom Ford, Yves Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen styled by fashion editor Christiane Arp. A sea siren hairdo courtesy of Ben Skervin and sun-kissed skin by makeup artist Tyron Machhausen perfect the bombshell ensembles.
Beach Glamour – Supermodel Carolyn Murphy makes an outstanding vision in an orange swimsuit for the June cover of Vogue Germany. Carolyn poses for Alexi Lubomirski’s lens against a backdrop of waves and sky.
Vision in White – Supermodel Carolyn Murphy covers the April edition of Harper’s Bazaar Turkey looking striking in Louis Vuitton. The accompanying editorial shot by Koray Birand spans twenty pages in all its black and white glory. Carolyn sports an all white wardrobe styled by fashion editor Mahizer Aytas as she hits the beach in glittering jewelry and minimal shapes. Flawless makeup by Fiona Stiles and an elegant up-do by hair stylist Ali Yilanci perfect the heavenly looks. / Production by Productionising
Rag & Bone’s DIY Ladies – Rag & Bone taps Miranda Kerr, Karolina Kurkova and Carolyn Murphy for their fall 2011, DIY “Do it Yourself” campaign. Capturing the models on candid time, the top models sport the label’s autumn collection in locations varying from North Carolina and Montauk to New Zealand and New York City. Take a look at the photos as they speak for themselves.
Supermodel Carolyn Murphy has recently returned to the editorial scene with a few fabulous editorials, and her latest appearance in i-D’s pre-spring issue is no exception. In front of Amy Troost’s lens, Carolyn takes to the streets in rough and tumble wear from the likes of Balenciaga, Yohji Yamamoto and Alexander Wang styled by Alastair McKimm.
Carolyn Murphy gets rebellious for the winter edition of Muse. Wearing a tough mix of denim, leather and leopard print styled by Lester Garcia, Carolyn evokes biker chic in front of Terry Tsiolis‘ lens.
Carolyn Murphy takes to the pages of Vogue Nippon’s March issue for The Return of Splendor, a studio editorial focusing on Tom Ford’s spring 2011 womenswear collection. Photographed by Daniele & Iango with styling by George Cortina, Carolyn is every woman in everything from curly red hues to a black bob.
The December issue of Vogue US gets an exclusive first look at Tom Ford’s highly anticipated spring 2011 collection with models Carolyn Murphy, Anja Rubik, Joan Smalls, Stella Tennant, Amber Valletta, Karen Elson and Edita Vilkeviciute wearing seventies inspired looks with Mr. Ford himself. Photographed by Steven Meisel, the group is seventies glam in four stunning portraits.