Minimal Woman–For its latest issue, Vogue Russia keeps it minimal with an accessories-focused story starring Emma Champtaloup. In front of the lens of Catherine Servel, the fresh-faced model rocks sleek silhouettes as well as standout accessories from the likes of Prada, Stella McCartney, Bottega Veneta and Alexander Wang styled by Svetlana Tanakina. / Hair by Marki Shkreli @ Tim Howard Management, Makeup by Alice Ghendrih @ Art list
Rock With You – Sporting the latest in rock and roll separates, Marie Piovesan stars in a fashion feature for the December issue of Vogue Russia. In front of Catherine Servel’s lens, the dark-haired model exudes cool in a mix of embellished tops and pants from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Giorgio Armani and Balmain styled by Svetlana Tanakina. / Hair by Laurent Philippon, Makeup by Adrien Pinault
Attitude – For the November cover story of W Korea, model Bette Franke shows off her boyish side in a fashion shoot photographed by Catherine Servel. The Dutch beauty rocks a sheared ‘do while wearing the androgynous designs of Chloe featuring pants, blouses and cropped jackets styled by Ethel Park. Bette poses on the streets and the studio with hair and makeup by Ward Stegerhoek and Karan Franjola.
Legally Chic – For the October cover story of W Korea, model Zuzanna Bijoch is anything but mundane in a wardrobe of dark fall looks. Catherine Servel captures the Polish beauty in the textures and patterns of the season ranging from Proenza Schouler’s monochrome sleek to Richard Chai Love’s androgynous designs. Karen Langley styles Zuzanna for the shoot while hair stylist Kevin Ryan and makeup artist Ayami Nishimura work on beauty.
She’s a Rainbow – Colorful fall fashion gets served up in a new spread featured in the October issue of Elle US. Model Zen Sevastyanova poses for Catherine Servel in standout designs from the likes of Stella McCartney, Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana styled by Lori Goldstein. Zen’s hair and makeup even matches the vibrant fashions thanks to hair stylist Orlando Pita and makeup artist Christian McCulloch.
Retro Rules – Angela Lindvall proves you needn’t show a lot of skin on the beach to sizzle in her new Vogue Russia beachwear spread. The swimsuits and caps that stylist Karen Langley selects for the American model are quite reserved by modern standards, but they’ve still got the power to impress. Of course names like Moschino, Miu Miu, Lanvin, and Prada know a thing or two about making classic styling current. Catherine Servel is the photographer behind this summery shoot. / Hair by Shin Arima, Makeup by Darlene Jacobs
Hazardous Domesticy – Photographed for the spring-summer issue of bi-annual publication, Document Journal, model Anniek Kortieve shows off her domestic side in these colorful images lensed by Catherine Servel. With variegated streaks in her hair, Anniek wears the designs of Gucci, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Burberry Prorsum and Bottega Veneta amongst others styled by Catherine Newell-Hanson in a nontraditional home setting. / Hair by Leonardo Manetti, Makeup by Serge Hodonou
Paris Review – Heidi Mount channels French actress Catherine Deneuve in the March issue of Elle US, photographed by Catherine Servel. The blonde beauty wears the sixties-tinged collections of spring styled by Lori Goldstein. Designs from the likes of Balmain, Giorgio Armani, Versace and Carolina Herrera stand out in the chic studio images. / Hair by Ward Stegerhoek, Makeup by Alice Lane
Modern Love – The March issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK features 60s style with a modern twist–think graphic black and white prints and a-line skirts. Catherine Servel photographs Zen Sevastyanova in mod-inspired looks from the likes of Christopher Kane, Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton and Chanel styled by Leith Clark.
Hair Inspiring – Catherine Servel captures Brazilian model Aline Weber in fabulous hair styles that evoke 60s glamour for Vogue Russia’s February issue. Stylist Karen Langley selects snakeskin prints and metallics from labels such as Gucci, Valentino and Roberto Cavalli for the blonde to wear. Hair stylist Ashley Javier creates Aline’s sculpted ‘dos while makeup artist Chiho Omae accentuates her eyes with white eyeshadow.