In a witty play on word’s, May’s issue of Vogue Germany takes Victoria Beckham on a gritty, but glamorous outing for photographer Alexi Lubomirski’s Queen of Posh. Regardless of her surroundings, Victoria turns up the ante as she poses in a luxe wardrobe pieced together by Christiane Arp.
Model turned actress, Diane Kruger, covers the latest Vogue Germany in classic black and white. In front of Karl Lagerfeld’s lens, the German beauty takes on androgynous and retro looks styled by Christiane Arp with Dandy Diane.
Fashion editor Christine Arp and photographer Alexi Lubomirski take this month’s Vogue Germany all the way back to the 1920s with “Indochine”. Full of cinematic drama, the layout stars cover girls Luca Gadjus and Karolin Wolter as two high-society ladies with a pair handsome lovers.
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.