Leather Style – Neiman Marcus shows off the many ways to wear leather for the fall season with its latest style book update. Model Dorothea Barth Jorgensen works it whether in head to toe leather or just wearing the classic motorcycle jacket paired with a body-con dress. Wendy Hope photographed the lookbook images with styling by Emily Godbold. / Art Direction by Pam Lor, Hair by Bernhardt Tamme, Make up by Lisa Williams
Age of Innocence – Looking mostly fresh-faced and carefree, model Dorothea Barth Jorgensen graces the pages of Un-titled Project’s latest issue photographed by Dennis Golonka. Stylist Romina Herrera Malatesta selects designs from Costume National and other labels for the Swedish beauty to wear in the forest and a cozy indoors setting.
Elegant Exclusive – Dorothea Barth Jorgensen models H&M’s new Conscious Exclusive collection made from sustainable materials. The Swedish beauty looks flawless in pleated skirts and embellished tops made from organic cotton, recycled polyester, recycled polyamide and TENCEL. The collection is meant to be worn for parties and events as H&M’s head of design Ann-Sofie Johansson describes, “I love how this collection has pure glamour and style, and is made from more sustainable materials. For us at H&M, it’s natural to think about sustainability, and to have it at the heart of our work.”
Flowering Fields – Free People jumps into spring with its March lookbook starring Fei Fei Sun, Martha Hunt, Alana Zimmer and Dorothea Barth Jorgensen. With half of the images lensed on location in the fields of Lompoc, California, and the other half taken in the studio; the girls pose for Anna Palma in a series of romantic images. Spring is all about light layering including embellished tops, casual denim, floral prints and bohemian dresses.
Digital Revolution – Scandinavian label Altewaisaome embraces modern technology with its spring 2013 campaign featuring Dorothea Barth Jorgensen and male model Gabriel Gronvik. The advertisements were shot on screen using an iPhone with images by Marcus Ohlsson and creative direction by Jakob Hysén Hedberg. / Makeup by Anya de Tobon, Hair by Linda Shalabi
Fade Away – Wearing an assortment of laid-back denim looks, models Amanda Norgaard, RJ King, Dorothea Barth Jorgensen and Malcolm De Ruiter look positively carefree in this photo shoot for Stockholm S/S/A/W . Photographed by Marcus Ohlsson (WM Artist Management) and styled by Oscar Lange, the group proves that casual can be cool. / Creative direction by Jakob Hysén Hedberg, Hair by Erika Svedjevik, Makeup by Anya de Tobon
Couture Clash – Dorothea Barth Jorgensen gets decked out in the spring haute couture collections for the latest issue of Modern Weekly China. Photographed by Hugues Laurent, Dorothea wears a mix of sophisticated and rock and roll inspired looks from the likes of Givenchy, Valentino and Chanel Haute Couture selected by stylist Felipe Mendes. The blonde’s transformative look is complete with hair and makeup by Lok Lau and Hugo Villard.
Anja Rubik (Next)
BLK Beauties – Photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin recently held a casting and shot 100 women in the BLK DNM Tux Jacket 11. We have a selection of the stunning black and white portraits featuring models Anja Rubik, Aline Weber, Alyssa Miller, Behati Prinsloo, Cara Delevingne, Charlotte Free, Dorothea Barth Jorgensen, Dotuzen Kroes, Elisa Sednaoui, Jamie Bochert, Kel Markey, Lily Donaldson, Maryna Linchuk, Maud Welzen and Xiao Wen–but you can view all 100 images on BLKDNMCloseup.com.
Owens’ Fiery Fall – Taking a dark turn from spring’s parade of white, designer Rick Owens was back to black and grey for his fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. All the usual trappings of Owens’ creations were out in full form–the long silhouettes, leather works and futuristic undertones appeared against a setting of fire. Models took to the runway wearing stark red lips and mesh masks in the post-apocalyptic designs. For the finale, Owens offered some prints in the form of checkered plaid matched with slouchy trousers layered under skirts.
A Celebration – Celebrating fifteen years of his label, Matthew Williamson presented a fall 2012 collection that is as nostalgic as it is current. A color palette of turquoise, plum, citrus orange and dark chartreuse provided a rich variety with a combination of Williamson’s signature print work on display. Tailored trousers, lightweight gowns and above-the-knee skirts dominated the runway. Glittering sequins decorated the occasional dress paired with metallic fabric. The show closed with a partially sheer gown worn by Maryna Linchuk that was adorned with large crystals.