Fierce Women – Alberta Ferretti taps Eniko Mihalik and Kasia Struss for its fall 2012 campaign photographed by Mario Sorrenti in New York. Styled by Marie Chaix, the duo wows in lush furs, sheer gowns and sunglasses with windswept hair by Anthony Turner. / Makeup by Aaron De Mey
Mabel, Betty and Bette – Ukrainian photographer Yelena Yemchuk’s (2b management) latest work is featured in the spring-summer issue of Tar Magazine with a story starring top models. Jade Berreau, Frankie Rayder, Christina Kruse, Alyssa Miller, Helena Christensen, Tanga Moreau, Hannelore Knuts, Eniko Mihalik, Karen Elson, Aurelie Claudel, Trish Goff, Michele Hicks, Constance Jablonski, Ali Michael, Shannan Click, Olga Sherer and Anouk Lepere pay homage to old Hollywood screen sirens with retro style looks selected by stylist Heathermary Jackson. The girls all take to various settings ranging from the playground to the diner in swimwear designs from the likes of Prada, Blumarine and Chanel.
Junk Yard Vixen – Eniko Mihalik looks glam even with a tire over her shoulder for the June cover of Harper’s Bazaar Spain. Styled in a glittering Paco Rabanne dress, Eniko wows from head to toe in the showstopping image.
One of the Boys – Eniko Mihalik plays rebel chic in a beach outing shot by Camilla Akrans for the April issue of Vogue Germany. Styled by Nicola Knels, Eniko teams up with a gang of boys for a romantic yet tough exploration of spring fashions from the likes of Céline, Givenchy and Haider Ackermann. / Makeup by Sil Bruinsma, Hair by Rutger
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The Many Faces of Eniko – Eniko Mihalik gets expressive in the cover shoot for M Le Monde’s February 11th issue. In front of Christian Anwander’s lens, Eniko wears glittering accessories and tops styled by Rachel Gilman matched up with colorful beauty trends. Lush curls by hair stylist Andre Gunn and transformative makeup by Romy Soleimani give Eniko a bold edge.
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.
Unique’s Military Chic – Topshop Unique tapped into the fall season’s trend of military inspired pieces for its latest collection presented during London Fashion Week. Models hit the runway in army green, dark plum, ash grey and black. Silhouettes were lax yet modern with a rock and roll vibe that took hemlines to the upper thigh. Layering was a must for autumn with long coats placed on top of lightweight dresses and slouchy trousers. A vast change from last season’s Egyptian themed show, Unique appears to be growing up beginning with fall 2012.
Night Shop – Online retailer ShopBop.com unveils its spring 2012 campaign set to appear in Vogue, InStyle and Elle’s March issues. Starring Eniko Mihalik, ShopBop tapped Guy Aroch to capture the nighttime glam image. Eniko wears a Peter Som gown, Camilla Skovgaard platform sandals and A.L.C jewelry.
Seasoned Elegance – Looking every bit the part of sophistication personified, Eniko Mihalik and Toni Garrn model the spring-summer collection from Ports 1961. With creative direction and styling by Alex Slavycz, the duo poses in front of Henrique Gendre’s lens wearing tailored suits and draped dresses. Voluminous hair by Ashley Javier and feminine makeup by Hung Vanngo perfect the elegant ensembles. / Manicure by Alicia Torello
Road to California – Club Monaco travels to California deserts and highways for its spring-summer lookbook starring Eniko Mihalik and Valerija Kelava. The new season is inspired by music festivals where easy basics such as white tees and linen skirts are juxtaposed with cowboy boots and oversize scarves. Tribal prints in nude and pastel hues bring a bohemian flair to the summer staples.