Editorial

ellen von unwerth Raquel Zimmermann & Caroline Trentini by Ellen von Unwerth in Call It Love | <em>Vogue Nippon</em> June 2010

Caroline Trentini and Raquel Zimmermann fight for the heart of Tom Ford’s go-to boy, Nicholas Hoult, within the pages of June’s Vogue Nippon. Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth, the trio goes from the cinema to the streets of New York for one cheeky narrative. With the aide of fashion editor Grace Coddington, Unwerth captures designs from the likes of Prada, Lanvin and Burberry in Call It Love.

hippie yeah Hippie Yeah! by Patrick Demarchelier for <em>Vogue Germany</em> May 2010

Patrick Demarchelier catalogues the hair trends of spring that coincidentally coincide with the decade that brought us the Me Generation for the latest Vogue Germany. With hair by Luigi Murenu and styling by Katie Mossman, Hippie Yeah! features models Irina Kulikova, Joan Smalls, Elsa Sylvan, Cato Van Ee and Aline Weber in boho chic styles.

barbara palvin Barbara Palvin by Benjamin Alexander Huseby for <em>Harpers Bazaar US</em> May 2010

May’s Harper’s Bazaar US takes a look at the pre-fall collections with an elegant spread by Benjamin Alexander Huseby. Starring Barbara Palvin overlooking the sea, fashion editor Jacob K highlights the trends of crimson red, animal prints, and tailored suits from labels such as Armani, Moschino and Givenchy.

greg kadel Malgosia Bela by Greg Kadel for <em>Numéro</em> #113 May 2010

Working his magic in the studio once more, photographer Greg Kadel creates one dynamic spread for Numéro‘s most recent issue. Entitled Malgosia, the eponymous editorial stars Malgosia Bela in some of the season’s hottest trends including neutrals, floral prints and tailored suits. With a mixture of elegance and an almost tangible energy, the images leap off the page.

karmen pedaru0 Karmen Pedaru by David Vasiljevic for <em>Numéro Tokyo</em> June 2010 | Befallen by Pink

There is no doubt that Karmen Pedaru‘s star is on the rise, and with a sultry story for next month’s Numéro Tokyo, Karmen cements her place as one of the industry’s top girls. Captured by David Vasiljevic in a expert contrast of shadow and light, Befallen by Pink allows fashion editor Charles Varenne to transform the whimsical designs of Miu Miu, Sonia Rykiel, Versace and others into a wardrobe perfect for a naughty vixen.

hugh lippe interview Natasa Vojnovic by Hugh Lippe in Rochambeau | <em>Interview</em> April 2010

Photographer Hugh Lippe uses the marvels of modern technology to create a gender role-playing series for the April edition of Interview. Featuring the fall 2010 collection from Rochambeau, the advertorial stars Natasa Vojnovic in the parts of both male and female. Aided by stylist Nicholas Grasa, Lippe captures Natasa as she dons the American label’s gritty and urban garments with masculine and feminine charms.

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