Shooting some of his model muses, Karl Lagerfeld creates the cover shoot of Numéro Homme #19 with Baptiste Giabiconi surrounded by a pack of Chanel girls including Abbey Lee Kershaw, Freja Beha Erichsen and Hedi Mount. Wearing the label’s pre-fall collection, the quartet is all stoic sophistication in Prédateurs.
As with last season, the fall collection from Valentino’s Haute Couture line takes some risks with its exaggerated proportions and structural complexities. Yet whatever risks the collection may take, they are offset by a cool color palette of cream, black and a hint of that signature Valentino red. When looking at the garments, one can imagine that the range was made for a young and feminine woman with the understated hair and makeup that made the show’s “wow moments” that much more powerful.
Chanel went medieval for its fall haute couture collection as models took to the runway in oversize silhouettes, jewel tones and highly adorned garments. With the order going up the social ladder from peasant chic to medieval princess, the collection certainly had its fair share of wow moments. The brand’s creative director, Karl Lagerfeld, said the reoccurring theme of the lion was inspired by the house’s late founder, who was born in August under the sign of Leo.
Valentino continues in the vein of moody campaigns with its latest fall advertisements where models Freja Beha Erichsen, Monika Jagaciak and Tati Cotliar are more nude than clothed. Lensed by David Sims, the trio dons the label’s elegant wear in black and white.
Sporting the brand’s famous coats and evening wear, model Freja Beha Erichsen remains elegant yet relaxed in the fall advertisements from MaxMara. In a season filled with more mature sophisticated styles, the range lends itself to women of various sizes with its cinched waists and billowing pants lensed by Mario Sorrenti.
Here is our first look at the fall MaxMara campaign starring this season’s go to girl, Freja Beha Erichsen. Photographed in black and white by Mario Sorrenti, Freja brings an air of sophistication to the studio image.
Photographer Terry Richardson and fashion editor George Cortina return back to the seventies with the August issue of Vogue Nippon. Starring Freja Beha Erichsen as a woman having an affair with an older gentleman, the story takes us from the hotel to the car and back again. Showcasing pieces from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Emilio Pucci, and Jil Sander, Freja makes a convincing other woman in The Untold Crime.