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.
1. Louis Vuitton Fall 2010 Campaign | Christy Turlington, Natalia Vodianova & Karen Elson by Steven Meisel
2. Tom Ford Eyewear Fall 2010 Campaign | Freja Beha Erichsen by Tom Ford
3. Georgia May Jagger for Vogue China July 2010 by Max Vadukul
4. Isabeli Fontana for Muse Summer 2010 by Terry Tsiolis
5. Natalia K by Maria Eriksson for Viva! Moda
6. Bergdorf Goodman Pre-Fall 2010 Catalogue | Iselin Steiro by Miguel Reveriego
As always, the Tom Ford Eyewear campaigns for both men and women falls on the cheeky side and the label’s fall advertisements are no exception to the rule. Photographed by Tom ford with model Freja Beha Erichsen for women and actor Nicholas Hoult for men, the images take a more darker theme for the autumn season with Freja and Nicholas posing alongside raven companions.
Vogue Paris‘ most recent issue takes a look at the pre-fall 2010 collections with Terry Richardson‘s Collection Privée. Styled by Carine Roitfeld, the eighteen page studio layout stars top models Freja Beha Erichsen and Lara Stone in tailored menswear inspired pieces from the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Burberry and Dior.
Freja Beha Erichsen by Paolo Roversi
Sporting a mix of soft and severe spring looks, Freja Beha Erichsen brings her game face to photographer Craig McDean’s most recent work for Interview magazine. Wearing the likes of Alexander Wang, Roberto Cavalli and Ann Demeulemeester, this Bronx ballerina delivers a modern reinterpretation that dazzles.
Freja Beha Erichsen takes on four very distinct and edgy looks for her most recent work in i-D spring. Lensed by Emma Summerton, Freja transforms effortlessly into the rock and roll inspired ensembles created by Edward Enninful.