The Blond Who Stole the Night – Daria Strokous graces the pages of Vogue Japan’s September issue, sporting a glam retro-inspired wardrobe with tattoos as unlikely accessories. Sølve Sundsbø captures the Russian beauty in designs from the likes of Celine, Dolce & Gabbana and Alexander McQueen with a retro flair courtesy of fashion editor George Cortina. Makeup artist Lisa Butler and hair stylist Shay Ashual create the blonde’s forties inspired beauty for the shoot.
Mirrors – Vionnet enlists leading model Malgosia Bela for its fall 2013 campaign, shot by Katja Rahlwes. Evoking the seventies, Malgosia poses in front of mirrors showing the multi-faceted designs of autumn ranging from bias-cut dresses to gold-dipped pants. Riccardo Ruini worked on art direction for the shoot while George Cortina styled the Polish beauty.
Retro Beach Babe – Doutzen Kroes channels Brigitte Bardot in H&M Magazine’s “The Modern Beach Bardot” fashion feature. The Dutch leading model also stars in the brand’s ready-to-wear campaign for summer. Superstar photographer Terry Richardson snapped the Victoria’s Secret Angel on a beach on Mexico for the sunny spread. George Cortina styled Doutzen in retro-influenced beachwear from H&M’s new season collection. / Makeup by Frank B, Hair by Duffy
A New Tradition – American model Karlie Kloss gets decked out in a wardrobe of all Saint Laurent for Vogue Japan’s June issue. The beauty poses for the label’s Creative Director Hedi Slimane in a mix of slim-fitted pants, billowing gowns and glittering jackets. George Cortina styles Karlie for the understated studio shoot where she dons red lips and a chic bob.
50 Shades of White – Photographed for the March issue of WSJ Magazine from The Wall Street Journal, model Kati Nescher works it in all white looks lensed by Mikael Jansson. Stylist George Cortina selects designs from the likes of Prada, Comme des Garçons, Balenciaga and Givenchy in sleek studio images.
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The Shape of Things to Come – Daria Strokous gets glam for the October cover of Vogue Japan, wearing a sequin-embellished red dress with matching lips. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin teamed up with stylist George Cortina for the new issue.
The Metal Winner – Heading to the beach, Karlie Kloss pumps some iron in metallic looks for the September cover shoot of Vogue Japan. Captured by Mikael Jansson with styling by George Cortina, Karlie smolders in form-fitting ensembles from labels such as Yves Saint Laurent, Prada and Paco Rabanne. Lush curls by hair stylist Anthony Turner and a full face of makeup by Mark Carrasquillo complete the glam workout looks.
The Girl Can’t Help It – Candice Swanepoel gets cheeky in the June cover shoot of Vogue Japan, shot by Terry Richardson. Wearing a large mass of blonde curls courtesy of hair stylist Duffy (Streeters), Candice has a blast in eighties inspired looks styled by George Cortina. Posing alongside oversize props, the South African beauty sports flashy spring pieces from the likes of Balmain, Emilio Pucci, Christopher Kane and Prada. / Makeup by Frank B
Garden of Delights – H&M taps top models Constance Jablonski, Edita Vilkeviciute, Toni Garrn and Karmen Pedaru as the faces of its spring 2012 Conscious Collection–a line made of environmentally friendly materials. Photographed by Terry Richardson with styling by George Cortina, the quartet takes to a garden setting in the fun and flirty looks.
Melancholy Was the Mood – Slipping into dark looks for spring, Natasha Poly brings the drama in Daniele & Iango’s (Streeters) latest work lensed for Vogue Japan May. Styled by fashion editor George Cortina, Natasha dons all black in the romantic designs of Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Emilio Pucci amongst others. Lush curls by hair stylist Luigi Murenu and full lashes by makeup artist Jeanine Lobell bring the sharp looks to perfection.