Carolyn Murphy takes to the pages of Vogue Nippon’s March issue for The Return of Splendor, a studio editorial focusing on Tom Ford’s spring 2011 womenswear collection. Photographed by Daniele & Iango with styling by George Cortina, Carolyn is every woman in everything from curly red hues to a black bob.
Inspired by the iconic film stars Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire, Vogue Nippon taps top model Raquel Zimmermann and choreographer Stephen Galloway to get into the groove. Photographed by Inez & Vinoodh with styling by George Cortina, Raquel wears some of the season’s most vibrant and elegant gowns from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Yves Saint Laurent and Salvatore Ferragamo in Fred and Ginger.
Daria Werbowy photographed by Nathaniel Goldberg and styled by George Cortina
Lily Donaldson photographed by Sølve Sundsbø and styled by George Cortina
Edita Vilkeviciute turns up the attitude and fierceness for Vogue Nippon’s January issue. Lensed by Mario Sorrenti, Edita dons an array of outrageous animal prints and metallics featuring designs from labels such as Balmain, Alexander McQueen and Givenchy styled by George Cortina.
Anna de Rijk is the queen of denim for the November edition of Vogue Nippon. Sporting dark blues with luxe fur and accessories styled by George Cortina, Anna impresses in Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin’s The Jean Bourgeois.
Bundling up for the impending winter, Abbey Lee Kershaw appears in the October edition of Harper’s Bazaar US donning luxe furs and knits from Chanel, Moncler, Givenchy and others. Lensed by Karl Lagerfeld and styled by George Cortina, Abbey Lee stars alongside Brad Koenig and Sebastian Lund in The Big Chill.
Mario Sorrenti and Raquel Zimmermann go on location once again for the October issue of Vogue Nippon. Set in Naples, Italy, the photographer and model pairing navigate the streets as Raquel dons monochromatic ensembles styled by George Cortina. Featuring the work of Givenchy, Emilio Pucci, Balmain and more, Raquel plays a tormented soul in Darker is the Memory.
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.
There is something about statues and fashion photography that fit so perfectly together. Perhaps it is because both bring to mind images of beauty and glamour, and within the most recent issue of Vogue Nippon, Malgosia Bela manages to look like a work of art herself in front of Cédric Buchet’s lens. Styled by George Cortina, Malgosia amazes with an exquisite grace as she dons airy garments that would make any Grecian goddess jealous.