Enchanting and ethereal, Sølve Sundsbø’s latest work for Vogue Nippon May takes on a life of its own in an underwater setting. Styled by George Cortina and featuring Alla Kostromicheva as a mythical creature from down below, The Girl from Atlantis uses sparkling pieces from Alexander McQueen, Miu Miu and Versace to create one stunning story.
Photographer Sølve Sundsbø captures some of the most striking beauty stories, and his latest work for Vogue Nippon‘s May issue is no exception to the rule. Starring Monika Jagaciak with makeup by Val Garland, Beyond White features ivory looks from labels such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Rick Owens and Givenchy. Styled by George Cortina, Monika makes a captivating beauty alongside her dove companion in the enchanting story.
Natasa Vojnovic represents every woman on the go for her latest work in H&M magazine’s spring issue. Photographed by Terry Richardson and styled by George Cortina, the blonde beauty takes to the streets of New York city in everything from sportswear to jean vests.
Mikael Jasson takes to tempestuous sea for his cover shoot of April’s Vogue Nippon. Starring Daria Werbowy in a mix of airy and light pieces styled by George Cortina, the story depicts Daria as a strong “goddess” with her elegant poses and piercing gaze.
Inspired by the absolute decadence of the 1970s, Terry Richardson injects his won brand of eccentricity into the March issue of Japanese Vogue. Featuring Freja Beha Erichsen, the outlandish editorial isn’t afraid of color or pattern as shown by stylist George Cortina’s choice of bold ensembles.
Captured by Peter Lindbergh, supermodel Kate Moss falls easily into the role of seductress for a black and white story in the latest Harper’s Bazaar US. After having some fun with male models Ash Stymest and Callum Wilson, Kate luxuriates in elegant looks pulled by George Cortina.
Photographer Mark Segal and stylist George Cortina bring to life the simplicity of rural life in the latest issue of Vogue Nippon. Entitled The Lonesome Highway, the 18 page story stars Anna Selezneva wearing patterned pieces from Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton and Chanel.
Chanel Iman gets into the holiday spirit for H&M magazine’s winter issue with “Effets de Surprise”. Shot by Terry Richardson and styled by George Cortina, the jovial layout features Chanel unwrapping Christmas goodies while decked out in oversized jewelry.