Leading Women – For its latest campaign, British retailer Marks and Spencer taps leading women ranging from an athlete to a model to a top fashion editor. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, the advertisements star Vogue fashion editor Grace Coddington, model Karen Elson, singers Ellie Goulding and Laura Mvula, Katie Piper, Jasmine Whitbread, Olympic Gold winning-Nicola Adoms, author Monica Ali, nurse Hellen Ellen, Darcey Bussell, Tracey Emin and actress Helen Mirren. The inspirational and influential women model the brand’s autumn-winter collection.
Stardust – For the June issue of Vogue US, photographer Peter Lindbergh (2b Management) heads to Morocco with British model Edie Campbell. Styled by Grace Coddington, the dark-haired beauty enchants in the romantic designs of Saint Laurent, Ralph Lauren and Ann Demeulemeester amongst others. A short, 20s inspired coif and retro makeup bring a cinematic feel to the ensembles.
Window Dressing – Channeling Alfred Hitchcock’s film, “Rear Window”, Peter Lindbergh (2b Management) captures Carolyn Murphy and actor Toby Maguire in these cinematic images shot for Vogue US’ April issue. Styled by Grace Coddington, Carolyn looks retro chic in the designs of Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors and Oscar de la Renta amongst others sitting in an elegant decor.
Poise and Passion – British actress and star of the film “Anna Karenina”, Keira Knightley, graces the October issue of Vogue US. Wearing pieces from the fall haute couture collections (including Chanel on the cover), Keira poses for Mario Testino’s lens with styling by fashion editor Grace Coddington.
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Dream Girl – Following up her March cover last year, pop songstress Lady Gaga fronts the September issue of Vogue US. Captured by Mert & Marcus with styling by Grace Coddington, Gaga wears a show-stopping dress by American designer Marc Jacobs. Check out a preview of the cover shoot under the cut.
Call in the Cavalry – Arizona Muse gets caught up in a tumultuous 20th century romance with actor Jeremy Irvine for the November issue of Vogue US. Photographed by David Sims and styled by Grace Coddington, the pairing takes to a dramatic countryside setting in the designs of Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu and others.
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A Winter’s Pale – Karen Elson joins actor John Hawkes for a fall fashion story photographed by Peter Lindbergh (2b Management) for the October edition of Vogue US. Through a shaded lens, Lindbergh captures the pair in the elegant wardrobe selects of fashion editor Grace Coddington. Featuring designs from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton, Karen and her beau look like movie stars in this cinematic series.
Romantic Getaway – Natalia Vodianova stars alongside actor Sam Riley in this romantic shoot for the September edition of Vogue US. Lensed by Mert & Marcus, Natalia dons a mod inspired wardrobe pieced together by Grace Coddington. Whether enjoying a picnic or overlooking crystal blue water, Natalia wows in selects from the likes of Versace, Prada, Yves Saint Laurent and Bottega Veneta.
Spellbound - Photographer Peter Lindbergh (2b Management) and fashion editor Grace Coddington weave a story of romantic intrigue in this editorial for Vogue US’ July issue. Featuring a love triangle with Lara Stone, Frida Gustavsson and actor Alexander Skarsgård–leading lady Lara plays femme fatale to Skarsgård’s quiet, cosmopolitan reserve. While Frida Gustavsson uses her girlish charm as the other woman. Grace Coddington’s glamorous picks from labels such as Marc Jacobs, Balenciaga and Miu Miu conjure dangerous characters in a world of 1940s film noir elegance.
Alexander the Great – Celebrating the work of the late Alexander McQueen, the May edition of Vogue US profiles looks from “Savage Beauty”, a retrospective opening at the Costume Institute on May 4th. Captured by Steven Meisel and styled by Grace Coddington, Coco Rocha, Karen Elson, Caroline Trentini and Raquel Zimmerman don McQueen’s creations with timeless elegance.
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