Photographer and model duo, Greg Kadel and Eniko Mihalik, team up once again for the cover shoot of French Numéro‘s October issue. Set in a lush landscape with Eniko wearing skin tight outfits and dramatic makeup, the layout showcases the talents of both photographer and model to the fullest.
Four new images have been released from Greg Kadel’s 28 page upcoming editorial, “Come As You Are”, which will be featured in Vogue Australia‘s 50th anniversary issue. In case you missed it the first time, other previews of the spread can be found here. (tfs)
Two of Australia’s most valuable exports, Abbey Lee Kershaw and Catherine McNeil, are featured in the September edition of Australian Vogue. Photographed by Greg Kadel, the two models relax in a serene outdoor setting. (Models)
Just like August’s Vogue Germany, Catherine McNeil gives us a sultry stare and attitude for her Numéro #105 cover shoot. Entitled, “Just for One Day”, McNeil stuns in these black and white images by Greg Kadel.
Marking her second appearance in Vogue China, Eniko Mihalik gives us incomparable power and grace in “Scientific Glamour”. Photographed by Greg Kadel, “Glamour” is able to juxtapose sleek architecture with highly constructed designs. As far as styling goes, Brian Molloy does a remarkable job of picking and choosing pieces that fit into the architectural theme perfectly.
Recent Numéro Tokyo cover girl, Vlada Roslyakova, confronts the wilderness in “Forest Princess” by Greg Kadel. “Princess” turns out to be atypical from what we would normally expect from Kadel. He trades the familiar beaches for a vast landscape of forest, and experiments with lighting effects to make Vlada shine like a star. Based on this series, change is definitely good!
Deep blue oceans and enchanting yellow sands make for a beautiful series in Italian Vogue‘s beauty supplement. Even though these appear to be outtakes from Ali Stephen’s March shoot with Greg Kadel, the novelty does not wear off.
Preview of Sigrid Agren in Numéro #103, images by Greg Kadel.