Jessica Stam is back in yet another Vogue for the December cover shoot of Vogue Russia. In front of Greg Kadel’s lens, Jessica roams the city streets in sleek and sexy ensembles featuring the work of Balmain, Valentino, Versace and others styled by fashion editor Ekaterina Mukhina.
Jessica Stam photographed by Greg Kadel for Vogue Russia December 2010
Evoking the spirit of 80s supermodels, Dafne Cejas is all glam and luxe for Greg Kadel’s latest work found in this month’s Numéro. Outfitted by Elizabeth Sulcer, the Argentinean beauty wears a wardrobe of Dolce & Gabbana, Missoni, Louis Vuitton and more in the Ceci est un Titre.
Sasha Pivovarova photographed by Greg Kadel for Numéro China November 2010 (TFS)
Greg Kadel follows up his Vogue Germany cover shoot with a nomadic themed story starring Liu Wen. Styled by Katie Mossman, the open blue sky meets with cool sand for one stellar spread. From chunky jewelry to animal prints and fur, Liu looks prepped for the fall in Wild Dreams.
Vogue Germany brings its own brand of beauty to its November issue with cover girl Ieva Laguna sporting stuffed bras and a powered face for one off-kilter cover story. Photographed by Greg Kadel, Ieva takes on a wardrobe of neutrals from the likes of Chanel, Louis Vuitton and others styled by Nicola Knels.
Ieva Laguna photographed by Greg Kadel for Vogue Germany November 2010
Starring in the controversial shoot from Numéro October, Constance Jablonski delves into the wilderness for a day of nature and familial bonding. Photographed by Greg Kadel and styled by Patti Wilson in an array of seventies inspired looks including a blonde and brunette afro, the French model takes on the role of mother to a black child. Numéro has always been a cutting edge publication, but is this just an artistic statement or did this shoot push it too far? What do you think?