Relaxed Fashion – For it’s November lookbook, Free People offers a selection of relaxed and menswear inspired holiday styles photographed by Anthony Nocella. Model Ieva Laguna, who has posed for the fashion brand before, wears a wardrobe of bohemian-inspired embroideries, casual denim and metallic accents for a nontraditional, but super chic winter style.
Always a Lady – Ieva Laguna graces the pages of Please! Magazine, looking as elegant as ever in these stunning images shot by Nagi Sakai. The blonde beauty impresses in ladylike looks ranging from pastel coats to oversized blouses all styled by Aeri Yun. Hair stylist Dennis Gots and makeup artist Eric Polito make sure Ieva shines with glam beauty looks. / Manicure by Gina Edwards
City Sparkle – Black and white ensembles set off by striking baubles dominate the “Jewel Power” fashion spread featured in the latest issue of Deluxe, The Evening Standard’s style supplement. Nathalie Riddle dresses Ieva Laguna in monochromatic ensembles from high-end labels like Valentino, Emporio Armani and Lanvin. Each outfit is complemented by carefully selected jewelry from the likes of Sean Lane, Faberge, and Tiffany & Co. David Roemer (Atelier Management) snapped the Latvian beauty against a sweeping cityscape. / Hair by Dennis Gots, Makeup by Jody Bolan
Sweet as Candy: Photos by Billy Kidd
Dolce Vita – Free People embraces the spring season with its April catalogue featuring a trio of editorials starring leading models Crystal Renn and Ieva Laguna. The girls pose for Billy Kidd, Anna Palma and Guy Aroch in the diverse styles of the season. Crystal looks bohemian chic in a wardrobe of ruffles and lace while Ieva shows off beachwear with a sixties sex kitten twist.
Autumn Opus – Styled by Vanessa Bellugeon, Ieva Laguna is stylish on the streets in the latest issue of L’Officiel Paris. Continuing the issue’s ode to fall fashion, the story captures chic looks from Miu Miu, DSquared2, Céline, Burberry Prorsum, Yves Saint Laurent, Chloé, Isabel Marant, Ralph Lauren Collection, Kenzo, Hermès, Proenza Schouler, and Stella MacCartney.
Sauvage – Ieva Laguna covers the August issue of L’Officiel Paris in an wardrobe featuring fur coats from Fendi’s fall 2012 collection. Captured by Alexander Neumann and styled by Vanessa Bellugeon, Ieva’s looks combine tribal aesthetics and urbane refinement with the brand’s furry fall offerings.
Venus Rising – Ieva Laguna shows some skin in David Vasiljevic’s (Trouble Management) latest work for the May issue of Elle UK. Styled by Anne-Marie Curtis, Ieva dons the demure designs of Christopher Kane, Richard Nicoll, Versace and Prada amongst others with a retro twist. Messy hair by Thomas Dunkin and a smokey eye by Mary-Jane Frost perfect the spring looks. / Manicure by Donna D @ Artists by Timothy Priano
Sporty Flair – Ieva Laguna dons sportswear looks for the March issue of Collezioni Russia, lensed by Jason Kim. Natalia Yakovleva styles the blonde in sleek and modern pieces from labels such as Marc by Marc Jacobs, Bottega Veneta and Dries van Noten in the studio images. / Hair by Shlomi Mor, Makeup by Samantha Trinh (both @ Atelier Management)
Kors’ Casual Luxury – For fall 2012, Michael Kors offered up a relaxed sense of luxury with a strong opening of tartan, plaid and tweed. This season, Kors focused on layering with heavy blanket coats and fluid dresses for a contrasting effect. The color palette was simple–steeped in rich hues of crimson, inky black, chocolate and camel. As the show progressed, the clothing became more sophisticated and tailored with cinched waists and fur-embellished coats. For the finale, Kors ended on a sensual note with sparkling and slinky gowns reminiscent of an era gone by.
Industrial Nature – Taking inspiration from the New York City landscape ranging from tall skyscrapers to natural sights, Kenneth Cole delivers an urban chic collection for the spring-summer season. Modeled by Ieva Laguna, the designs focus on contrasts–pairing jewel toned colors with basic black and white. The women’s collection plays on proportion, featuring fitted suits and voluminous dresses as well as maxi dresses. Spring represents the duality of the modern woman with looks that can easily translate from day to night.