Día de los Muertos – Inspired by the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead, the October issue of Marie Claire US highlights embellished style with Catholic imagery and jewelry. Photographer Enrique Badulescu captures model Imogen Morris Clarke amidst the rich colors of Yucatan, wearing a lavish wardrobe selected by stylist Romina Herrara Malatesta (2b Management). Frida Kahlo hair by Ward Stegerhoek and smoky eyes courtesy of makeup artist Vicky Steckel complete the haunting looks.
Ingénue – Imogen Morris Clarke (Next) stars in these fall campaign shots lensed by Hugues Laurent for Vicini Shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti. Imogen is effortless in fresh styling by Felipe Mendes while Vicini shoes give her just the right romantic touch to carry her through the streets of Paris. / Beauty by Hugo Villard
Gym Couture – Pairing high fashion pieces with platform sneakers, fashion editor Vittoria Cerciello (De Facto Inc.) gives Imogen Morris Clarke a new look for Flair Magazine’s September issue. Lensed by Benjamin Lennox, Imogen lights up the page in the colorful designs of Prada, Blumarine, Marc Jacobs and others complemented by the set designs of Matthew Betmaleck.
Carnival Outing – Like a little girl at a carnival, Imogen Morris Clarke stars in the spring campaign from Red by Valentino. Taking on the season’s inspiration of girlish fantasy in picture form, Imogen wows in feminine frills and womanly accents lensed by Pablo Arroyo.
Shady Lady – Imogen Morris Clarke stars in Billy Kidd’s expression laden sunglasses story for the latest issue of Soma. Styled by Priscilla Polley, Imogen dons high fashion specs from the likes of Fendi, Karen Walker and Tom Ford in the dynamic black and white portraits.
Cover girl Tati Cotliar joins forces with Naomi Preizler, Imogen Morris Clarke and Egle Tvirbutaite for the latest issue of Metal Magazine. In front of Aingeru Zorita’s lens, the quartet dons some of the most memorable looks from the spring collections styled by Angela Esteban Librero, and featuring the designs of Missoni, Rodarte, Salvatore Ferragamo and more.
Imogen Morris Clarke photographed by Jason Nocito and styled by Lauren Blane
A neutral color palette paired with accents of bold yellow ground the spring collection from Filippa K as the Swedish label presents loose fitting separates, fitted pants and billowing skirts that are accessible to almost every woman. Aiding the minimalist approach, models donned simple hair and makeup for the casually chic collection.
Imogen Morris Clarke makes her debut appearance Dazed & Confused with a futuristic editorial photographed by Mel Bles. Styled by Cathy Edwards, Imogen exudes a girlish charm as she wears pieces from Jean Paul Gaultier, Gucci and Chanel.
Model Credits: Chanel Iman, Coco Rocha, Imogen Morris Clarke, Daul Kim, Natasha Poly, Liu Wen, Viktoriya Sasonkina, Anna Selezneva, Anna Kuchkina and Tara Gill