Doutzen Kroes: The Siren – Doutzen Kroes is nothing short of stunning for the fall-winter issue of Industrie Magazine. Photographed by Erik Torstensson and styled by Simon Robins, the Dutch beauty enchants in siren sexy looks featuring leather, metal detailing and trendy hats. For beauty, Doutzen rocks bed-head hair and scarlet red lips for the perfect look.
Cara Delevingne: The Idol – Cara Delevingne appears in the latest cover shoot from Industrie Magazine, showing off an understated side to her cool personality. Alasdair McLellan photographs the British model in a series of portraits where she sports a wardrobe of all Azzedine Alaia styled by Alastair McKimm. The makeup and hair for the shoot is kept minimal to let Cara’s natural beauty shine through.
Cara on Industrie – A mostly fresh-faced Cara Delevingne covers the fall-winter issue of bi-annual fashion publication, Industrie. This follows up a long string of covers for the British model including Vogue Japan, W Magazine and Numero. On the cover, Cara poses for Alasdair McLellan in an Azzedine Alaia look with styling by Alastair McKimm.
Vogue Italia editor-in-chief, Franca Sozzani, gets her turn as cover girl for the fourth edition of Industrie Magazine. Franca is photographed by Terry Richardson and styled by Katie Grand for the new issue.
Jean-Charles de Castelbajac Retrospect – The third issue of Industrie celebrates the work of Jean-Charles de Castelbajac with a whimsical retrospective filled with illustrations by the designer himself. Lensed by Sharif Hamza and styled by Veronique Didry (Trouble Management), Julia Saner wears his stunning and sometimes surreal creations.
Cover Boys – One of fashion’s top photography duos, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, cover the third issue of Industrie Magazine. Industrie will be available May 9th in select retailers around the world.
Marc Jacobs photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for Industrie #2 F/W 2010
The first issue of Industrie magazine makes a splash with its cover star editor-in-chief of Vogue, Anna Wintour. It’s bad news for Daria Werbowy fans, but good news for fashion lovers abound. It appears that initial Daria cover that has been circling around is indeed fake. With contributors including Camilla Akrans and Sølve Sundsbø, we can not wait to see what’s inside the newly launched publication.