Black and Shine – Marine Deleeuw graces the pages of Interview Germany’s November issue in this sleek and dark fashion story shot by Sharif Hamza. The dark-haired beauty wears body-clinging and sensuous looks styled by fashion director Julia von Boehm in the seductive photographs. / Hair by Akki Shirakawa, Makeup by Frankie Boyd
Dries’ Designs – For its October issue, Interview Germany spotlights the designs of Belgian designer Dries van Noten. Model Corinna Ingenleuf looks like she is ready for an avant-garde safari in Van Noten’s colorful fringe and romantic patterns. Markus Jans photographed the dark-haired beauty in the retro style snaps while Klaus Stockhausen styled the shoot. / Hair and makeup by Thorsten Weiss
PHOTOGRAPHER: SEBASTIAN FAENA FOR INTERVIEW GERMANY, STYLING: JULIA VON BOEHM
Three Times Fall – For its September issue, Interview Germany taps two models and one actress for a set of three individual covers. Emily DiDonato, Dree Hemingway and Charlotte Gainsbourg each pose in fall fashions for the new issue which hits newsstands on August 21st.
Hemingway who works as a model, admits she finds it hard to relate to her famous grandfather, Ernest Hemingway, “I had to read ‘The Old Man and the Sea’ in school and barely made it through, I was so bored. People kept staring at me, expecting me to love it…They were obviously freaking out about his great-granddaughter taking their classes, but she didn’t give a shit.“
Rita – British singer Rita Ora has been embraced by the fashion community this year, and with its August cover story, Interview Germany is the latest glossy to feature the blonde dynamo. Lensed by Damon Baker, Rita rocks form-fitting looks in the studio snaps styled by Klaus Stockhausen. Inside the magazine, the “R.I.P.” singer opens up about meeting her mentor Jay-Z, ““He said Hello – and just in that moment, one of his bodyguards stepped on my shoes. Brand new Air Jordans…so I knelt down to rub them clean, ‘cause that’s what you’re supposed to do. But Jay-Z grabbed me by the shoulders, pulled me up and went: ‘Don’t ever do that. Come with me.’ And then…we went sneaker shopping. A whole suitcase of sneakers!”
Hard Candy – Ever playing the part of the vixen, South African model Candice Swanepoel smolders in the pages of Interview Germany’s June issue. In front of Sharif Hamza’s lens, the blonde bombshell poses in the backseat of a car in various states of undress. Fashion director Julia von Boehm selects sexy ensembles for Candice to wear including the designs of Burberry Prorsum, Valentino, Versace and others.
You’re Beautyful – Marie Piovesan stars in a dramatic new Ben Hassett photo shoot for Interview Germany’s May 2013 issue. With her bold red lips and brightly colored eye makeup, as created by makeup artist Yadim, the French model cuts a striking figure. Stylist Julia von Boehm pairs Marie’s awe-inspiring look with fashionable high-end apparel from the houses of Dior, Versace, Alberta Ferretti and Mary Katrantzou. / Hair by Akki
Americana – For the May 2013 issue of Interview Germany, Argentine fashion model Magda Laguinge channels her inner Americana for photographer Sebastian Faena’s black-and-white lens. Dressed by International Fashion Director Julia von Boehm in sultry looks from Jean Paul Gaultier, Falke, Valentino, Alexander Wang and more, the blonde bombshell is magnetic on set. / Hair by Shay Ashual, Makeup by Jeanine Lobell
Two Stars – For its April issue, Interview Germany taps actress Diane Kruger and singer Sky Ferreira for two covers photographed by Markus Jans and Hedi Slimane respectively. Kruger says on her turn from model to actress, “I was far too unhappy to carry on as a model. I kept telling myself: How can you possibly be this unhappy at 22?” Ferreira also opens up to Interview about her modeling, “I always thought I was ugly. People tell me that to my face: ‘Sky, you’re not pretty, but you look good in a different way. Like a cute zombie.’”
Couture – Decked out in a wardrobe of all haute couture looks from the fall-winter collections, Franzi Mueller graces the pages of Interview Germany’s March issue. Markus Jans photographs the brunette in standout pieces from the likes of Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier and Chanel Haute Couture. Styled by Klaus Stockhausen, the looks take a dark turn with moody settings and off-kilter makeup.
Glamour Girl – Model and television personality Heidi Klum covers the March issue of Interview Germany, looking sultry with red lips and lush curls. Photographed by Rankin, Heidi also opens up about her success in Amaerica to the magazine; “My face and my body have turned into a trademark. I can sense that my scope of duties is slowly transforming itself. I’m very happy that America has welcomed me with open arms. My farewell greeting ‘Auf Wiedersehen’ has become cult over here.”