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review28 Rogue Review | Most Popular Posts September 12 18, 2010

1. Lara Stone by Mert & Marcus in The Chronicles of Lara | Interview September 2010
2. Atelier Versace Fall 2010 Lookbook | Monika Jagaciak
3. Anja Rubik by Camilla Akrans for Vogue Germany October 2010
4. Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 | New York Fashion Week
5. Anna Jagodzinska & Karmen Pedaru by Mateusz Stankiewicz | Reserved Fall 2010 Campaign
6. Kristen McMenamy by Paolo Roversi in The Grand Couture | Vogue Italia September 2010

modelsown Monika Jagaciak, Hannah Holman & Tati Cotliar by Paolo Roversi for <em>Interview</em> September 2010

A group of young models from around the globe take center stage in Interview’s September issue. Photographed by Paolo Roversi, Monika Jagaciak, Ann Kenny, Kirby Kenny, Hannah Holman, Julia Nobis, Tati Cotliar and Mirte Maas wear heavily layered ensembles styled by Marie-Amelie Sauvé in Models Own.

albertacampaign Alberta Ferretti Fall 2010 Campaign | Monika Jagaciak & Sigrid Agren by Paolo Roversi

Going in a more darker direction for the fall season, Alberta Ferretti’s latest campaign enlists Paolo Roversi to photograph a series of film style advertisements. Starring Monika Jagaciak and Sigrid Agren, the moody images bring a whole new layer to the label’s feminine collection of outerwear and detail orientated dresses styled by Anastasia Barbieri.

pradafantasylb Prada Fantasy Lookbook Fall 2010

Prada’s fall 2010 collection comes alive with the label’s fantasy lookbook which takes a look at the past season through the illustrations of Alexander Reichert and Fausto Fantinuoli with photography by Phillip Meech. Featuring models such as Miranda Kerr, Barbara Palvin, Lara Stone, Monika Jagaciak, Kasia Struss, Kirsi Pyrhonen, Valerija Kelava, Maryna Linchuk, Ginta Lapina and others, the images go from the runway to the streets in retro style artwork.

valentinocouture Valentino | Paris Haute Couture Fall 2010

As with last season, the fall collection from Valentino’s Haute Couture line takes some risks with its exaggerated proportions and structural complexities. Yet whatever risks the collection may take, they are offset by a cool color palette of cream, black and a hint of that signature Valentino red. When looking at the garments, one can imagine that the range was made for a young and feminine woman with the understated hair and makeup that made the show’s “wow moments” that much more powerful.