Los Nuevos Setenta – Jacquelyn Jablonski looks very posh in the January cover story of Vogue Latin America, wearing pieces evoking 70′s style. With art direction by John Paul Tran, photographer David Roemer lenses the brunette while Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists) styles her in the designs of Gucci with accessories from other labels. On beauty are hair stylist Rolando Beauchamp and makeup artist Christian McCulloch with a retro touch.
What Happened Yesterday – Photographed by Steven Pan, model Jacquelyn Jablonski poses in autumn outerwear for the latest issue of Exit Magazine. Stylist Michelle Cameron dresses the brunette in designs from the likes of Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein Collection, Alexander Wang and Stella McCartney. Hair stylist Tamara McNaughton creates Jacquelyn’s slick, multi-colored coif while makeup artist Karan Franjola gives her smokey eyes.
The Shine of Couture – Jacquelyn Jablonski drips in diamonds and couture for the October issue of Vogue Russia, lensed by Catherine Servel. Wearing an array of dazzling looks from the likes of Givenchy, Jil Sander and Giambattista Valli Haute Couture; Jacquelyn showcases opulence at its finest with Ekaterina Mukhina’s elegant selects. On beauty are makeup artist Alice Ghendrih and hair stylist Christian Eberhard.
View From the Top – Benny Horne lenses this fall fashion editorial for the September issue of Vogue Australia featuring American beauty Jacquelyn Jablonski. Fashion editor Christine Centenera focuses on unique designs from a variety of collections including selects from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Prada, Chanel, Miu Miu, Lanvin, Diane von Furstenberg, Salvatore Ferragamo, Balmain and Burberry Prorsum. / Hair by Shin Arima, Make-up by Christian McCulloch
The Hilfiger Family – The Tommy Hilfiger family takes to the picturesque setting of Warrenton, Virginia, for the label’s fall 2012 campaign photographed by Craig McDean. Styled by Karl Templer, the advertisements star Noah Mills, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Max Rogers, Andre Douglas, Bernard Fouquet, Chloe Blackshire, Arthur Kulkov, Gracie Carvalho, Julia Hafstrom, Lea Sorensen, Marcel Castenmiller, Sam Way, Toni Garrn, Tao Okamoto and Thomas Gledhill in town and country autumn ensembles.
Desert Beauties – Free People taps Jacquelyn Jablonski, Hailey Clauson, Luisa Bianchin and Kate Harrison for its April catalogue featuring music festival inspired looks. Captured by Thomas Northcut, the quartet travels to the desert in relaxed denim, mid-drift baring cuts, crotchet knits and colorful patterns. The girls all accessorize with metal jewelry and sunglasses as they explore their surroundings carefreely.
Keeping it Simple – Sonia Rykiel creative director April Crichton created a pared down showing of sophisticated knitwear and suiting for the label’s fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. Using a muted color palette of pewter, ash grey, black and sherbet, the Rykiel woman embraces mix and match separates for the new season with a modern edge. Asymmetrical hemlines, thin belts and cropped jackets all dominated the runway as models sported slick hair matched with headbands. A finale of mostly sheer black ensembles brought a sense of dark romanticism to the practical collection.
Dries’ Eastern Fall – For fall 2012, Dries Van Noten embraced an Asian inspired outing with lush coats, tailored suiting and patterned jackets influenced by designs in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The Van Noten woman takes her trip to the East with streamlined silhouettes and dragon or floral prints matched with fur adorned parkas. The Belgian designer’s distinct menswear influence loosened at times, providing delicate dresses and skirts in kaleidoscopic hues of citrus orange, turquoise, jade and ivory. Despite using a well-established theme, Van Noten brought something fresh and distinctly modern to the upcoming autumn.
Ferragamo’s Strict Elegance – For fall 2012, Salvatore Ferragamo tempered tropical prints in exchange for black leather and lace with its latest collection previewed during Milan Fashion Week. Coats had a military inspired cut with sweeping shapes and gold accents, while skirts came in flirty shapes paired with belts in black or chocolate. As the show progressed, black transformed into plum, taupe and dark scarlet hues. Designer Massimiliano Giornetti ended on a romantic note–featuring sheer dresses with brocade detailing and billowing shapes.
Dolce & Gabbana’s Baroque Woman – Dolce & Gabbana’s Italian glamour took a turn for bejeweled, Baroque inspired beauty with designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s fall 2012 showing presented during Milan Fashion Week. Influenced by Sicilian art work, models took to the runway in brocade and cherub tapestry prints. Accessories for the show included bejeweled headbands, gold jewelry and pearl adorned handbags. Delicate lace work was also on display with ladylike dresses that reached the knee and black veils worn like the Madonna. Bringing some sex appeal to the demure showing, Dolce sent out lingerie inspired bustiers and hot pants for a cheeky take on the Baroque influence.