New York Lovers–Releasing its spring-summer 2014 campaign, denim brand DL1961 Premium Denim enlists models Josephine Skriver and Roch Barbot for its latest advertisements. The images were lensed by Boo George and meant as an homage to the lazy days of a New York summer, shot on location on a New York beach. This season, DL1961 introduces the “Instasculpt” for women, a jean which micro sculpts the legs, butt and mid-section areas priced at $178.00. See more photos from the campaign below.
Two Women–For its spring-summer 2014 campaign, Joie enlists top models Josephine Skriver and Caroline Brasch Nielsen for a set of romantic images. Fashion photographer Glen Luchford captures the pair wearing the label’s dreamy designs featuring airy shapes, floral prints and long-sleeved shirts. Also, make sure to see Josephine in her recent shoot for Elle Brazil.
Brooklyn at Night – Appearing in the January cover story for Elle Brazil, Danish top model Josephine Skriver charms in an outdoors shoot photographed on location in the streets of Williamsburg by Nicole Heiniger. Stylist William Graper dresses the beauty in colorful prints and metallic looks from labels such as Saint Laurent, Prabal Gurung and Ammerman Scholsberg. Also, make sure to see more of Josephine in Urban Outfitter’s pre-spring lookbook. / Hair by Marco Santini, Makeup by Jake Bailey
Fresh Year, Fresh Looks – Fashion retailer Urban Outfitters kicks off the New Year with a pre-spring style book featuring fresh fashions. Models Josephine Skriver, Teresa Oman, Jena Goldsack and Chaun Loose pose for Devyn Gallindo is a series of sunny images. The girls wear floral prints as well as dreamy dresses and casual denim perfect for the first warm weather days. Also make sure to check out Urban Outfitters’ recent swimwear shoot for the new season.
The New Beauty – Danish model Josephine Skriver appears in the cover story for the premier issue of French bi-annual, Narcisse Magazine. The blonde stunner wows in a beauty shoot captured by Marcus Ohlsson of WM Artist Management. Makeup artist Fredrik Stambro and hair stylist Yukiko Tajima create Josephine’s glam looks using products from Chanel, YSL, Givenchy and more. / Manicure by Kelly B @ DeFacto
The Cool Style – Danish beauty Josephine Skriver graces the pages of Elle Sweden’s latest issue, sporting a wardrobe of laid-back style. Jimmy Backius of Camera Link captures the top model in a mix of street savvy looks ranging from oversized coats to pinstriped pants styled by Josephine Aune. / Hair and makeup by Kristina Kullenberg
Hanging Tough – Josephine Skriver pouts her way through Harper’s Bazaar Latin America’s September cover and accompanying “Riot Girl” spread. The Danish model looks every inch the part with her arms crossed, a defiant glare on her face, and animal print and leather apparel selected by stylist Catherine Newell-Hanson. Peruvian photographer Hans Neumann snapped the images for this rebellious fashion feature. / Hair by Shin Armina, Make-up by Chiho Omae
Pismo Beach – Josephine Skriver paints a rebellious picture, posing on dune buggies and motor bikes for the pre-fall lookbook from Revolve Clothing shot on location at Pismo Beach. The Danish model is photographed by Christopher Shintani and styled by Marco Rodriguez in a wardrobe of army camouflage, leather and animal prints from labels such as Wildfox, Equipment, Textile Elizabeth and James and Jeffery Campbell.
Louis Vuitton Don – Danish fashion model Josephine Skriver wears 60′s-inspired squares courtesy of Louis Vuitton’s spring 2013 collection for the latest issue of Eurowoman. Lensed by photographer Jonas Bie, the enchanting brunette is styled by Gertrud Bøndelykke as she poses against a big city skyline. / Makeup by Sara Rostrup, Hair by Mette Thorsgaard
Derby Season – The latest online story from V Magazine does a fashionable take on derby season with a story full of designer hats, lensed by Jason Kim. Danish model Josephine Skriver poses in the eye-catching millinery and dress work of Alexander Mcqueen, Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane, Tom Ford, Proenza Schouler and more styled by Yana Kamps. Andre Gunn gives Josephine disheveled hair while makeup artist Robert Greene adds a touch of red eyeshadow.