Venice Story – Photographed in the Italian city of Venice, Gianluca Fontana captures models Karlina Caune and Hye Jung Lee in an evocative story for W Korea March. The duo poses in designs with sharp lines and drapey silhouettes styled by Woo Lee. The moody photographs are juxtaposed with imagery of the city during day and night. / Hair by Gianluca Guaitoli, Makeup by Adalberto P.
Class Act – A bouffant topped Karlina Caune is the latest model to front Tom Ford for his label’s spring 2013 campaign. Ford photograph the brunette stunner himself in ultra-glam looks which switch between sexy and ladylike elegance with the use of metallics and glossy materials.
Decorated Pre-Fall – For Burberry’s pre-fall 2013 collection, chief creative officer Christopher Bailey focused on sculpted shapes with a touch of embellishment. Modeled by Karlina Cuane, the transitional season takes the classic trench into contemporary times aided by bold color-blocking, stripes and splattered prints. As for knitwear, the Burberry woman gets swathed in pure cashmere, alpaca wool and calvary twill in shades of crimson, navy, black and camel.
Future Sport – Sportmax taps Karlina Caune for its fall 2012 campaign featuring form-fitting shapes and a color palette of mostly black. Karlina makes an elegant vision in sleek, futuristic looks adorned with fur and leather.
Duality – Photographer Enric Galceran lenses Karlina Caune for the cover story of BMM Magazine’s latest issue. Styled by Lidia Aguilera, Karlina is captured in black and white with loose hair and strong silhouettes. For Enric’s richly colored portraits of her, Karlina dons a sleek coif and an elegant wardrobe of patterned and textured attire. / Makeup – Manuela Pane, Hair – Carol Guzman, Manicure – Junior Queiros
I’m Not Afraid of Heights, I’m Afraid of Falling – Tung Walsh captures a reclining Karlina Caune for the June-July issue of Russh Magazine. Wearing bold graphic prints styled by Anna Schiffel, Karlina remains elegantly posed even on the ground in the designs of Alexander Wang, Valentino, Maison Martin Margiela and Marc Jacobs amongst others. On beauty are makeup artist Lotten Holmqvist and hair stylist Halley Brisker.
The Faces – Greg Kadel captures new faces Katryn Kruger, Karlina Caune and Franziska Müller wearing spring couture for the May issue of Vogue Germany. Styled by Nicola Knels, the trio dons designs from the likes of Dior, Versace and Valentino Haute Couture in the striking studio images. On beauty are hair stylist Franco Gobbi and makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds. / Casting by Julia Lange
Don’t Be a Drag, Just Be a Queen – i-D’s spring issue is all about royalty and for one of its stories, the publication showcases armored regalness with looks modeled by up and comers Julia Frauche, Karlina Caune, Daga Ziober and Maria Bradley. Captured by Amy Troost with styling by Alastair McKimm, the girls take on fierce frocks from some of fashion’s biggest names including Lanvin, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga and Versace. Spiky locks by Rita Marmor and understated makeup by Pep Gay complete the gladiator inspired ensembles.
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.
Ricci’s Dark Elegance – For fall 2012, Nina Ricci creative director Peter Copping delivered dark elegance with an autumn color palette of inky black, plum, burgundy and ash grey dominating the runway. Despite the gothic colors, the Ricci woman was still her ladylike self with fur embellished gloves, hourglass silhouettes and modest hemlines. Lush wool coats were matched with sheer chiffon pieces and heavy knits. Using a mix of the classic and the modern, Copping managed to give the signature Ricci sophistication a slight edge for the upcoming autumn.