7 Days 7 Looks – Kasia Struss stars in an online feature for Vogue.es, showcasing seven looks for seven days shot in the city of Paris. Ruben Vega photographs the Polish beauty in designs from the likes Balmain, Givenchy and Celine styled by Noelia Terrón-Laya in the candid snapshots.
View more photos from this feature on Vogue.es
Fantasy of the Future – Keeping with tradition, Prada releases its biannual Real Fantasies lookbook for the fall 2012 season. For autumn, Prada looked towards the future with intergalactic imagery contrasting the season’s psychedelic prints. The backstage images were photographed by Phil Meech while the artwork was made by Jerden Koolhaas and Lok Jansen. Some of our favorite models appear in the lookbook including Lindsey Wixson, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Ginta Lapina, Anne Vyalitsyna, Guinevere van Seenus, Elza Luijendijk, Katryn Kruger and Kasia Struss to name a few.
See the real fantasies film on Prada.com
El Icono Eterno ¡Resiste! – Vogue Mexico’s August cover girl Kasia Struss models iconic denim looks lensed by David Roemer (Atelier Management) with art direction by John Paul Tran. Fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves chooses a selection of cool denim offerings from Rag & Bone, Jeremy Scott, Tommy Hilfiger, Hermès, Michael Kors, The Blonds, and J Brand amongst others. Kasia is perfectly wind swept and tanned in the glossy studio images, with hair by Pasquale Ferrente and make-up by Chiho Omae.
Denim Darling – Kasia Struss wears head to toe Rag & Bone for the August cover of Vogue Mexico. Photographer David Roemer captured Kasia posing on a motorcycle for a rebellious touch.
Fierce Women – Alberta Ferretti taps Eniko Mihalik and Kasia Struss for its fall 2012 campaign photographed by Mario Sorrenti in New York. Styled by Marie Chaix, the duo wows in lush furs, sheer gowns and sunglasses with windswept hair by Anthony Turner. / Makeup by Aaron De Mey
Unflappable – Kasia Struss has been racking up the covers lately–from Vogue Korea to Harper’s Bazaar Spain and now her latest cover for W Korea cement the Polish beauty as one of fashion’s top models. Gracing the May issue, Kasia looks flapper chic in a sequined piece from Gucci’s spring 2012 collection matched with earring from AZ by Azature photographed by David Byun.
Retro Fantasy – As with every season, Prada releases its highly anticipated “Fantasy” lookbook and spring 2012 is no exception. The new season features a dose of nostalgia with handmade collages of vintage photographs from the fifties and sixties matched with images from backstage at the runway show. Models such as Lindsey Wixson, Kasia Struss, Ginta Lapina, Fei Fei Sun and Daphne Groeneveld make an appearance in photos shot by Phil Meech and artwork created by Jereon Koolhaas and Lok Jansen.
The Perfect Ten – Marking ten years at Lanvin, creative director Alber Elbaz celebrated with some of his “greatest hits” for the label’s fall 2012 collection. From sculpted silhouettes to jewel encrusted garments, the new season certainly had a festive feeling with a showing of all skirts and dresses. Opening with vibrant jewel tones of electric blue, scarlet and canary yellow; body conscious silhouettes and luxe detailing such as dramatic ruffles, fur and lace accents dominated the runway. As the show progressed, the color palette became darker with inky blacks and dark metallic fabrics. Topped off with gloves and chunky jewelry, the Lanvin woman looks ready to party for the autumn.
Isabel Marant’s Western Fall – Not a label known for following trends, the fall 2012 collection from Isabel Marant let its carefree spirit fly with the designer’s latest presentation shown during Paris Fashion Week. Inspired by southwestern style and cowgirls, autumn embraced feminine ruffles, floral detailing, casual denim and leather. Fringe and metallic accents brought an authentic touch to the well-tread theme. A muted color palette with pops of scarlet, electric blue and pink grounded the new season with a modern take on old west style.
Dior’s Classic Fall – Bill Gaytten looked towards the archives for inspiration with his second mainline collection for Dior’s fall 2012 presentation. With still no official word on a permanent creative director, the new season showcased demure forties and fifties inspired silhouettes in a muted color palette of taupe, black and burgundy. Despite the lack of Galliano opulence, Gaytten offered a lovely refinement for the autumn season with ballerina inspired shapes. Cinched jackets, pleated skirts and jewelry style embellishments dominate the Dior woman’s wardrobe for autumn.