Spring Launch – 3.1 Phillip Lim is one of fashion’s most notable names, but has waited until now to launch its first advertising campaign. For spring 2013, the brand tapped rising stars Katryn Kruger and Franzi Mueller for images photographed on the streets of New York by Alessio Bolzoni. The colorful images were styled by Nancy Rohde and set to launch online and in print with magazines such as Another, LOVE, Interview and Vogue US.
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
Modern Art – Marking the re-launch of the iCB collection with Prabal Gurung as the new Chief Designer, the fall 2012 campaign features Katryn Kruger and Laura Kampman posing in front of graphic artwork. Sebastian Kim photographed the duo with styling by Tiina Laakkonen which showcases the autumn season’s bold use of color, print and strong, tailored pieces. The custom artwork was made under the creative direction of Melissa Jones in collaboration with Gurung.
Two of a Kind – Oscar de la Renta enlists South African beauties Candice Swanepoel and Katryn Kruger for its fall 2012 campaign, lensed by Craig McDean. Candice and Katryn are lovely in de la Renta’s pastel hues and jewel prints styled by Alex White.
Blue Girls – Candice Swanepoel and Katryn Kruger replace Karlie Kloss as the face of Oscar de la Renta’s fall 2012 campaign. Craig McDean captures the South African duo in jewel print dresses in shades of blue with styling by Alex White. (WWD)
Indigo Girl – Katryn Kruger is feeling blue for an indigo themed story published in the April 8th edition of Stella Magazine. James Meakin’s dreamy images are styled by Charlie Harrington, featuring the designs of Donna Karan, Bottega Veneta, Yves Saint Laurent and others. A slicked back ‘do by Daniel Martin and red lips by Sandra Cooke offer a glam take on the blue trend.
Sharp Dressed Woman – Prada campaign girl Katryn Kruger takes on structural shapes with a feminine twist for James Meakin’s recent work featured in Stella Magazine’s March 11th issue. Styled by Charlie Harrington, Katryn takes to the sunny outdoors in the spring collections of Dolce & Gabbana, Dior, Chanel and others with a timeless sophistication. / Hair by Daniel Martin, Makeup by Sandra Cooke
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
That Stella Appeal – The April issue of Interview Magazine features sporty yet form-fitting looks from Stella McCartney’s spring collection, shot by Craig McDean. Starring the beautiful Katryn Kruger with floral imagery, the black and white images show off a seductive side of McCartney’s designs styled by fashion editor Karl Templer. Slicked back hair by Anthony Turner and flawless makeup by Mark Carrasquillo bring a modern edge to the classic images.
Read the article and see more images on InterviewMagazine.com
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.