Then and Now – With her classic features, Kinga Rajzak (Exit Model Management) makes the perfect model for Vogue China’s May feature which takes a look at beauty trends spanning from the 1910s to the 1990s. Kinga poses for David Dunan in the striking portraits, wearing embellished tops from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Gucci, Marc Jacobs and Saint Laurent styled by Ondine Azoulay. For beauty, hair stylist Sebastien Richard and makeup artist Georgina Graham transform the brunette with a dramatic touch. / Manicure by Trish Lomax
Urban Lady – Kinga Rajzak (Exit Model Management) looks very posh in the April 2013 edition of Vogue Ukraine. Photographed by Serge Leblon, the Slovakian stunner wears pieces from the likes of Pucci, Chanel, Miu Miu, Dior and more chosen by stylist Ekaterina Mukhina. / Hair by Nicolas Jurnjack, Make-up by Violette
The Return of Jil – The February issue of Vogue Russia spotlights the spring 2013 collection from Jil Sander designed by the label’s founder after an eight-year-long hiatus. Kinga Rajzak (Exit Model Management) poses for Emma Tempest in studio images reflecting the minimal aesthetic of the season. Stylist Camilla Pole selects standout pieces for the brunette to wear. / Makeup by Mel Arter, Hair by Halley Brisker
Cumbres Borrascosas – Ethereal beauty Kinga Rajzak (Exit Model Management) dons an eclectic collection of winter wear for Vogue Spain in its January 2013 issue. Photographed by Jason Kibbler in a snowy outdoor setting, Kinga showcases a variety of dramatic cloaks and luxe coats chosen by stylist Tony Irvine. / Hair by James Rowe, Makeup by Benjamin Puckey
The Scarlet Focus – With fall approaching, the September issue of Vogue Japan inspires with dreamy, gothic beauty looks perfect for any funereal fashionista. Kinga Kajzak wears a mix of romantic looks by make-up artist Petros Petrohilos, who focuses on either eye or lip in portraits lensed by Jem Mitchell. Stylist Jamie Surman’s wardrobe marries elegant and edgy while Kinga’s tresses are given a unique unfinished look with raven hues by hair stylist Neil Moodie.
Paris Girl – Cover star Kinga Rajzak travels to Paris’ Shangri-La for the February edition of Harper’s Bazaar Singapore. Lensed by John-Paul Pietrus with styling by Kenneth Goh, the brunette beauty wows in ladylike spring looks from Chanel with a seductive twist in the striking images. / Makeup by Alice Ghendrih, Hair by Leila A
Owens’ Fiery Fall – Taking a dark turn from spring’s parade of white, designer Rick Owens was back to black and grey for his fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. All the usual trappings of Owens’ creations were out in full form–the long silhouettes, leather works and futuristic undertones appeared against a setting of fire. Models took to the runway wearing stark red lips and mesh masks in the post-apocalyptic designs. For the finale, Owens offered some prints in the form of checkered plaid matched with slouchy trousers layered under skirts.
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.
Balenciaga’s Power Dressing – Balenciaga designer Nicolas Ghesquière sent out his own vision of 80′s power dressing with the label’s fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. Coats with puffed-up shoulders opened the show, featuring bright dresses in electric blue and scarlet layered underneath. Metallic detailing and graphic prints brought a futuristic appeal to the strong silhouettes. Besides outerwear, the autumn season also offered mid-length skirts and slouchy trousers.
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.