Girls, Girls – Vs. Magazine celebrates modeling talent in its spring summer 2013 edition. Marcus Ohlsson photographs rising stars from the IMG, Women, Supreme, and Wilhemina stables for the shoot. Marcell Rocha styled Zheyna, Mila, Annabelle, Regina Feoktistova, Kiki Kang, Lyoka Tyagnereva, Irina, Karmay, Keilani, Fashionette, Nicole, Paige and Nairoby Matos in bold brights from YSL, glitzy metallics from Guerlain, and dramatic monochromatic hues from Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana for the seasonal fashion spread. / Beauty directing by Fredrik Stambro
She’s a Lady – Lyoka Tyagnereva graces the pages of Madame Germany’s March issue wearing ladylike styles from the resort collections at the picturesque Sands Point Preserve. In front of Jamie Nelson’s lens, Lyoka exudes pure elegance in the designs of Valentino, Gucci, Chanel and Givenchy amongst others styled by Natalie Manchot.
Inspired by eastern fashion, photographer Nagi Sakai and stylist Vittoria Cerciello (De Facto) join forces for the March edition of Flair. Starring Lyoka Tyagnereva, the colorful spread showcases the work of Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Dior and others with an oriental twist. / Casting by Anita Bitton
Lyoka Tyagnereva photographed by Nagi Sakai for Flair February 2011
David Roemer gets his second editorial for Marie Claire Spain with Last Dance, starring Lyoka Tyagnereva. Bringing a sense of seventies glam to the December issue, fashion editor Enrique Campos pieces together a wardrobe of sweeping gowns, loose-fitting jumpsuits and luxe furs.
Lyoka Tyagnereva for Marie Claire Italia November 2010
Stranded in the desert, model Lyoka Tyagnereva puts on a show for David Roemer’s (Atelier Management) lens in the September cover shoot from Marie Claire Spain. Styled by Florence Reveillaud, Lyoka sports the heavy layers of Roberto Cavalli, Sonia Rykiel and Celine in the enchanting story.
Lyoka Tyagnereva photographed by David Roemer for Marie Claire Spain September 2010
In a way this is a continuation of my Swarovski post from Dazed & Confused. This time however, the photos come from Another Magazine. I have to say that I enjoyed the backstage shots a bit more. Perhaps it’s because there were less effects in those. These feel a bit overloaded with light textures but they’re still beautiful nonetheless.