Magdalena Frackowiak

magdalena frackowiak00 Magdalena Frackowiak by Greg Kadel for <em>Numéro</em> #115

Underneath studio lights, the August edition of Numéro presents the perfect opportunity for photographer Greg Kadel and model Magdalena Frackowiak to work together once again. With the aide of fashion editor Brian Molloy, Kadel captures Magdalena in leather-based ensembles from the likes of Gucci, Balenciaga and Givenchy that have a look of disheveled elegance.

givenchycouture Givenchy | Paris Haute Couture Fall 2010

Givenchy’s fall haute couture collection garnered a more intimate gathering this season with a special presentation consisting of ten looks with ten models. Riccardo Tisci, the label’s creative director, said of the change, “I want to make couture even more special than it is, and not just another catwalk show.” Gone are the black ensembles and dramatic makeup which are replaced with neutral shades and ornate details of lace and fringe. Topping off the look are sleek silhouettes and tailored jackets.

magdalena frackowiak0 Magdalena Frackowiak by Chad Pitman for <em>Numéro</em> #114

Magdalena Frackowiak goes femme fatale for her latest work in the June-July edition of Numéro. In front of the lens of Chad Pitman, the blonde beauty wears a combination of black and metallic pieces from labels such as Chanel, Emporio Armani and Gucci. Styled by Capucine Safyurtlu, Magdalena is the perfect mix of elegance and seductress in Frisson.

magdalena frackowiak Magdalena Frackowiak by Horst Diekgerdes | <em>Vogue Germany</em> May 2010

Horst Diekgerdes captures an atmosphere of absolute relaxation for his latest work in Vogue Germany May. Starring Magdalena Frackowiak as a motorcycle riding and denim wearing beauty, the vibrant spread goes from the beaches to hilltops with its varied locations. Courtesy of fashion editor Julia von Boehm, Magdalena shines in easygoing ensembles featuring garments from the likes of Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana and Prada in Feel Free.

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