Pop Smart – Vogue Netherlands’ September issue highlights bold autumn brights and eye-catching prints with a fashion spread featuring Ajak Deng. The model poses for Marc de Groot in a vibrant selection of looks courtesy of fashion editor Dimphy den Otter. Designs from brands like Marni, DKNY and Dries van Noten stand out in the studio snaps. / Hair and Make-Up by Irena Ruben
Birkin’s Back – For Vogue Netherlands’ May 2013 issue and denim special, Serbian fashion model Mijo Mihaljcic poses for photographer Marc de Groot. Styled by Jos van Heel in hip flair denim styles that evoke seventies, Jane Birkin inspired style; the long-haired brunette shines in these sunny outdoor portraits. / Hair and Makeup by Irena Ruben
Crazy Colours – The March 2013 edition of Vogue Netherlands highlights the season’s most colorful looks with a shoot starring Delfine Bafort. The blonde hits the studio in vibrant images lensed by Marc de Groot. Stylist Jos van Heel selects a mix of jewel tones and colored metallic fabrics from the likes of Burberry Prorsum, Costume National, Mugler and Versus for Delfine to wear. / Hair and makeup by Irena Ruben
Près du Corps – Taking on a wardrobe of sleek black looks, Natasa Vojnovic rocks style with edge for the December edition of Vogue Netherlands. In front of Marc de Groot’s lens, the blonde pulls off powerful poses in a wardrobe selected by stylist Jos van Heel. The designs of Yohji Yamamoto, Ralph Lauren and Gareth Pugh amongst others complement Natasha’s sheared cut and smokey eye courtesy of beauty artist Irena Ruben.
Neo-Victorian – The November edition of Vogue Netherlands enlists Marc de Groot for a story inspired by Transylvania, vampires and Victorian style starring cover girl Anna de Rijk. Fashion editor Marije Goekoop sets the stage for drama with the oversize silhouettes of Roberto Cavalli, Elie Saab, Valentino and Alberta Ferretti amongst others. With beauty by Irena Ruben, Anna impresses whether playing damsel in distress or vampire queen.
Shenzhou-9 – Futurism meets fashion in this cutting edge editorial lensed by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands’ September issue. Model Grace Guozhi finds herself in a fantastic spaceship setting wearing a wardrobe of sleek, minimalistic shapes, clean lines and pure colors. Stylist Marije Goekoop finds the perfect cosmic accessories and reflective metallics with selects from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Celine, Paco Rabanne, Chalayan, Iris Van Herpen, Antonio Berardi, Versace, Mugler, Chanel and Gareth Pugh. / Hair and Make-Up by Irena Ruben
Eastern Promises – Vogue Netherlands pays tribute to the autumn trend of Eastern-influenced fashions with its September issue. Captured by Marc de Groot, model Marique Schimmel dons the oriental jacquards and kimono inspired shapes of Dries von Noten, Gucci, Stella McCartney, Calvin Klein and many others. Stylist Dimphy den Otter’s regal selects are complemented by multi-colored hair and flawless makeup by beauty artist Irena Ruben.
She Likes to Move – Bette Franke is a dancing queen in the premier issue of Vogue Netherlands, shot by Marc de Groot. Wearing flapper inspired looks from the likes of Gucci, Ralph Lauren and Etro styled by Marije Goekoop; Bette wows from head to toe with a shock of curly hair by and glam makeup by beauty artist Irena Ruben. Art deco accessories and platform heels complete the retro inspired ensembles.
The Amsterdam Experience – After taking a look at the cover yesterday, we have a glimpse of the editorial content from Vogue Netherlands’ premier issue. Focusing on the city of Amsterdam, Marc de Groot captures Ymre Stiekema, Romee Strijd, Josefien Rodermans, Svea Kloosterhof, Anne Verhallen, Rianne van Rompaey and Imaan Hammam in vibrant spring looks. From tattoo parlors to classic artwork to enjoying a serving of herring, the images celebrate all things Dutch with flirty styling by fashion editor Marije Goekoop. On beauty are makeup artist Irena Ruben and hair stylist Ilham Mestour.
Ladies First – Vogue Netherlands’ premier issue launches with a cover of all Dutch models Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans and Romee Strijd. Captured by Marc de Groot, the trio sport ladylike pastel looks for spring.