Summer Duo – Maryna Linchuk and Monika Sawicka star as the faces of Massimo Dutti’s summer campaign, lensed by Hunter & Gatti. Set against a minimal backdrop, the duo wears lightweight dresses and lacy outerwear as they pose with a summer ease.
How I Met Your Mother – Maryna Linchuk channels her inner Victoria Beckham as she runs around the city with a pair of kids for the May cover shoot of Vogue Russia. In front of Alexi Lubomirski’s (Management Artists) lens, Maryna dons the spring collections of Nina Ricci, Burberry Prorsum, Azzedine Alaïa and others styled by Ekaterina Mukkhina. A sleek ponytail by hair stylist Tomohiro Ohashi (Management Artists) and flawless makeup by Tyron Machhausen complete the mom chic ensembles. / Set design by Mark Chandler, Manicure by Andrea Escorcia
Water Music – Maryna Linchuk shows off her swimsuit ready physique for the April issue of Vogue Germany with a sultry water sports story lensed by Alexi Lubomirski. Styled by fashion editor Christiane Arp, Maryna hits the water for a day of fun in the sun with the revealing designs of Balenciaga, Isabel Marant, Herve Leger by Max Azria and many more. Hair stylist Miki gives her wet locks while makeup artist Tyron Machhausen perfects her sun-kissed glow.
Marvelous Maryna – Maryna Linchuk wows in some of spring’s hottest looks for the spring-summer issue of El Libro Amarillo by El Palacio de Hierro. Photographed by David Roemer (Atelier Management) with styling by Luisa Pena, Maryna sports the standout frocks of Gucci, Burberry Prorsum, Stella McCartney, Max Azria and others in the glam studio images. / Hair by Keith Carpenter, Makeup by Hung Vanngo, Manicure by Atyana Molot
A Celebration – Celebrating fifteen years of his label, Matthew Williamson presented a fall 2012 collection that is as nostalgic as it is current. A color palette of turquoise, plum, citrus orange and dark chartreuse provided a rich variety with a combination of Williamson’s signature print work on display. Tailored trousers, lightweight gowns and above-the-knee skirts dominated the runway. Glittering sequins decorated the occasional dress paired with metallic fabric. The show closed with a partially sheer gown worn by Maryna Linchuk that was adorned with large crystals.
Ralph Lauren’s Dapper and Divine Fall – On the final day of New York Fashion Week, Ralph Lauren presented a fall 2012 collection of refined glamour inspired by English aristocrats in autumn hues of navy, black, grey, plum and gold accents. The first section focused on menswear inspired pantsuits with dapper tailoring and newspaper boy hats softened by feminine curves and eclectic patterns. As the show progressed, the garments became more feminine featuring slinky gowns in long and fluid shapes of satin and velvet. A bit of glitz appeared in the form of sparkling sequins and ostrich feathers, culminating in a stunning finale gown of gold lamé worn by model Olga Sherer.
Posen’s Eastern Fall – For fall 2012, Zac Posen transformed his signature evening wear looks into something a bit more Eastern inspired with models wearing high chignons and novel prints. Dramatic fishtail and mermaid silhouettes dominated the runway detailed with kimono-like belts. Shoulders held a strong shape, showcasing big, powerful folds of origami influence. Styled in bright red lips, look-at-me jewelry and fur coats; the Posen woman is certainly someone who will make an entrance for autumn.
Dior Couture – Patrick Demarchelier captures a retrospective of Dior Haute Couture ranging from 1947 to present day in a photo book that was released late last year. Below we have a preview of some of the most striking images from the 240 page, “Dior Couture”, which features models Sasha Pivovarova, Magdalena Frackowiak, Jac Jagaciak, Maryna Linchuk and others. Demarchelier describes the designs best by saying, “When you’re a fashion photographer, you must inspire a dream, with Dior Haute Couture, the dream is already there.”