Taking it to the Streets – For her latest line with UK-based retailer River Island, pop superstar Rihanna enlists a cast of leading models for the fall-winter campaign. Lachlan Bailey shot beauties including Milou van Groesen, Nyasha Matonhodze, Ji Hye Park and Tati Cotliar for the street style inspired snaps. Mel Ottenberg worked as stylist for the advertisements which spotlight the new season’s camouflage prints, bold stripes and underwear as outerwear style.
Milou – Dutch beauty Milou van Groesen models the monochromatic trend for the latest issue of Singles Korea. The blonde beauty poses for Hong Jang Hyun in a series of laid-back images featuring Prada, Lanvin and Michael Kors. Styled by William Graper, Milou exudes casual elegance with a mix of denim, sandals and casual separates.
Modern Hareket – Milou van Groesen stars in the February cover shoot of Harper’s Bazaar Turkey wearing ultra-sleek style. In front of Koray Birand’s lens, the blonde beauty poses in the studio wearing the selects of stylist Hakan Bahar. For beauty, hair stylist Ibrahim Zengin and makeup artist Ali Riza Ozdemir create understated glam looks. / Production by Productionising
The City of Angel – Cover girl Milou van Groesen poses for the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar Korea, wearing a wardrobe provided by Giorgio Armani’s fall collection. Nagi Sakai takes to the desert, shooting Milou outside a cinematic motel setting perfect for Armani’s tailored and androgynous designs. A messy coif by hair stylist Adrian Clark and understated beauty by makeup artist Hong Hyun Jeong complete the stylish look.
Hanne Gaby Odiele by Michael Schwartz, Styling by Aeri Yun
Back in Black – New Zealand-based glossy Black Magazine offers four top models for its latest covers featuring Hanne Gaby Odiele, Andrej Pejic, Valerija Kelava and Milou van Groesen. The quartet wears spring looks from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Robert Lee Morris for the new issue set to hit newsstands on Monday.
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.
Missoni’s Slinky Fall – After last season’s explosion of colors, the fall 2012 collection from Missoni muted the color palette and focused on form-fitting shapes for the new season. Designer Angela Missoni created cozy yet seductive knitwear in dreamy tones of sage green, camel, ash grey and burgundy. Accessories included thin belts above the waist, fur hats, latex gloves and boots with chunky heels. Of course, Missoni’s signature prints were also put on full display with a mix and match of luxe winter layers.
Back to Nature – English author Beatrix Potter’s botanical illustrations inspired Preen designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi for the label’s fall 2012 collection. The pair, originally from Britain, brought a bit of the English countryside to New York Fashion Week with floral patterns, butterfly prints and bold color blocking on the runway. Silhouettes hinged on classic with ’40s inspired dress shapes and tapered pants. The final section embraced a ladylike demureness with sheer lace tops and sequin embellished skirts.
Armani Slickness – Showing off her sheared coif, Milou van Groesen replaces Sasha Pivovarova as the face of Giorgio Armani’s spring 2012 campaign. In front of Mert & Marcus’ lens, Milou wows in Armani’s sleek silhouettes and pearly materials while overlooking a beach setting.
Divided Unity – Models Tati Cotliar, Milou Van Groesen and Kori Richardson show off their commercial side in H&M Divided’s fall 2011 campaign. Photographed by Richard Bush and styled by Sarah Richardson, the large group sports color blocking to the max with plaid, stripes and jumbled prints. / Art Direction by Stina Daag