Season Change – Mirte Maas wears the perfect balance between summer and fall in metallic and nude looks styled by Claudia Englmann for the September issue of Vogue Germany. In front of Lachlan Bailey’s Lens, Mirte appears dreamily unruffled in the feminine designs of Chloe, Balmain, Haider Ackermann, Roberto Cavalli and others in a solitary setting. / Hair by Diego Da Silva , Makeup by Romy soleimani
Dark Chanel – After Chanel’s showing of a darker, more rock and roll fall collection, Dazed & Confused’s August issue enlists photographer Hugh Lippe for an outdoor story full of gloom and intrigue. Outfitted by Tracey Nicholson, a posessed Mirte Maas takes to the woods in the fashion house’s moody color palette.
June Bloom – J. Crew’s latest Collection lookbook stars a jovial Mirte Maas in everything from maxi dresses to lightweight knits. With the summer season now fully underway, gladiator sandals, petite heels and flats work as the perfect accent to any outfit.
Her Dark Materials – In front of Amy Troost’s lens, Mirte Maas transforms into a leather wearing vixen for the latest issue of Twin Magazine. Styled by Alastair McKimm, Mirte lets loose in the darkly seductive designs of Haider Ackermann, Ohne Titel, Azzedine Alaïa and others.
Oh Sailor – Fashion editor Sabino Pantone uses sailor style as inspiration for his latest work in Vogue Japan’s April issue. Starring Mirte Maas photographed by Andreas Sjodin, pieces from labels such as Ralph Lauren, Bottega Veneta and Balenciaga get the nautical treatment in the jovial shoot.
Casual Elegance – Donna Karan’s latest lookbook/mailer features the designer’s Casual Luxe Collection. Worn by Mirte Maas, the easy silhouettes bring some relaxation to the spring season with neutral hues and flat shoes. Who said heels were a requirement for the perfect spring look?
The latest issue of Vogue US profiles Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton and her creations for spring 2011. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, models Lily Donaldson, Sasha Pivovarova, Caroline Trentini, Mirte Maas and Patricia van der Vliet wear Burton’s darkly romantic designs.
Mirte Maas discovers a Genie in the Box for Vogue China’s December issue bringing yet another story of fantasy to the publication. Lensed by Javier Vallhonrat, the Dutch beauty wears girly ensembles featuring the work of D&G, Givenchy, Nina Ricci and others outfitted by Nicoletta Santoro.
Fashion editor Nicoletta Santoro captures the trend of camel and neutral shades for the October issue of Vogue China. Styling Mirte Maas in looks from the likes of Maison Martin Margiela, Balenciaga and Givenchy, Santoro works with photographer Willy Vanderperre to create a story of feminine seduction with Rhapsody in Camel.