Driftwood – Naty Chabenenko takes to the beach in autumn apparel for Manolo Campion’s latest work for Gravure. Outfitted by William Graper in dynamic silhouettes from labels such as Christopher Kane, Emporio Armani, Yohji Yamamoto and Louis Vuitton, Naty is a futuristic female with soft waves by Enrico Mariotti and dark lashes by Tracy Alfajora.
Chroma Zone – Fabio Chizzola captures color-filled looks for the latest edition of Gravure. Styled by Lisa Mosko, model Naty Chabanenko plays minimal darling in the futuristic images featuring creative direction by Alex Freund and Mosko.
Shape Up - Wearing the chic form-fitting selections of stylist Tammy Eckenswiller, Naty Chabanenko is alluringly fresh in these images by Derek Kettela for ROUGE’s summer issue. With art direction by Antoine Neufmars, Naty’s sultry looks are dramatized by makeup artist Kristen Gallegos’ use of smoky eyes and bold lip color. Paired with sleek hair by Romina Manenti, it’s no wonder why the Ukrainian beauty wows in designs from the likes of Chanel, Proenza Schouler, Roberto Cavalli and Altuzarra in these relaxed portraits. / Production by Casey Smith for Chris Boal Artists.
Virgine State of Mind – Helmed by photographer Ryan Yoon, bi-annual publication Virgine is a new glossy dedicated to fashion, art and music. Here, we have a peak at its contents with an unconventional beauty story starring Naty Chabanenko lensed by Bjorn Iooss. Surfacing from the water with flawless hair and makeup by Yoichi Tomizawa and Mario Dedivanovic, Naty experiences rebirth in four forms.
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Naty Chabanenko photographed by David Roemer by Marie Claire Spain May 2011
Naty Chabanenko photographed by Andreas Öhlund for L’Officiel Russia April 2011
L’Officiel Russia takes a look at the spring collections with its March cover shoot starring Naty Chabanenko and cover girl Karlina Caune. With production by Taya Tarabrina, the duo dons colorful and bright looks from the likes of Prada, Stella McCartney and Emilio Pucci lensed by Andreas Öhlund. / Styling by Svetlana Tanakina, Makeup by Tatyana Makarova, Hair by Franco Argento
Naty Chabanenko fills the role of seventies dancing queen for Yasunari Kikuma’s super glam story in March’s Numéro Tokyo. Styled by Ako Tanaka, Naty slips into form-fitting print driven pieces from the likes of Dior, Chanel and Louis Vuitton.
Naty Chabanenko is perfect mix of androgynous edge and girlish whimsy for the spring 2011 campaign from Cushnie et Ochs. Photographed by Hugh Lippe and styled by Nicole Vitagliano, Naty wears designers Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs’s sleek and sexy designs.
Naty Chabanenko works with photographer Nagi Sakai (defacto) on the fall-winter cover shoot of Please Magazine looking ready for a night of partying in garments of fur, sparkle and lace. Aided by stylist Catherine Newell-Hanson, Sakai creates a story of one part luxe and one part youthful rebellion.