Androgyny in fashion is making a resurgence with shades of nineties grunge appearing in contemporary magazines. For the November issue of Vogue Turkey, Andrej Pejic and Jana K explorer the roles of masculinity and femininity under the Matthew Brookes’ lens. Styled by Konca Aykan, Andrej and Jana wear a heavy dose of fall knits and outwear from the likes of Celine, Prada and Lanvin.
Karlie Kloss and Patricia van der Vliet prove that opposites attract with Vogue China’s November cover shoot. In front of Max Vadukul’s (Art Department) lens, the brunette and blonde duo sport crimson ensembles curated by Nicoletta Santoro in Chic Sauvage. Featuring the work of Dolce & Gabbana, Stella McCartney, Alexander Wang and more, Karlie and Patricia are the perfect mix of svelte beauty and sleek elegance in the alluring spread.
Cover girl Anne Vyalitsyna gets glam for the November issue of Elle Sweden courtesy of hair stylist Martina Senke and makeup artist Linda Öhrström. In front of John Scarisbrick’s lens, Anne sports the fall beauty trends along with bold and luxe looks pieced together by fashion editor Cia Jansson.
Shot for the November edition of Numéro France, Anja Rubik transforms in front of the lens of Miguel Reveriego in “Metamorphose”. With makeup by Val Garland and styling by Capucine Safyurtlu, Anja is like a chameleon in looks that range from edgy to glamorous.
Fashion editor Christine Arp and photographer Alexi Lubomirski take this month’s Vogue Germany all the way back to the 1920s with “Indochine”. Full of cinematic drama, the layout stars cover girls Luca Gadjus and Karolin Wolter as two high-society ladies with a pair handsome lovers.
Taki Bibelas photographs Luca Gadjus for the latest issue of Marie Claire Italy in “Superwoman e il Senso Dell’ Eleganza”. The 18 page layout features a wonderful combination of architecture, nature and of course–fashion. Styled by Ivana Spernicelli, the high-structured looks contrast against the ever changing landscapes.
Made up by Kim with assistance from photographer Tyen, Anja Rubik appears in a beauty editorial for Vogue Paris. Conveying a wide range of emotions, from serious to over the top quirky, Anja’s versatility is combined with the minimal styling of Emmanuelle Alt and a spectrum of colors for an upbeat, high spirited shoot.