Kasia Struss and David Vasiljevic are reunited once again for the September issue of Numéro Tokyo with one amazing cover shoot. Shot on a rooftop setting, Kasia dons an array of rock and roll inspired frocks styled by Sarah Ellison. With fringe, lace and deep plunging neck lines, Vasiljevic captures the perfect portrait of the Polish model with this sizzling spread.
Sebastian Kim captures Numéro Tokyo cover girl, Edita Vilkeviciute, in the unique setting of an abandoned junkyard for the publication’s latest issue. Looking far from label shy in signature spring pieces from the likes of Balenciaga, Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana, Edita exudes sex appeal and feminine allure as she proudly displays the fashion houses’ logos in sleek ensembles styled by Katie Mossman with Heat It Up.
Esther de Jong makes a return to modeling with a colorful and pattern-filled story from Numéro Tokyo June. Captured by Matthias Vriens-McGrath, the blonde is full of whimsy as she dons ensembles from Viktor & Rolf, John Galliano and others styled by Jason Farrer.
There is no doubt that Karmen Pedaru‘s star is on the rise, and with a sultry story for next month’s Numéro Tokyo, Karmen cements her place as one of the industry’s top girls. Captured by David Vasiljevic in a expert contrast of shadow and light, Befallen by Pink allows fashion editor Charles Varenne to transform the whimsical designs of Miu Miu, Sonia Rykiel, Versace and others into a wardrobe perfect for a naughty vixen.
You can almost feel the exhausting heat in Numéro Toyko’s “Havana Rendez-vous”.