1. Alexander McQueen Spring 2011: Patricia van der Vliet
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Following up its campaign, the lookbook for Alexander McQueen’s spring 2011 collection hits the web and offers a more detailed look at Sarah Burton’s creations for the new season. Worn by Patricia van der Vliet, the spring designs bring romantic visions somewhere a cross between fairytale princess and sci-fi heroine with the intriguing styling of loose-fitting silhouettes paired with print and metal works.
Emilio Pucci brings color and print to its pre-fall 2011 line. In looks worn by Patricia van der Vliet, Pucci showcases a story of perfect draping and pattern play. Among a collection of billowing dresses and fitted gowns appears tailored separates with pants and blouses for a season of boldness.
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Patricia van der Vliet transforms into a seventies style beauty for the January edition of Vogue Russia. Lensed by Mariano Vivanco and styled by Olga Dounina, Patricia wears colorful prints and patterns from labels such as Balenciaga, Prada and Gucci.
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.
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.
Karmen Pedaru, Jacquelyn Jablonski and Patricia van der Vliet bundle up for H&M’s “Get Warm” campaign. Wearing the Divided collection geared towards the younger set, the model trio don loose and slouchy ensembles for the cold months ahead.