Lonesome Girl – Querelle Jansen makes a mysterious figure in Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello’s latest work for Numéro #138. Hitting the road, Querelle dons dramatic selects with ruffles, lacework and sheer materials styled by fashion editor Samuel François. The designs of Roberto Cavalli, Etro, Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci amongst others stand out against a desert landscape. / Hair by Romina Manenti, Makeup by Rie Omoto
Le cose di ogni giorno raccontano segreti a chi le sa guardare – The spring-summer edition of The Room enlists Emilio Tini for a story of fashion, structure and nature starring top models Liu Wen, Anais Pouliot, Querelle Jansen, Katlin Aas, Marique Schimmel, Kristina Salinovic, Colinne Michaels, Josefin Rodermans, Madisyn Ritland and Emeline Ghesquière. Wearing a wardrobe pieced together by stylist Emil Rebek, the girls don pieces from the likes of Jil Sander, Celine, Stella McCartney and Lanvin with natural foliage serving a stark contrast to the studio setting.
Town & Country – Toni Garrn and Querelle Jansen are tapped for the fall 2012 campaign from Max Mara’s Studio collection. The duo poses in an elegant mix of tweed, fur and leather for a town and country inspired look.
Portrait Girls – Paul & Joe proves less is more with its fall 2012 campaign starring models Querelle Jansen and Josefien Rodermans. Wearing the boyish inspired looks of autumn, Querelle and Josefien are striking in the relaxed black and white portraits.
In the Backseat - Querelle Jansen plays a 1960′s rock star for the fall 2012 campaign from Jimmy Choo. Photographed by Terry Richardson with styling by Camilla Nickerson, Querelle is joined by male model Jonas Kessler in the backseat of a Rolls Royce Phantom V. The brunette is an alluring vision in autumn styles such as the Justine, Tempest and Colorado.
Dark Beauty – Givenchy goes dark for its fall-winter beauty campaign made for the “Acoustic Colors” collection. Querelle Jansen is tapped as the face with photography by Willy Vanderperre.
The Perfect Ten – Marking ten years at Lanvin, creative director Alber Elbaz celebrated with some of his “greatest hits” for the label’s fall 2012 collection. From sculpted silhouettes to jewel encrusted garments, the new season certainly had a festive feeling with a showing of all skirts and dresses. Opening with vibrant jewel tones of electric blue, scarlet and canary yellow; body conscious silhouettes and luxe detailing such as dramatic ruffles, fur and lace accents dominated the runway. As the show progressed, the color palette became darker with inky blacks and dark metallic fabrics. Topped off with gloves and chunky jewelry, the Lanvin woman looks ready to party for the autumn.
Balenciaga’s Power Dressing – Balenciaga designer Nicolas Ghesquière sent out his own vision of 80′s power dressing with the label’s fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. Coats with puffed-up shoulders opened the show, featuring bright dresses in electric blue and scarlet layered underneath. Metallic detailing and graphic prints brought a futuristic appeal to the strong silhouettes. Besides outerwear, the autumn season also offered mid-length skirts and slouchy trousers.
Cavalli’s Sumptuous Fall – Roberto Cavalli presented a sumptuous fall 2012 collection made of pure glamour for the final day of Milan Fashion Week. Cavalli’s vision of autumn included short dresses in jewel toned colors of emerald-green, plum, fuchsia, electric blue and burgundy. Animal prints, fur and leather gloves dominated the runway as models sported long bohemian locks matched with smokey eyes. As the show continued, Cavalli introduced maxi dresses layered underneath long overcoats. Saving the best for last, supermodel Naomi Campbell closed the show in a stunning beaded gown with a plunging neckline.
Missoni’s Slinky Fall – After last season’s explosion of colors, the fall 2012 collection from Missoni muted the color palette and focused on form-fitting shapes for the new season. Designer Angela Missoni created cozy yet seductive knitwear in dreamy tones of sage green, camel, ash grey and burgundy. Accessories included thin belts above the waist, fur hats, latex gloves and boots with chunky heels. Of course, Missoni’s signature prints were also put on full display with a mix and match of luxe winter layers.