Russian Rose – It might be Luxure Magazine’s summer issue, but Ranya Mordanova looks ready for next spring in this stylish spread. Yossi Michaeli snapped the Russian bombshell in a manicured country garden for the English glossy’s new fashion feature. Melaney Oldenhof styled Ranya in feminine designer apparel from Christian Dior, Bottega Veneta, Loewe and more. / Makeup by Robert Greene, Hair by Amy Farid
After Galliano – Central St. Martins has launched a print magazine named, 1Granary, run by the school’s students. For the publication’s debut issue, Russian photographer Nikolay Biryukov captured model Ranya Mordanova wearing avant-garde designs. The images were inspired by by the artwork of Edward Hopper. Ranya is styled by Olya Kuryshchuk in looks that show off her graceful movements influenced by Hopper’s realist portraits. / Beauty by Marina Keri
Lady Baglady – Ranya Mordanova cuts a striking figure in all black looks for this series shot by Nikolay Biryukov. The story is inspired Chuck Palahniuk’s book, “Haunted”, which depicts a character named Lady Baglady who pretends to be homeless to escape the boredom of her wealthy life. With that influence in mind, Ranya is shown wearing the sleek styles of Alberta Ferretti, Chanel, Emilio Pucci and Dolce & Gabbana amongst others styled by Stella Gosteva in a setting of cardboard and stringed lights. / Makeup by Marina Keri, Hair by Ernesto Montenovo
Refined Simplicity – The spring 2013 campaign from Canadian designer Lida Baday keeps it minimal with these slick images lensed by Chris Nicholls. With art direction by Diti Katona (Concrete Design Communications Inc.), model Ranya Mordanova sports the simple and sleek silhouettes of the new season in monochromatic hues. Styled by Rita Liefhebber, the brunette appears nearly bare-faced with a sheared coif courtesy of beauty artist Simone Otis.
The Dark Knight Rises – With dark lips set against her perfectly porcelain skin, Ranya Mordanova is the epitome of autumn wistfulness in these stunning shots by Danilo Giuliani in the latest issue of Marie Claire US. Seasonal gothic attire is given a touch of medieval edge, with caged bodices, chain mail and armor-like accessories styled by fashion editor Nina Sterghiou (Atelier Management). Ranya wears artful selects from the likes of Gucci, Alexis Bittar, Calvin Klein Collection, Dolce & Gabbana, Yves Saint Laurent, Versace, and Chanel amidst a rocky setting. / Hair by Fernando Torrent, Make-up by Yasuo Yoshikawa, Manicure by Casey Herman
Retroactive – Ranya Mordanova wears graphic prints with a hint sportswear appeal for the spring-summer issue of Spanish glossy Metal Magazine. Donning designs from the likes of Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Stella McCartney and Burberry Prorsum selected by stylist Lidia Aguilera; Ranya evokes a seventies flair in the vibrant snaps photographed by Papo Waisman. / Makeup and hair by Daniel Rull using Chanel, Video by Diego Delgado
Say it Loud – Ranya Mordanova lets her inner vixen shine in these high gloss images by Naomi Yang for French Revue de Modes #20. Wearing a wardrobe of all Anthony Vaccarello styled by Yoko Miyake, Ranya sports a shear hair cut by Ramona and plum lips by Tatyana Makarova in the skin baring creations.
A Charming Holiday – Ranya Mordanova gets into the holiday spirit for the Christmas campaign from Spanish fashion label Stradivarius. Captured by Papo Waisman with styling by Lidia Aguilera, Ranya shines in sequined and metallic ensembles for the new season. Matching red lips and nails bring a festive spin to the stylish ensembles. / Photo assistant – Celso Malvar
The Roll of Thunder – Hugh Lippe brings a touch of mystery to the fall 2011 campaign from Cushnie et Ochs where models Ranya Mordanova, Anne Sophie Monrad and Lydia take to a desert setting. Styled by Keegan Singh, the trio dons Cushnie’s sleek and contemporary silhouettes with graceful movement.
Ranya Mordanova fills the role of austere beauty for Ahmet Polat’s most recent work found in the January edition of Vogue Turkey. Outfitted by Mary Fellowes, Ranya dons a wardrobe of monochromatic pieces from the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Giambattista Valli and Emporio Armani among her male companions.