Photographer David Sims takes a trip throughout the ages for the all-American issue of Vogue US. With eras ranging from the flapper era to modern-day, Sims and fashion editor Tonne Goodman have their work cut out for them in the twelve page spread. Starring Lara Stone, Kasia Struss, Daria Werbowy, Raquel Zimmermann, Patricia van der Vliet, Liya Kebede, Karlie Kloss, Chanel Iman, Frida Gustavsson, Mirte Maas and Sasha Pivovarova, The American Experience gives a new take on classic looks with designs from the likes of Calvin Klein, Marc Jacobs and Donna Karan.
Raquel Zimmermann by Mario Testino
Raquel Zimmermann and Du Juan by Mert & Marcus
When Vogue Paris takes their first look at the spring collections, we should know that they would do it in their own unique style. The publication’s February issue features a massive spread shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin with art direction from Carine Roitfeld, Emmanuelle Alt and Camilla Nickerson. Entitled,”Vogue-á-Porter “, the layout stars models Bridget Hall, Dree Hemingway, Freja Beha Erichsen, Raquel Zimmermann, Anna de Rijk, Lara Stone, Isabeli Fontana, Tanga Moreau, Naomi Campbell, Talisa Soto and Daria Werbowy in full traveling mode for a Moroccan getaway.
Note – multiple pages of images
Season after season, one of the most anticipated campaigns comes from the Gucci brand. Not only are we interested in who will be in the ads but who will photograph them. For the fall-winter season, Inez & Vinoodh play the role of photographers and the models include Adrian Bosch, Benoni Loos, Christian Brylle, Gerhard Freidl, Matvey Lykov, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Anja Rubik, Dree Hemingway, Freja Beha Erichsen, Jacquetta Wheeler, Jamie Bochert, Myf Shepherd, Natasha Poly, and Raquel Zimmermann. With such a large and varied cast, it seems like almost everybody gets their equal share of the spotlight.
Raquel Zimmermann by Josh Olins
2006′s “Le Jeu” is a rare editorial which features one shot of each model yet still manages to stay cohesive thanks to concrete styling and aesthetic. Looking at the images, it is interesting to see how these particular models have changed over the past three years. Some, like Raquel Zimmermann and Natasha Poly, have managed to stay at the top of their game. While others such as, Gemma Ward or Iselin Steiro, took a break from modeling or have left the business altogether. Nevertheless, “Le Jeu” is up there with some of the greatest Vogue Paris editorials.