Anja Inside – Gracing the pages of Self Service’s spring-summer issue, leading model Anja Rubik sports a wardrobe of seventies inspired and monochromatic looks. Photographed by Walter Pfeffier with quirky props, the Polish beauty dons looks from the collections of Balmain, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Valentino and others styled by Suzanne Koller. Anja’s feathered hair and orange-red lips complete the retro chic look.
Office Tease – For the fall-winter issue of Self Service, the fashion glossy enlists four leading faces to play the role of sexy secretaries in Venetia Scott’s understated images. Models Karlie Kloss, Daphne Groeneveld, Hilary Rhoda and Constance Jablonski wow in a mix of work wear and lingerie from labels such as Yves Saint Laurent, McQ by Alexander Mcqueen, Giorgio Armani and Moschino selected by Scott. Retro glam hair and makeup by Sebastien Richard and Sharon Dowsett perfect the temptress ensembles.
Daphne’s Moment – Daphne Groeneveld nabs another cover for the spring season with Self Service’s latest issue. Photographed by Alasdair McLellan, Daphne wears red lips and multiple earrings. (Colette)
Mysterious Season – Taking a trip to New York, Gertrud Hegelund is carefree for the fall-winter issue of Self Service in these photographs captured by Theo Wenner. An autumn wardrobe of slinky jumpsuits and dresses selected by fashion editor Ondine Azoulay features labels such as Alexander Wang, Giorgio Armani and Chloe. Gertrud soaks up the sun with red lips by Chiho Omae and tousled tresses by Holli Smith.
Portrait of Anja – Anja Rubik gets cozy and intimate in these beautiful black and white shots for the latest issue of Self Service. Lensed by Ezra Petronio for the Parisian biannual, Anja exudes an elegant vulnerability in the stunning images. Stylist Suzanne Koller’s looks give Anja a timeless glamour where her beauty really shines in luxe furs and sequins.
Skin Deep – Lara Stone gets seductive in the spring collections for the most recent issue of Self Service. Photographed by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Jane How, Lara is swathed in elegant yet revealing styles from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Valentino and Yves Saint Laurent.
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Paint it Red – Taking on pink and red hues, fashion editor Marie Chaix brings some pizazz to the spring-summer issue of Self Service. Working with photographer Daniel Jackson, Chaux selects a wardrobe of vibrant ensembles featuring the work of Lanvin, Prada, Max Mara and others for Carola Remer to don like a pro.