The image of Katie Fogarty and Kendra Spears together is quite the striking one, as shown in the latest American Harper’s Bazaar. In “The New Shapes”, Camilla Akrans captures the two dark haired beauties in a 13 page story styled by Brana Wolf which showcases the 80s-inspired silhouettes of the fall.
If the main editorial for this month’s Vogue Germany is any indication of the theme for the issue, than it must be decadence–because “Dress to Thrill”, by Alexi Lubomirski, is brimming full of it. From the extravagant dresses to the posh lingerie, fashion editor Christiane Arp, does not hold back in the styling department.
As beautiful as the clothes may be, what is an good fashion editorial without its model? That’s where Anja Rubik comes in. Her lovely charms catch the attention of a tattooed suitor and manage to captivate the viewer as well.
Anja Rubik racks up her third Vogue cover of the year with the September edition of Vogue Germany. Photographed by Alexi Lubomirski in a seductive pose, it seems that Anja is showing a bit more of her playful side for the German publication. (tfs)
Vogue Nippon gives us yet another taste of luxury in the aptly titled, “High Maintence”. Styled by Sissy Vian and shot by Katja Rawhles, “Maintenance” features Anja Rubik in designs from Marc Jacobs, Balenciaga and Chloé.
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.