Taking high fashion looks to the skating park, fashion editor Nicola Knels pieces together a chic wardrobe of ensembles from Giorgio Armani, Versace, Prada and others for the latest issue of Vogue Germany. Starring Keke Lindgard as the only girl in a group of rough and tumble skaterboys, photographers Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer capture the energy of the street with sleek ensembles in Airwalk.
Like an apparition in the night, Katrin Thormann appears from the shadows in the most recent issue from Vogue Germany. Photographed by Alexi Lubormirski and styled by Christiane Arp, Katrin wears airy pieces that take on a life of their own in the ethereal Traumfrau (Dream Woman).
Sebastian Kim goes from the junk yard to the desert with his latest work for July’s Vogue Germany. Capturing Jacquelyn Jablonski in tribal prints and patterns styled by Katie Mossman, the sandy story features heat combatant hair and makeup from Tony Chavez and Yumi. Adding to the perfect desert look, are pieces from the likes of Viktor & Rolf, Emilio Pucci and Alexander McQueen.
If pictures say a thousand words than this latest video from photographer Greg Kadel must fill a whole book. Accompanying the sizzling cover story from July’s Vogue Germany, the short film gives another look at Cameron Russell frolicking on the beach and enjoying a bonfire. But don’t take our word for it; witness the beauty for yourself.
Greg Kadel brings together the elements of earth, water, and fire for his latest work in July’s Vogue Germany. Set in the perfect vacation getaway found in the Harbour Island Bahamas, the sultry cover shoot features model Cameron Russell in curve hugging swimwear styled by Brian Molloy. From sunrise to sunset, Cameron exudes elegance and glamour in the ultimate summer shoot, Beach Beauty.
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Patrick Demarchelier catalogues the hair trends of spring that coincidentally coincide with the decade that brought us the Me Generation for the latest Vogue Germany. With hair by Luigi Murenu and styling by Katie Mossman, Hippie Yeah! features models Irina Kulikova, Joan Smalls, Elsa Sylvan, Cato Van Ee and Aline Weber in boho chic styles.
Horst Diekgerdes captures an atmosphere of absolute relaxation for his latest work in Vogue Germany May. Starring Magdalena Frackowiak as a motorcycle riding and denim wearing beauty, the vibrant spread goes from the beaches to hilltops with its varied locations. Courtesy of fashion editor Julia von Boehm, Magdalena shines in easygoing ensembles featuring garments from the likes of Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana and Prada in Feel Free.