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.
In a witty play on word’s, May’s issue of Vogue Germany takes Victoria Beckham on a gritty, but glamorous outing for photographer Alexi Lubomirski’s Queen of Posh. Regardless of her surroundings, Victoria turns up the ante as she poses in a luxe wardrobe pieced together by Christiane Arp.
Spring 2010 has been a good season for denim, and even after the many ways we have seen this material presented, Vogue Germany is able to give a new spin to a classic staple with Stoff-Art. Photographed by Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer with styling by Nicola Knels, the inventive story stars model Catherine McNeil wearing denim in a wide variety of ways with accessories from the likes of Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Gucci.
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Model turned actress, Diane Kruger, covers the latest Vogue Germany in classic black and white. In front of Karl Lagerfeld’s lens, the German beauty takes on androgynous and retro looks styled by Christiane Arp with Dandy Diane.
Karmen Pedaru channels her inner rock and roll goddess for her latest editorial in the February issue of German Vogue. Photographed by Terry Tsiolis, Karmen has all the rebel accessories of leather fringe and black at her disposal in “Wild At Heart”.