Murphy’s Law – Hitting the beach in a mix of swimwear and ready-to-wear designs, supermodel Carolyn Murphy poses for Alexi Lubomirski’s (Management Artists) lens in the June cover shoot of Vogue Germany. Showcasing the perfect combination of elegance and seduction, Carolyn wows in sultry pieces from the likes of Norma Kamali, Tom Ford, Yves Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen styled by fashion editor Christiane Arp. A sea siren hairdo courtesy of Ben Skervin and sun-kissed skin by makeup artist Tyron Machhausen perfect the bombshell ensembles.
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Beach Glamour – Supermodel Carolyn Murphy makes an outstanding vision in an orange swimsuit for the June cover of Vogue Germany. Carolyn poses for Alexi Lubomirski’s lens against a backdrop of waves and sky.
The Faces – Greg Kadel captures new faces Katryn Kruger, Karlina Caune and Franziska Müller wearing spring couture for the May issue of Vogue Germany. Styled by Nicola Knels, the trio dons designs from the likes of Dior, Versace and Valentino Haute Couture in the striking studio images. On beauty are hair stylist Franco Gobbi and makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds. / Casting by Julia Lange
Water Music – Maryna Linchuk shows off her swimsuit ready physique for the April issue of Vogue Germany with a sultry water sports story lensed by Alexi Lubomirski. Styled by fashion editor Christiane Arp, Maryna hits the water for a day of fun in the sun with the revealing designs of Balenciaga, Isabel Marant, Herve Leger by Max Azria and many more. Hair stylist Miki gives her wet locks while makeup artist Tyron Machhausen perfects her sun-kissed glow.
Vogue Germany: Wasser-Musik
One of the Boys – Eniko Mihalik plays rebel chic in a beach outing shot by Camilla Akrans for the April issue of Vogue Germany. Styled by Nicola Knels, Eniko teams up with a gang of boys for a romantic yet tough exploration of spring fashions from the likes of Céline, Givenchy and Haider Ackermann. / Makeup by Sil Bruinsma, Hair by Rutger
Vogue Germany: WIld Mild
Warm-up – Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer capture a quintessential summer story for the April edition of Vogue Germany starring Jessica Miller. Donning casual basics selected by fashion editor Nicola Knels, Jessica hits the beach in the designs of Jil Sander, Isabel Marant and Nina Ricci amongst others. The brunette’s carefree looks are complemented by makeup artist Benjamin Puckey’s minimal makeup and hair stylist James Rowe’s tousled tresses.
Minimally Chic – Iris Strubegger wows in black and white for the April cover of Vogue Germany, shot by Peter Lindbergh. Iris last covered German Vogue’s September 2011 issue.
Pretty Vixen – Lais Ribeiro nabs her first Vogue Germany cover with the publication’s March issue. Captured by Alexi Lubomirski, this marks Lais second Vogue cover of the year after her appearance on the Brazilian edition in January.
Wild Waves – Donning tousled waves by Sam McKnight, Magdalena Frackowiak gets wild for the January edition of Vogue Germany. Captured by Ben Hassett, Magdalena wows in dark and sparkling ensembles from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Gareth Pugh and David Koma selected by stylist Beth Fenton. / Makeup by Polly Osmond
Vogue Germany: Wilde Wellen
Roaring Twenties – Daga Ziober dons 1920′s inspired ensembles for Sebastian Kim’s energetic studio shots taken for the January issue of Vogue Germany. Outfitted by fashion editor Katie Mossman, Daga makes a delightful vision in sparkling dresses and fringe from labels such as Etro, Tom Ford and Yves Saint Laurent. A flapper bob by hair stylist Franco Gobbi and matching red lips by Maki Ryoke complete the retro redux.