vogue japan

KingaVJ04 Kinga Rajzak Models Dreamy Beauty Looks for Vogue Japan September 2012

The Scarlet Focus – With fall approaching, the September issue of Vogue Japan inspires with dreamy, gothic beauty looks perfect for any funereal fashionista. Kinga Kajzak wears a mix of romantic looks by make-up artist Petros Petrohilos, who focuses on either eye or lip in portraits lensed by Jem Mitchell. Stylist Jamie Surman’s wardrobe marries elegant and edgy while Kinga’s tresses are given a unique unfinished look with raven hues by hair stylist Neil Moodie.

AnjaVJ02 Anja Rubik Lights Up The Pages of Vogue Japan in Giorgio Armani

A Well Tailored ThoughtVogue Japan’s August cover girl Anja Rubik is positively radiant in studio shots lensed by Giampaolo Sgura for the glossy’s main story. Anna Dello Russo’s impeccable styling finds Anja in a dazzling and exquisitely tailored wardrobe from Giorgio Armani’s fall collection, while the model’s blonde curls and sun kissed complexion add a vivacious touch to the looks. / Makeup by Jessica Nedza, Hair by Andrew Guida

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frida gustavsson9 Frida Gustavsson Is Perfectly Ladylike in Vogue Japan August, Lensed by Victor Demarchelier

When Elegance Comes EasyFrida Gustavsson is ladylike chic in pantsuits and tailored jackets photographed by Victor Demarchelier (Management Artists) for the August edition of Vogue Japan. Styled by Aurora Sansone, the Swedish beauty wears a wardrobe featuring the designs of Valentino, Max Mara, Givenchy and Salvatore Ferragamo amongst others in the studio images. For beauty, hair stylist David Von Cannon offers classic curls while makeup artist Alice Lane creates pastel eye makeup.

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lana rey5 Lana del Rey Models Glam Beauty for Sean & Sengs Vogue Japan Shoot

Nailing It – Captured by Sean & Seng, Lana del Rey wows in glam beauty looks for a Cartier jewelry special featured in the July issue of Vogue Japan. Stylist Johnny Blueeyes selects ultra-feminine dresses and tops to go with Lana’s glittering jewelry. The songstress’ looks are perfected by smokey eyes and siren waves by makeup artist Pamela Cochrane and hair stylist Anna Cofone.

lagerfeld Karl Lagerfeld Dons Signature Look for Vogue Japan, Celebrating The Little Black Jacket

Lagerfeld StyleChanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld is a busy man these days with his design work for Chanel, multiple collaborations and time spent behind the lens. But for the July issue of Vogue Japan, Lagerfeld took some time out to strike a pose for Eric Guillemain (2b Management) in his signature glasses and fingerless gloves. The German designer poses alongside images featured in The Little Black Jacket, an exhibit starring 113 celebrities and models in the iconic Chanel staple photographed by Lagerfeld with styling by Carine Roitfeld.

crystal renn3 Crystal Renn by Camilla Akrans for Vogue Japan June 2012

Under the Twilight SkyCrystal Renn connects with Swedish photographer Camilla Akrans for a story of unapologetic glamour featured in the June issue of Vogue Japan. Fashion editor Sissy Vian selects a wardrobe of bejeweled and lacy garments from labels such as Dolce & Gabbana, Hakaan, Balmain and Yves Saint Laurent for the brunette temptress. Scarlet lips by makeup artist Sil Bruinsma (Streeters) and retro style curls by hair stylist Alain Pichon perfect the regal look.

candice swanepoel1 Candice Swanepoel by Terry Richardson for Vogue Japan June 2012

The Girl Can’t Help ItCandice Swanepoel gets cheeky in the June cover shoot of Vogue Japan, shot by Terry Richardson. Wearing a large mass of blonde curls courtesy of hair stylist Duffy (Streeters), Candice has a blast in eighties inspired looks styled by George Cortina. Posing alongside oversize props, the South African beauty sports flashy spring pieces from the likes of Balmain, Emilio Pucci, Christopher Kane and Prada. / Makeup by Frank B

natasha poly1 Natasha Poly by Daniele & Iango for Vogue Japan May 2012

Melancholy Was the Mood – Slipping into dark looks for spring, Natasha Poly brings the drama in Daniele & Iango’s (Streeters) latest work lensed for Vogue Japan May. Styled by fashion editor George Cortina, Natasha dons all black in the romantic designs of Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Emilio Pucci amongst others. Lush curls by hair stylist Luigi Murenu and full lashes by makeup artist Jeanine Lobell bring the sharp looks to perfection.