El Icono Eterno ¡Resiste! – Vogue Mexico’s August cover girl Kasia Struss models iconic denim looks lensed by David Roemer (Atelier Management) with art direction by John Paul Tran. Fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves chooses a selection of cool denim offerings from Rag & Bone, Jeremy Scott, Tommy Hilfiger, Hermès, Michael Kors, The Blonds, and J Brand amongst others. Kasia is perfectly wind swept and tanned in the glossy studio images, with hair by Pasquale Ferrente and make-up by Chiho Omae.
Denim Darling – Kasia Struss wears head to toe Rag & Bone for the August cover of Vogue Mexico. Photographer David Roemer captured Kasia posing on a motorcycle for a rebellious touch.
Una Super Star – Russian stunner Anne Vyalitsyna dons sleek and modern looks for the July cover shoot of Vogue Mexico. In front of David Roemer’s lens, Anne wear ensembles inspired by pop art featuring the graphic prints of Gucci, Vionnet, Hermès and Céline amongst others styled by Sarah Gore Reeves. Super straight tresses by hair stylist Dennis Gots and smokey eyes by makeup artist Brigitte Reiss-Andersen perfect the high impact styles. / Art direction by John Paul Tran
Pop Glam – Russian beauty Anne Vyalitsyna covers the July issue of Vogue Mexico. Photographed by David Roemer (Atelier Management) with styling by Sarah Gore Reeves, Anne poses with sleek blonde tresses and a smokey eye.
Sport Deluxe: ¡Existe! – As part of Vogue’s international health initiative, photographer Nagi Sakai captures this workout conscious editorial for the Mexican edition, showcasing high-end fitness fashion. Model Heather Marks exudes 70s sporty style donning feathered hair by Dennis Gots and a colorful wardrobe styled by Sarah Gore Reeves. Wearing selects from the likes of Y-3, Chanel, Akris, Vera Wang and Marc Jacobs; Heather makes even working out on the elliptical look chic. / Art Director – John Paul Tran, Make-up – Charlotte Day
Venus de Metal - Karolina Kurkova dazzles as a real life Venus in Nagi Sakai’s latest images for Vogue Mexico with art direction by John Paul Tran. Fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves clothes Karolina in fashion forward metallic looks including selects from Marc Jacobs, Céline, Max Mara, Hervé Léger by Max Azria, Lanvin, Chanel, Balmain, Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy by Ricardo Tisci, Louis Vuitton, Paco Rabanne, Prada and Haider Ackermann. Karolina’s fresh face and regal updo give her the right touch of undeniable feminine power. / Make Up- Fredrik Stambro, Hair- Pascuale Ferrente
Figura de Mujer – Karolina Kurkova turns up the heat in the June cover shoot of Vogue Mexico wearing form-fitting looks from the spring collections. In front of Mariano Vivanco’s lens, Karolina plays a movie star on set wearing black ensembles from labels such as Gucci, Versace and Jean Paul Gaultier selected by Sarah Gore Reeves. With art direction by John Paul Tran, the blonde’s screen siren look is perfected with red lips by makeup artist Pep Gay and retro curls by hair stylist David Von Cannon.
The Sweet Life – Karolina Kurkova wears a sparkling Dolce & Gabbana bustier for the June cover of Vogue Mexico, shot by Mariano Vivanco. This isn’t Karolina’s first time wearing Dolce on a cover though. The Czech stunner also graced the April issue of Vogue Turkey in a bejeweled piece from the label’s spring collection (photo here).
Tropical May – Crystal Renn covers the May issue of Vogue Mexico in true pin-up style, wearing a tropical print dress from Salvatore Ferragamo’s spring collection. Nagi Sakai photographed Crystal for the new issue with styling by Sarah Gore Reeves.
La Prima Donna – Ginta Lapina is princess perfect in Chanel jackets for the April cover shoot of Vogue Mexico, shot by Nagi Sakai. Paired with other labels such as Givenchy, Sportmax and Roberto Cavalli, fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves gives the ladylike outerwear a youthful twist. Sleek hair by Pasquale Ferrante and glam makeup by Charlotte Day perfect the casual outfits. / Creative direction by John Paul Tran