Haute Couture – Highlighting the fall 2012 haute couture collections, the September issue of Vogue Netherlands enlists Alique for a high impact shoot starring Vlada Roslyakova. Styled by Martien Mellema, the Russian stunner marvels in the designs of Chanel, Givenchy, Jean Paul Gaultier and Armani Prive amongst others. Transformative hair and makeup by Jerome Cultrera and Irena Ruben complement the stunning looks.
Chromatic – Photographer Damon Baker captures this fun editorial of colorful style for the September issue of Vogue Netherlands. Model Laura Blokhina keeps it light-hearted with a pop of green in a harness accessory and a wardrobe styled by Saskia Van Langevelde. Looks include selects from the likes of Kenzo, Louis Vuitton, Céline, Gucci, Burberry Prorsum and the ubiquitous fall offerings of Miu Miu.
Romantic Revolution – Ymre Stiekema nabs her second cover of Vogue Netherlands with the magazine’s September edition. Paul Bellaart captured the Dutch model with styling by Marije Goekoop for the new issue which hits newsstands on August 16th.
From the Sea – Vogue Netherlands embraces summer with its July-August cover starring Rianne ten Haken in the sea. The Dutch stunner poses for Petrovsky & Ramone’s lens with a fiery red mane.
New Silhouette – Guinevere van Seenus is effortless and fresh in this soft image lensed by Annemarieke van Drimmelen for the cover of Vogue Netherlands’ June 2012 issue. Guinevere wears a pastel ensemble in the image shot on location in Los Angeles, California. The June issue of Vogue hits newsstands on May 24th.
Simply Lara – Following up a pared down cover, Lara Stone keeps it natural in the main editorial for Vogue Netherlands’ May issue. In front of Josh Olins’ lens, the Dutch beauty wears simple knits and a glittering Christopher Kane top styled by Gillian Wilkins. Tousled tresses by hair stylist Sam McKnight and understated makeup by Lucia Pica complete the laid-back ensembles.
Lovely Lara – Lara Stone shows off her softer side for the May cover of Vogue Netherlands. Josh Olins captured the Dutch beauty for the new issue which is out in stores on April 26th.
She Likes to Move – Bette Franke is a dancing queen in the premier issue of Vogue Netherlands, shot by Marc de Groot. Wearing flapper inspired looks from the likes of Gucci, Ralph Lauren and Etro styled by Marije Goekoop; Bette wows from head to toe with a shock of curly hair by and glam makeup by beauty artist Irena Ruben. Art deco accessories and platform heels complete the retro inspired ensembles.
The Amsterdam Experience – After taking a look at the cover yesterday, we have a glimpse of the editorial content from Vogue Netherlands’ premier issue. Focusing on the city of Amsterdam, Marc de Groot captures Ymre Stiekema, Romee Strijd, Josefien Rodermans, Svea Kloosterhof, Anne Verhallen, Rianne van Rompaey and Imaan Hammam in vibrant spring looks. From tattoo parlors to classic artwork to enjoying a serving of herring, the images celebrate all things Dutch with flirty styling by fashion editor Marije Goekoop. On beauty are makeup artist Irena Ruben and hair stylist Ilham Mestour.