Although the cover has yet to surface, the January 2010 edition of Vogue Nippon has started with a bang. For the new year, photographer Angelo Pennetta was tapped to bring his refreshingly candid style to a shoot featuring rising star, Dree Hemingway. Styled by Francesca Burns in an innovative mix of pattern and texture, Dree takes a sight-seeing trip to London’s Trafalgar Square in “The Day She Saw the City”.
Vogue Nippon gives us yet another taste of luxury in the aptly titled, “High Maintence”. Styled by Sissy Vian and shot by Katja Rawhles, “Maintenance” features Anja Rubik in designs from Marc Jacobs, Balenciaga and Chloé.
Vogue Nippon brings a little California dreaming to its July issue with Camilla Akrans’ “This Side of Hollywood”. Starring the ever stunning Shalom Harlow, all the luxuriousness that you come to expect from Akrans is present here. Stylist Sissy Vian’s aesthetic weaves into this posh setting perfectly by showcasing Balenciaga and Chloé designs.
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Devon Aoki is a vixen with a capital V for Camilla Akran’s “In a Brown Mood”. Styled by Sissy Vian in a pair of cat ears and sexy stilettos, Aoki preens for the camera like a pro.
Karl Lagerfeld plus a series of black and white images always seems to be a good combination. Add in model Anja Rubik and you have the perfect recipe for an incredible layout as seen in Vogue Nippon‘s “Into the Light”.
Anja Rubik covers Vogue Nippon‘s monthly beauty supplement with a golden glow. As good as beauty supplements are, it’s such a shame that they all seem so short. Knowing Anja, the outtakes from this shoot must be fabulous.
Preview of Camilla Akrans’ ed with Devon Aoki entitled, “In a Brown Mood”.
This month’s Vogue Nippon includes “New York Dolls”, a multi-model ed by Terry Richardson. ‘Dolls’ is an interesting compilation of some of fashion’s most sought-after faces.