Vogue Nippon

judith bedard Judith Bedard by Takuya Uchiyama for <em>Vogue Nippon</em> Beauty

Over the last few days we have seen our fair share of redheads at Fashion Gone Rogue. From Karen Elson to Nataliya Piro, these auburn ladies are quite a sight. Added to that list, is model Judith Bedard with her most recent work for a beauty supplement found in April’s Vogue Nippon. Captured by Takuya Uchiyama, Judith is prepared for battle with sharpened nails and warrior makeup.

edita vilkeviciute0 Edita Vilkeviciute by Nathaniel Goldberg for <em>Vogue Nippon</em> June 2010

They say you can take the girl out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the girl. And that old adage seems to ring true with Edita Vilkeviciute‘s most recent work for Vogue Nippon, where she gets up close and personal with farm animals all from the comfort of a well-furnished salon. Captured by Nathaniel Goldberg and styled by Ludivine Poiblanc, Edita is the very image of refined elegance as she wears garments from Gucci, Giorgio Armani and Fendi and others in Wild Country.

glen luchford0 Sigrid Agren & Patricia van der Vilet by Glen Luchford in Just the Two of Us | <em>Vogue Nippon</em> June 2010

From Caroline and Raquel, and now to Sigrid Agren and Patricia van der Vilet, it appears that the latest issue of Vogue Nippon is filled with amazing twosomes. Photographed by Glen Luchford and styled by Anastasia Barbieri, the two blondes don some of the season’s most notable pieces from Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Bottega Venneta and others in Just the Two of Us.

alla kostromicheva Alla Kostromicheva by Sølve Sundsbø in The Girl from Atlantis | <em>Vogue Nippon</em> May 2010

Enchanting and ethereal, Sølve Sundsbø’s latest work for Vogue Nippon May takes on a life of its own in an underwater setting. Styled by George Cortina and featuring Alla Kostromicheva as a mythical creature from down below, The Girl from Atlantis uses sparkling pieces from Alexander McQueen, Miu Miu and Versace to create one stunning story.

monika jagaciak Monika Jagaciak by Sølve Sundsbø | <em>Vogue Nippon</em> May 2010

Photographer Sølve Sundsbø captures some of the most striking beauty stories, and his latest work for Vogue Nippon‘s May issue is no exception to the rule. Starring Monika Jagaciak with makeup by Val Garland, Beyond White features ivory looks from labels such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Rick Owens and Givenchy. Styled by George Cortina, Monika makes a captivating beauty alongside her dove companion in the enchanting story.