Safari Adventure–Model Catherine McNeil and photographer Mariano Vivanco reunite once again for the May cover story from Vogue Russia. You may remember the two previously collaborated on a spread for the magazine’s March issue. This time around, the feature focuses on safari style with Catherine modeling neutrals and animal prints against the mountainous scenery of Peru. Fashion editor Olga Dunina dresses the Aussie beauty in the designs of Salvatore Ferragamo, Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane, Nicholas K and more for a rugged yet glamorous wardrobe.
My Saint Laurent–Inspired by Yves Saint Laurent muses of the seventies–Betty Catroux and Lou Lou De La Falaise–the April cover story from Vogue Russia pays homage to the French designer with a fashion spread featuring Nadja Bender. The Danish model poses for Mariano Vivanco in a set of images where Parisian glamour takes over. Nadja plays De La Falaise while Fanny Francois channels Catroux. The iconic Saint Laurent is played by Mathias Sourbron. Fashion editor Olga Dunina styles the trio in YSL signatures including suits for women and embellishments from the couture houses of Chanel, Atelier Versace, Armani Prive and more.
The Heart of the Mountains–Posing in the mountains of Peru, Catherine McNeil graces the pages of Vogue Russia’s March issue for a colorful fashion spread lensed by Mariano Vivanco. Stylist Olga Dunina dresses the Australian beauty in some of spring’s most bold and bright offerings from labels such as Givenchy, Prada and Max Mara as she explores the country’s rich surroundings. For more Catherine, see her in Dolce & Gabbana’s spring advertisements for the current season.
Minimal Woman–For its latest issue, Vogue Russia keeps it minimal with an accessories-focused story starring Emma Champtaloup. In front of the lens of Catherine Servel, the fresh-faced model rocks sleek silhouettes as well as standout accessories from the likes of Prada, Stella McCartney, Bottega Veneta and Alexander Wang styled by Svetlana Tanakina. / Hair by Marki Shkreli @ Tim Howard Management, Makeup by Alice Ghendrih @ Art list
Beach Dweller – American beauty Jacquelyn Jablonski shows off the best in beachwear for this new spread featured in the January issue of Vogue Russia. Captured by Emma Tempest, the dark-haired babe poses in the Maldives wearing water ready looks such as a swimsuit from DSquared2, crop top and skirt by Calvin Klein Collection, and embellished top from 3.1 Phillip Lim styled by Camilla Pole. / Hair by Halley Brisker, Makeup by Sandra Cooke
Rock With You – Sporting the latest in rock and roll separates, Marie Piovesan stars in a fashion feature for the December issue of Vogue Russia. In front of Catherine Servel’s lens, the dark-haired model exudes cool in a mix of embellished tops and pants from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Giorgio Armani and Balmain styled by Svetlana Tanakina. / Hair by Laurent Philippon, Makeup by Adrien Pinault
Think Punk – Sasha Pivovarova lands her third Vogue cover of the year with the September 2013 issue of Vogue Russia. This is the magazine’s fifteenth anniversary and accordingly they got one of the industry’s most well-known photography duos, Mert & Marcus, to shoot the cover. Sasha channels her inner punk in a plaid look from the fall collection of Versace. The new issue of Vogue hits stores on August 22nd in Russia.
Sun and Spikes – Candice Swanepoel trades in her sexy Victoria’s Secret looks for a more rocker inspired style featured in Vogue Russia’s August issue. Photographed by David Mushegain (Trouble Management) and styled by Gillian Wilkins, the blonde beauty rocks bold patterns, a nose ring and form-fitting looks against the backdrop of graffiti sprayed streets. / Hair by Charles McNair @ Jedroot, Makeup by John McKay @ De Facto
Walk on the Wild Side – Tatiana Cotliar and Alana Bunte show off rebellious attitudes in a new fashion spread for the July issue of Vogue Russia. Olga Dunina has styled the beauties in punk-meets-grunge fashion from cutting-edge labels including Rodarte, Antonio Marras, and Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane. David Mushegain (Trouble Management) snapped the Argentinian and American models for the latest edition of the Russian style bible. / Hair by Charles McNair, Makeup by John McKay, Nails by Jolene Brodeur
Anja’s Transforming Moment – Top model Anja Rubik graces the July cover of Vogue Russia, sporting curly locks. Inside the magazine, Anja poses for Richard Bush (Trouble Management) wearing an array of hairdos ranging from short and brunette to an 80s inspired teased coif. The Polish beauty wears sleek outerwear looks from designer labels including Valentino, Jean Paul Gaultier and Balenciaga styled by Sarah Richardson. Hair stylist Schon and makeup artist Kirstin Piggott give the blonde glam beauty looks for the eclectic shoot.