Terry Richardson captures Doutzen Kroes for the second time this month with the June cover shoot of Vogue Russia. The raunchy story is worlds apart from the duo’s collaboration in American Vogue which was more sweet than sexy despite the similar theme. Styled by Simon Robins, the story takes a few cues from the 90s with its bright colors and oversize accessories from labels such as Agent Provocateur, Burberry and Jil Sander.
Taking inspiration from the 1940s, fashion editor Simon Robins creates a wardrobe filled with pieces from Marc Jacobs, Fendi, Karl Lagerfeld and others for his latest work in May’s Vogue Russia. Lensed by Matt Irwin, the vibrant studio shoot stars model Ieva Laguna in an over the top hairdo fit for a modern day pin-up.
Iris Strubegger and Heidi Mount are quite the pair in for this hauntingly beautiful story from the latest Vogue Russia. Photographed by Paolo Roversi and styled by Sheila Single, the ethereal shoot takes a cue from classic Russian ballets all the while showcasing couture garments from the likes of Valentino, Givenchy, and Chanel.
Cover girl Anabela Belikova shares the spotlight with IMG’s Lula Makaganchuck for the main editorial of May’s Vogue Russia photographed by Tom Munro. The stunning pair brings glamour and poise to knockout ensembles styled by Simon Robins which feature the work of Bottega Veneta, Rodarte, Emilio Pucci and others.
Alessandra Ambrosio plays referee as male models Oskar Tranum and Simon Nessman fight to win over her heart in the latest issue of Vogue Russia. Lensed by Alasdair McLellan, stylist Katie Grand sets the scene with a feminine elegance set against a masculine rawness. (x-posted to The Fashionisto)
We end our review of the all Naomi issue of Vogue Russia with an imaginative spread shot by Daniel Golovkin. Captured in an industrial city landscape, the Russian photographer captures Naomi Campbell in garments from his homeland that evoke glamour and elegance.
Here at Fashion Gone Rogue, we have been having a pretty wild day. First, Masha Novoselova let out her inner animal in V Spain, and now supermodel Naomi Campbell gets into the mix with this daring spread from Vogue Russia April. Captured by Tom Munro, Naomi is queen of the boudoir in bold pieces from Dior, Alexander McQueen and Azzedine Alaïa. Aided by fashion editor Patti Wilson, Munro creates a story that is part elegance and part play with an eastern twist.
Vogue Russia‘s April edition continues its unabashed appreciation of Naomi Campbell with a studio shoot by Willy Vanderperre. Styled by Edward Enninful in sculptured and feminine pieces by Azzedine Alaïa, Naomi reveals her softer side in the alluring spread.
From snakes and now beauty, supermodel Naomi Campbell takes on a more joyful tone for the jewelery supplement of April’s Vogue Russia. In front of the lens of Matt Irwin, Naomi wears dazzling and oversized baubles paired with shredded shirts styled by Simon Robins.