Joan in the City – Joan Smalls is the April cover girl of Vogue Russia, looking chic in black and white tuxedo jackets and evening wear styles photographed by Richard Bush (Trouble Management). The model wears looks from the likes of Saint Laurent, Dior, Balmain and Lanvin styled by Sarah Richardson (Trouble Management). For beauty, hair stylist Franco Gobbi and makeup artist Mathias van Hooff give Joan a look of pure glamour. / Manicure by Julie Kandalec @ Bryan Bantry
Bowie Girl – The legacy of David Bowie and his Ziggy Stardust persona lives on in this shoot featured in Vogue Russia March. Model Alana Zimmer poses for Emma Tempest in tailored suiting and separates from Gucci styled by Camilla Pole. Hair stylist Lyndell Mansfield creates Alana’s red coif while makeup artist Mel Arter creates colorful eyeshadow hues.
Sheer Lady – Nadja Bender enchants in an array of sheer looks for the March issue of Vogue Russia. Captured by Richard Bush (Trouble Management), the model works it in glamourous tops and jewelry courtesy of stylist Sarah Richardson featuring the designs of Saint Laurent, Van Cleef & Arpels and Givenchy amongst others. / Barbara Nicoli & Leila Ananna @ Trouble Management, Makeup by Mathias van Hooff, Hair by Tomo Jidai
Hats Off – Suvi Koponen follows up her recent cover of Vogue Paris by gracing Vogue Russia’s March issue. The blonde poses for Hedi Slimane modeling his designs from Saint Laurent’s spring 2013 collection. Wearing blue eyeshadow and dark lips, Suvi evokes a seventies look in a wide-brim hat and printed top.
Sleek Silhouette – Stef Van der Laan takes on cutting edge style for the February edition of Vogue Russia. The blonde poses for Sebastian Kim in fashion inspired by eastern style. Fashion director Ekaterina Mukhina selects draped, sleek silhouettes from labels such as Balenciaga, Christopher Kane, Lanvin and 3.1. Phillip Lim. For beauty, hair stylist Rutger makes a fierce faux hawk and makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift creates bold eyes.
Hair Inspiring – Catherine Servel captures Brazilian model Aline Weber in fabulous hair styles that evoke 60s glamour for Vogue Russia’s February issue. Stylist Karen Langley selects snakeskin prints and metallics from labels such as Gucci, Valentino and Roberto Cavalli for the blonde to wear. Hair stylist Ashley Javier creates Aline’s sculpted ‘dos while makeup artist Chiho Omae accentuates her eyes with white eyeshadow.
The Return of Jil – The February issue of Vogue Russia spotlights the spring 2013 collection from Jil Sander designed by the label’s founder after an eight-year-long hiatus. Kinga Rajzak (Exit Model Management) poses for Emma Tempest in studio images reflecting the minimal aesthetic of the season. Stylist Camilla Pole selects standout pieces for the brunette to wear. / Makeup by Mel Arter, Hair by Halley Brisker
Timeless Classics – Olga Sherer shows off the season’s latest jewelry in Vogue Russia’s January issue. Photographed by Emma Tempest, Olga wears timeless watches and accessories from the likes of Van Cleef & Arpels, Patek Philippe and Roger Dubuis chosen by stylist Camillla Pole. / Makeup by Mel Arter, Hair by Panos Papandrianos, Manicure by Jenny Longworth
Black Jewels – Melissa Tammerijn evokes androgynous sophistication in an array of black suiting matched with glittering jewels, lensed by David Roemer (Atelier Management) for the December issue of Vogue Russia. Stylist William Graper has Melissa looking dapper in designs from the likes of Donna Karan, Alberta Ferretti, Emilio Pucci and Escada. On beauty are hair stylist Rolando Beauchamp and makeup artist Kristin Gallegos with tousled waves and plum lips. / Manicure by Liang @ Atelier Management
Rocker Shine – Captured by Emma Tempest, Kelly Mittendorf models sparkling gems with a rocker edge in Vogue Russia’s November issue. Stylist Camilla Pole updates traditional jewelry looks using leather, animal print and biker cuts. Disheveled tresses by hair stylist Halley Brisker and coral lips courtesy of makeup artist Lotten Holmqvist complete the rebellious ensembles.