Pink Alert–After stunning us with her closeup cover shot, Adriana Lima appears in the May cover story from Vogue Spain where pink is the color of choice. Normally a hue known for more girly fashions, Adriana is all woman in spring blush tones photographed by Miguel Reveriego on the beach. Fashion editor Belén Antolín dresses the Victoria’s Secret Angel in standout spring styles from the likes of Givenchy, Chanel and Roberto Cavalli in the sultry spread. Adriana’s smokey eye and pink lipstick shades are courtesy of makeup artist Serge Hodonou (Frank Reps) while hair stylist Tamara McNaughton gave her that sleek coif.
Flower Power–For the May issue of Vogue Spain, model Adriana Lima hides behind a flower in this image photographed by Miguel Reveriego. The Victoria’s Secret Angel gives a smoldering gaze wearing a pink top to match the fuchsia colored plant in her hand. The accompanying editorial is an ode to pink which Vogue describes as sexy.
Behati at the Beach–Victoria’s Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo lands the April cover story from Vogue Spain, looking lovely on the beach in summer ready looks. Greg Kadel photographs the Namibian model in water ready looks styled by Havana Laffitte for the photo shoot. See more of Behati in the spring advertisements from Pepe Jeans London. / Hair by Franco Gobbi, Makeup by Mariel Barrera
Winning Couple – For its bridal edition, Vogue Spain taps models Egle Tvirbutaite and Dimitris Alexandrou for a romantic story lensed by Alvaro Beamud Cortes. The chemistry is obvious as the two work it in the designs of Giorgio Armani, Hermes, Loewe and more styled by Marina Gallo. Egle’s glam beauty is courtesy of hair stylist Manu Fernandez and makeup artist Luciano Chiarello.
Irina on Vogue – Russian model Irina Shayk lands the November cover of Vogue Spain, wearing a coat from Gucci’s resort 2014 collection. Giampaolo Sgura photographed Irina and fashion editor Claudia Englmann styled the stunner for an outdoor image shot on location in Ibiza. It’s hard to believe, but this marks Irina’s first ever Vogue cover.
Glamorous Guest – Karlina Caune plays the role of houseguest in Vogue Spain’s October 2013 editorial, dubbed “Artista Invitada”, which is Spanish for “Artist Invited”. We see the Latvian beauty making herself at home in casual wear and dolled up as she sees the sights in Louis Vuitton apparel selected by stylist Ana Tovar. Belgian photographer Quentin de Briey of Tangerine Management snapped the model at home and in the urban jungle for the Spanish fashion bible. / Makeup by Andrea Costa, Hair by Davide Diodovich
Ladies and Gentleman – Andreea Diaconu models a mix of boyish and feminine style for the October cover story of Vogue Spain photographed by Mariano Vivanco. The Romanian beauty wears the fall collections of Salvatore Ferragamo, Louis Vuitton, Emanuel Ungaro and more in the studio and on location images styled by fashion editor Belén Antolín. Whether ladylike in tweeds or more masculine in a pantsuit, Andreea proves she’s a stunner either way.
Early Eighties on Show – The tweed textures, houndstooth prints, cable knits, and unisex shapes we enjoyed in the early ’80s are given a modern twist in this September style spread from Vogue Spain. Model Valerija Kelava wears the retro-inspired garments selected by stylist Claudia Englmann (Motif Management) with ease. Acclaimed Danish fashion photographer Hasse Nielsen captured these glamorous images for Spain’s fashion bible. / Hair by Cim Mahony, Makeup by Christine Corbel
First Look at Fall – The August issue of Vogue Spain highlights the autumn collections with this fashion feature shot by Hasse Nielsen (Camera Link). The glossy studio images star Diana Moldovan in some of the hottest autumn trends including retro and punk influences from the likes of Valentino, Balenciaga and Balmain styled by fashion editor Claudia Englmann. / Hair by Cim Mahony @ Linkdetails, Makeup by Christine Corbel
Crista in Calvin – Vogue Spain spotlights homegrown beauty Crista Cober for its August issue in a Calvin Klein feature. The brunette poses for Eric Guillemain (2b Management) in the designs of the label’s womenswear creative director Francisco Costa styled by Sara Fernandez. Understated makeup and hair juxtaposes with the ultra-sleek retrospective of Costa’s work for the brand which began ten years ago.