Branded – Ingrid Moe slips into sumptuous looks in this accessories story for the October edition of Vogue Spain. Photographed by Hunter & Gatti with styling by Sara Fernandez, Ingrid is a woman of luxury with a room full of Chanel and other designer label sat her disposal. / Hair by Paco Garrigues, Makeup by Frank Garret
Reptilian Chic – Tara Gill takes on snake skin prints and patterns for the October issue of Vogue Spain shot by Hunter & Gatti. With a nighttime backdrop filled with statues, Tara wows in a mix of autumn coats and skin baring dresses selected by fashion editor Sara Fernandez. / Hair by Paco Garrigues, Makeup by Frank Garret
Gucci Galore – Here is yet another look at the November issue of Vogue Spain guest edited by Natasha Poly and also featuring the Russian beauty in multiple stories by some of the industry’s top photographers. Taking on the Gucci autumn 2011 collection, Mariano Vivanco captures Natasha in the city of Venice with ultra-glam looks styled by fashion editor Sara Fernandez. Whether overlooking the water or enjoying an espresso, Natasha wows with her timeless appeal.
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On the Road – Natasha Poly is an easy rider for the November edition of Vogue Spain which she guest edits and stars in with this story photographed by Lachlan Bailey. Inspired by motorcycle culture, stylist Geraldine Saglio pieces together a wardrobe of leather and casual tees from labels such as Loewe, Maison Martin Margiela, Céline and Barbara Bui. Carefree hair by Rudi Lewis and a smokey eye by Sally Branka give Natasha the perfect bad girl look.
Natasha: The Every Woman – Natasha Poly plays the role of quick change artist for the November issue of Vogue Spain lensed by Greg Kadel. Outfitted by Havana Laffitte in a large variety of selects, Natasha goes from grunge groupie to disco diva in the designs of Gucci, Givenchy, Miu Miu and others. Transformative hair and makeup by Ward Stegerhoek and Mariel Barrera take the Russian model on a style journey.
The Parisian Affair – Toni Garrn pairs up with English actor Clive Owen for a whirlwind love affair set in Paris, France for the October cover shoot of Vogue Spain. Lensed by Alexi Lubomirski with styling by Belén Antolín, Toni is quite the vixen in sparkling and glam looks from the likes of Tom Ford, Lanvin, Giorgio Armani and Stella McCartney.
The Print Life – Patricia van der Vliet takes on classic styling with modern prints for the October issue of Vogue Spain lensed by Greg Kadel. Outfitted in bold shapes by Miu Miu, Givenchy, Celine, Balenciaga and others styled by Havana Laffitte, Patricia luxuriates against sun and sky. Patricia’s retro look is then completed with voluminous curls by Raymond Mclaren and dewy makeup by Mariel Barerra.
English Hideout – Kirsten Owen takes to the English countryside in Lachlan Bailey’s getaway shoot for the September issue of Vogue Spain. Styled by Clare Richardson in drool worthy leather pieces and knits, the 90s icon sports a grunge look for the new decade with pink streaks in her blonde hair and a moody makeup palette.
Super Seventies – Vogue Spain cover star, Claudia Schiffer, takes on seventies inspired ensembles for the September issue in this striking editorial lensed by Tom Munro. With a decadent wardrobe pieced together by fashion editor Belén Antolín, Claudia shows off those supermodel looks in designs from the likes of DKNY, Emilio Pucci and Dolce & Gabbana.
Supermodels Claudia Schiffer, Helena Christensen and Eva Herzigova cover Vogue Spain’s September issue in a trio of Dolce & Gabbana fall 2011 dresses. (TFS)