Into the Mirror–Following up the showgirl glamour of the cover, Karlie Kloss stars in the main editorial from W Korea’s March issue where she models a wardrobe of all Louis Vuitton from the label’s spring 2014 collection. Emma Summerton of CLMUS captures the American beauty in beaded and black looks while she poses in a room of mirrors. Stylist Patti Wilson has Karlie looking future fierce with headpieces and accessories from other brands. / Hair by Serge Normant, Makeup by Matthias Van Hooff
Show Time–Landing a new cover, Karlie Kloss poses for the March and 9th anniversary issue of W Korea. The American beauty models a feathered and beaded look from Louis Vuitton’s spring-summer 2014 collection. Completing the showgirl glam look, Karlie wears a feathered headpiece with a red and sheared hairstyle. To see more Karlie, check out her recent candids with Candice Swanepoel for Victoria’s Secret.
Attitude – For the November cover story of W Korea, model Bette Franke shows off her boyish side in a fashion shoot photographed by Catherine Servel. The Dutch beauty rocks a sheared ‘do while wearing the androgynous designs of Chloe featuring pants, blouses and cropped jackets styled by Ethel Park. Bette poses on the streets and the studio with hair and makeup by Ward Stegerhoek and Karan Franjola.
The New Sensuality – In the November issue of W Korea, Marie Piovesan poses for Gianluca Fontana in a sensuous fashion spread. For the studio images, the dark-haired model wears draped and layered fabrics with an Eastern flair styled by fashion editor Woo Lee. Marie’s sleek beauty looks courtesy of makeup artist Michiko Ikeda and hair stylist Gianluca Guaitoli.
Legally Chic – For the October cover story of W Korea, model Zuzanna Bijoch is anything but mundane in a wardrobe of dark fall looks. Catherine Servel captures the Polish beauty in the textures and patterns of the season ranging from Proenza Schouler’s monochrome sleek to Richard Chai Love’s androgynous designs. Karen Langley styles Zuzanna for the shoot while hair stylist Kevin Ryan and makeup artist Ayami Nishimura work on beauty.
The Perfectionist – Model Julia Nobis is the very image of sleek elegance for the September cover story of W Korea. The Australian beauty looks buttoned up in a wardrobe of autumn fashions from Italian fashion house Gucci in these polished images lensed by photography duo Santiago & Mauricio and styled by Ethel Park of Frank Reps. Hair stylist Tuan Anh Tran and makeup artist Maude Laceppe make sure Julia is looking her Gucci best in the outdoor snaps.
Splash – Sigrid Agren is the cover girl for the May 2013 issue of W Korea. Alexi Lubomirski snaps the French-Swedish model with wet hair and glistening skin for the “Splash” photo shoot. The “drowned rat” look is rarely sexy, but the black and white designer ensembles that stylist Brian Molloy selects make it work well. / Makeup by Tyron Machhausen, Hair by Teddy Charles, Nails by Ana-Maria
Venice Story – Photographed in the Italian city of Venice, Gianluca Fontana captures models Karlina Caune and Hye Jung Lee in an evocative story for W Korea March. The duo poses in designs with sharp lines and drapey silhouettes styled by Woo Lee. The moody photographs are juxtaposed with imagery of the city during day and night. / Hair by Gianluca Guaitoli, Makeup by Adalberto P.
Opulence - Constance Jablonski takes on looks from Chanel’s cruise 2013 collection for the December cover shoot of W Korea, captured by Catherine Servel. The French beauty works it from head to toe in embellished tops and creeper shoes outfitted by stylist Karen Langley. For beauty, hair stylist Ward Stegerhoek creates sleek, ombre tresses while makeup artist Lisa Houghton is responsible for Constance’s metallic lids.
The Mourning – Photographed in a 16th century Veneto villa, Philip Riches captures Laura Kampman as a widow in mourning for the November issue of W Korea. Fashion editor Woo Lee updates traditional mourning apparel such as black veils and dresses with a more modern twist. Joined by male model Spiros, the visual narrative comes to an end with Laura rediscovering her inner passions. / Hair by Hester Wernert, Makeup by Miriam Langellotti