Anja Rubik by Mikael Jansson for Vogue Paris May 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 25, 2011

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Updated October 12, 2018

NighttimingAnja Rubik roams through the Paris streets in an elegant mix of masculine tailoring and feminine gowns for the May issue of Vogue Paris. In front of Mikael Jansson’s lens, Anja shines in sharp looks from the likes of Gucci, Lanvin and Louis Vuitton styled by fashion editor Anastasia Barbieri.













source | Fashion Screen


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37 thoughts on “Anja Rubik by Mikael Jansson for Vogue Paris May 2011”

  1. Well done for Anja and Mikael, the contrast between colors and the strict and classics Black & White are incredible. Its like two stories in one! ! Love it

  2. I love Anja, she’s amazing, but this editorial just feels so.. ‘been there done that’. There’s nothing new, the French Vogue is slowly dying.

  3. I love Anja, she’s amazing, but this editorial just feels so.. ‘been there done that’. There’s nothing new, the French Vogue is slowly dying.

  4. i enjoy the editorial because Anja is in it, but I agree with most other comments, it seems like this has been done before. In my opinion, Emmanuelle has a way to go before her Vogue work gets to the level of Carrine. There are two things that really bother me about these photos, 1) Anja looks extremely thin (although, some of the photos definitely look like they have stretched her out, either in post or done with the angle and lens) and 2) The black and white shots look like they were shot at a high ISO, giving it a mildly cheap feel.

  5. what is with the hair in the whole issue of FV???!! the blond wig is awful, it looks cheap and not done well disappointing…

  6. I love skinny models. I love freja, I love ANNA S…..
    ANJA has always been super skinny, but I think now this is too much….
    She is like ABBEY LEE. Last year they were both amazing, and now we just don’t know what to think….

  7. I love skinny models. I love freja, I love ANNA S…..
    ANJA has always been super skinny, but I think now this is too much….
    She is like ABBEY LEE. Last year they were both amazing, and now we just don’t know what to think….

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