Anja Rubik for Vogue Australia April 2011 by Marcin Tyszka

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 28, 2011

Anja Rubik is a disco queen for the April cover shoot of Vogue Australia lensed by Marcin Tyszka. Sporting the season’s major trend of seventies inspired gowns styled by Naomi Smith, Anja takes on the ultra glam dresses of Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci, Alberta Ferretti and more with Night Fever.







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15 thoughts on “Anja Rubik for Vogue Australia April 2011 by Marcin Tyszka”

  1. I’m sick of seeing Anja like this, all glamorous and haughty. I love her but I feel like I’ve seen this from her a million times.

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  2. I’m sick of seeing Anja like this, all glamorous and haughty. I love her but I feel like I’ve seen this from her a million times.

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  3. I’m sick of seeing Anja like this, all glamorous and haughty. I love her but I feel like I’ve seen this from her a million times.

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  4. Wow!!! Is this reallyVA?!! This is the first time Australian Vogue have worked with her and stylist Naomi Smith has done a beautiful job. Maybe what Vogue Aus had been missing is using sophisticated and quality models to convey the clothing and mood of each editorial. We (Australia) have the talented stylist just like Italy and Paris, unfortunetly out budget isn’t large enough for international models so our eds lack that je ne sais quoi.

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    • Even the most famous models at the top of their game get paid peanuts for editorial work, (even for Vogue), so I don’t think it is about money.

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  5. ^ yeah… but i honestly think that your australian models like Codie are better than this…. here there’s no energy

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  6. Am I the only one who didn’t like it at all? Anja isn’t appropriative model for these photos, look at the “slow montion” one, it supposed to be disco queen? I love her, i love Marcin, but they could do better.
    And, yes: “anja needs to slow down with the weight loss. “

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  7. Am I the only one who didn’t like it at all? Anja isn’t appropriative model for these photos, look at the “slow montion” one, it supposed to be disco queen? I love her, i love Marcin, but they could do better.
    And, yes: “anja needs to slow down with the weight loss. “

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