Anna de Rijk Dresses for Halloween in Vogue Netherlands’ November Issue, Lensed by Marc de Groot

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published October 29, 2012

Neo-Victorian – The November edition of Vogue Netherlands enlists Marc de Groot for a story inspired by Transylvania, vampires and Victorian style starring cover girl Anna de Rijk. Fashion editor Marije Goekoop sets the stage for drama with the oversize silhouettes of Roberto Cavalli, Elie Saab, Valentino and Alberta Ferretti amongst others. With beauty by Irena Ruben, Anna impresses whether playing damsel in distress or vampire queen.










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7 thoughts on “Anna de Rijk Dresses for Halloween in Vogue Netherlands’ November Issue, Lensed by Marc de Groot”

  1. I LOVE LOVE HER!!!! I think she is so edgy and cool but story is so tacky…we cant stop laughing. maybe for mess market its great but people that are in fashion industry must be dying.

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