Karen Elson by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue US October 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

/

Published September 22, 2011

A Winter’s PaleKaren Elson joins actor John Hawkes for a fall fashion story photographed by Peter Lindbergh (2b Management) for the October edition of Vogue US. Through a shaded lens, Lindbergh captures the pair in the elegant wardrobe selects of fashion editor Grace Coddington. Featuring designs from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton, Karen and her beau look like movie stars in this cinematic series.








Recent Updates

Beach Wedding Attire Featured

Beach Wedding Attire: Your Guide to the Perfect Guest Look

Selecting the right beach wedding attire is a challenging task that balances fashion with the unique charm of a seaside ...
LV Flight Mode

Louis Vuitton Flight Mode Summer 2024: Travel in Luxury

Louis Vuitton goes on a journey of fashion-forward travel by unveiling its Flight Mode collection for summer 2024. Celebrating the ...
kirsten Dunst Featured

Civil War Star Kirsten Dunst Takes the Spotlight for Flaunt

Kirsten Dunst graces the cover of Flaunt Magazine's Issue 191 with an unmistakable aura of confidence. Photographed by David Roemer ...
Mavi Spring 2024 Featured

Mavi Spring 2024 Campaign: Denim with Coastal Vibes

Capturing the essence of Southern California's serene beaches and laid-back vibes, Mavi's spring-summer 2024 campaign highlights new season jeans. Shot ...
Bantu Knot Hairstyles Featured

Bantu Knot Hairstyles: The Top Ideas for 2024

Embracing heritage and modernity, Bantu knot hairstyles offer a bold and versatile way to style natural hair. Bantu knots are ...
Sabrina Carpenter SKIMS Featured

Sabrina Carpenter Channels Retro Style in SKIMS Ad

Sabrina Carpenter steps into the limelight as the new face of SKIMS, highlighting the Stretch Lace and Fits Everybody collections ...

4 thoughts on “Karen Elson by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue US October 2011”

  1. The varying distances and the soft elements that frame the shots are subtle but effective, and the colour palette reinforces the quiet.  It feels like those afternoons when you notice the sun is more slanting and you have to put a sweater on after dinner.  FALL!

    Reply

Leave a Comment