Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012

March 21, 2012

Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012

The Amsterdam Experience – After taking a look at the cover yesterday, we have a glimpse of the editorial content from Vogue Netherlands’ premier issue. Focusing on the city of Amsterdam, Marc de Groot captures Ymre Stiekema, Romee Strijd, Josefien Rodermans, Svea Kloosterhof, Anne Verhallen, Rianne van Rompaey and Imaan Hammam in vibrant spring looks. From tattoo parlors to classic artwork to enjoying a serving of herring, the images celebrate all things Dutch with flirty styling by fashion editor Marije Goekoop. On beauty are makeup artist Irena Ruben and hair stylist Ilham Mestour.

Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012
Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012
Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012
Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012
Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012
Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012
Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012
Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012

11 thoughts on “Ymre Stiekema, Josefien Rodermans, Romee Strijd & Others by Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands April 2012”

  1. Even though it looks like a variety of filters and lenses, colour palettes and subject matter, it really feels like a single story to me.  I love it, too!

    Usually, when I think of Dutch fashion, aside from traditional national clothing (and clogs ;), I think of something kinda hard, minimalist, and sharp.  This is more in line with Vogue, though.  And I think it’s successful.

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