Subtle Differences

Daniel Jackson and Alastair McKimm reveal the versatility and beauty of fresh faces, Anais Pouliot, Gwen Loos, Jana Kayeย and Anna Speckhart in a lovely editorial for Vogue Nippon. With a switch from natural makeup and pared down styling, to bold color and all out glamour, the story showcases just how big a difference cosmetic changes can make; expert hair and makeup from Esther Langham and Linda Cantello, really takes each girl to that next level.

Anais Pouliot

Gwen Loos

Anna Speckhart

Jana Knauerova

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  1. Love Anna Speckhart in this ed!I just saw her on T.V. yesterday for the Pandora jewellery add and she looked amazing in that aswell .

  2. Janelle, Anna Speckhart is the same girl that you guys have archivied here as “Anna Christine”… I’ve seen that her MDC profile is not completely updated because she has had 3 “Daily Feeds” (counting this one) already and her profile here only shows one. Maybe you’d like to change her profile title to Anna Speckhart, ’cause in most of her fashion work she’s credited with that name. Oh, and she’s also with Viva in Paris and d’management group in London by the way, maybe you’d like to update that as well ๐Ÿ˜‰ . She’s one of my favourite newcomers, I’m happy she got that beautiful Vogue Nippon ed. I like Anais as well, she looks stunning.

  3. Thank you very much! ๐Ÿ˜€ … I only forgot one little detail, she’s also with Marilyn in New York, hehe … can you add that one as well?

  4. No worries Lego, the Marilyn was added but it wasn’t showing up for some reason. It should all be there now. I love dedicated model fans so thanks for all your help!

  5. Gwen now and forever. Because I love her, and because… well:
    -about Anna and Jana, I honestly don’t have any partucular feeling;
    -on the other hand, the day I’ll like Anais Pouliot world will probably collapse…

  6. Beautiful new crop of girls…!
    Unique juxtaposition… Features are stunning… Frailty with a bit of modernity and retrospection…

  7. They look better before…
    Yeah they really took the girls to another level, another level of plastic

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