Raising Arizona

American Vogue doesn’t miss a casting beat lately! Fresh off the heels of her YSL and Prada campaigns girl of the moment, Arizona Muse is featured prominently in a charming story by Peter Lindbergh. Minimalist sportswear styled by Tonne Goodman, the natural beauty of the Southwest and Arizona’s effortless pose; it all combines to make a lovely story. The cameo by Arizona’s adorable son, Nikko certainly doesn’t hurt things either!

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  1. Gorgeous! I love the fac ttht this still gives me hoep for Vogue US. When they start putting this on the covers, I will start buyign it again.

  2. @ Hannah: Well put, and I agree with you.

    Every now and then Vogue puts out a pretty great issue. But they are so few and far between lately. I think the last issue I actually drooled over was March 2010.

  3. i argee with all the comments above.
    American Vogue need to bring back models
    like her, she has such a regal beatuy about her, 😀 im hppy to see somebody like her.

  4. I love Arizona Muse.

    Like Daria Werbowy, Arizona has that mature and intellectual look on her.

    A classy, self confident and timeless woman.

  5. im starting to fall in love w/ arizona…my fav thing about her is that she’s doesnt look like a 15 yr old girl…she looks mature and the 2nd pic is a pic of an icon…this girl will be BIG

  6. Looks great, I started to like Arizona. In the photo with her son she looks like a actress but I don’t know which one but her face reminds to an actress!!

  7. Arizona’s looks are very classy and beautiful but strong enough for high fashion. This ed is beautiful and she looks as if she has been doing this for 10yrs now… She has all the makings of an iconic super model!!

  8. Her expresion in the last pic is amazing, all photos are great, i beleive she will be one of those timeless top models.

  9. I totally get the hype. Everytime I across something she’s in, I stop and wonder, who is she? She looks so ordinary and yet so good. She really stands out to me. She really has it. She’s not working a young thing or an obviously sexy thing. Just a very cool thing. Lindberg’s new stuff in Vogue has been on and off and here it all works so well. Love this and love her.

  10. Arizona is not the most beautiful, the most prettiest face, but her’s is very Interesting. I hope that Vogue will invest in her. I believe she can be a great Supermodel. She’s an editorial genius.

  11. JOAN IS THE NEXT SUPERMODEL.!BUT THEN AGAIN,..PEOPLE THE SUPERMODEL ERA IS DEAD SINCE 2000 SO REALLY NOW…COME ON!YEA YOU CAN BE IN ALL MAGAZINE BUT WHEN IT COMES TO IT PEOPLE WON’T REMEMBER YOU AS THE ORIGINAL SUPERMODELS ARE KNOWN NOW…LIKE LINDA,KATE,NOAMI,ALEK,SO ON…BECAUSE THEY WORK THE FIELD AND SOME WERE GIVEN PLATE FORM WHILE THE OTHERS GOTTA WORK LESS.

  12. @Fashion is for suckers

    I’m sorry but was Alek in the same league as Linda, Kate, “Noami”?

    Supermodel era is dead to common folks, recession is in full swing and they don’t have time for fashion….. but for people who follows it like me….. it’s alive and well….

    It’s all relative… common folks (piranha movie crowd) nowadays I bet are more familiar with snooki et al than the great Julianne Moore. Same case in fashion

  13. I like Arizona’s classic beauty. She is indeed the epitome of what Vogue US wants the readers to aspire to. She is 24 I believe, which is great because these days all the obsession with 16 year old girls as the standard of beauty should stop. She looks sensual, classy, and graceful!

  14. @styleplusplus

    From US Vogue Magazine….. “When one meets Arizona -say, at a cafe in Soho at 8:00 in the morning one Monday, after she’s already given her nineteen-month-old, Nikko (pictured with her in this portfolio), his breakfast– it is the unpretentious poise and elegant maturity well beyond her 22 years that make the biggest impression. It’s exciting to imagine that this cerebral, modest young woman could be the game-changer— if all of the fashion Oracles are correct —take the mantle as the new face of American Fashion. ”

    I hope that Vogue magazine will celebrate the fact that she’s older and matured, than say, paint her with tons of make up to look as young as Lindsay Wixson.

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