If Looks Could Kill

Peter Lindbergh brings his masterful touch to the pages of American Vogue with an elegant story featuring Lara Stone, Frida Gustavsson and True Blood star Alexander Skarsgård. Taking cues from 40s film noir and the unrivaled glamour of days past, Grace Coddington styles the trio in retro looks from Marc Jacobs and Proenza Schouler. Lara plays femme fatale in sumptuous furs and red lips, while Frida is an unaffected ingenue in mary-janes and classic gowns: which of these beauties can Mr. Skarsgård trust? No one knows for sure, but Lindbergh’s atmospheric photos keep us guessing.

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  1. @latinboy: yes, would be better for frida if lara was out of these shots coz apparently she’s stealing the show 😀
    nothing against frida, but i didn’t even notice her at first sight there next to lara..

  2. I don’t know for some reason
    Peter Lindbergh work is always the same
    Boring boring boring

  3. Sometimes Lindbergh blows me away and other times, such as this one, he’s ‘meh’. Lara and Alex are both amazing subjects and somehow the life seems sucked out of them.

    Maybe US Vogue has something to do with it.

  4. Lara & Fida both look gorgeous! American Vogue has had such an amazing turnaround over the past year. Great photographers (Lindbergh, M&M) & models (Lara, Joan, Frida, Anais M, Liu, Raquel) have made US Vogue the one to beat. Isn’t it funny how Vogue has improved with Meisel gone?

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