Mysterious Ways

August 12th, 2009 Posted by Janelle comments (16)

There is something cinematic about Norbert Schoerner‘s latest story for Vogue Germany. The moody lighting, the cast of alluring female faces, the poignant stares and dramatic feel – it all looks like something out of an old film. Luca GajdusEmma Mclaren and Masha Novoselova star as three very different yet mysteriously linked women. The way Schoerner’s dreamy pictures set up an abstract dramatic arc is especially compelling and it leaves you wondering just where the story goes next.




Emma, Masha & Luca by Norbert Schoerner | Image Credit, Scan by acHAT

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  1. MosS77 says:

    This was beautifully done.. with beautiful faces..

  2. steph says:

    beautiful photography

  3. grace says:

    i like her style ,seems like in 80s

  4. GP says:

    Beautiful and classy. Why European VOGUE is always better than American VOGUE?

  5. Aziza says:

    wow love this, who is the girl in the first picture?

  6. Toni K says:

    Emma is rising – finally. She used to be in Models1 new face package already autumn 2006, and got my attention. Waiting to see big campaigns 2010 for her…

    And why European Vogues has better editorials? Because Anna W. knows what sells in USA, and that’s what Vogue US looks like. Making money with fashion isn’t wrong, but it’s not leading breathtaking results usually either. But – people has spoken.

  7. Rene Schaller says:

    Luca.. I really love her! She looks great in Alexander McQueen

  8. pony ryder says:


    way too gorgeous

    so chic, so classy

  9. debby says:

    love it

  10. Kim says:

    Dreamy…high society women waiting around for their favorite cafe to open up…or these could be shots by someone doing coverage of high-end prostitutes. Also makes me imagine average, everyday women making an effort to dress up. Lovely!

  11. Janelle says:

    Aziza, the girl in the first picture is the lovely Emma McClaren

  12. Antonio Barros says:

    This is a well done editorial! I love the dramatic mood and the colors!

  13. Christopher Y says:

    Looks like Vogue GERMANY is stepping up its game plan!!! 😉
    Great job… I love stories like this that are actually inspiring and inspired… no more posey editorials please…

  14. Edwin says:

    I totally agreed with Kim.

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  16. nicola says:

    I happen to know the retoucher who worked on this beautiful story:), he’s called Rainer Usselmann and here’s his folio with more of his work: Enjoy!

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