Rie-wind

March 3rd, 2010 Posted by Janelle comments (17)

The Vogue Italia couture supplement is a time honored tradition and this season’s cover is off the charts. Rie Rasmussen is taken into the futuristic world of Steven Klein and she has never looked better, the image of Rie is strong, sexy and leaves us hungry for more. Patti Wilson‘s styling on this is is just phenomenal – that Valentino catsuit certainly didn’t look as appealing on the runway…

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17 Comments

  1. lasher says:

    so happy for her…….welcome back!!!!

  2. Michael says:

    wow that’s a strong cover love it

  3. All about Models says:

    Amazing work of Steven Meisel.Glorious
    http://allaboutmodels.blogspot.com/

  4. modellobello says:

    This is a nice editorial cover! All abou..: its actual Steven Klein who did this!

  5. trumancapote says:

    MAJORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR ONE OF THE BEST KLEIN SHOT EVER CANT WAIT FOR THE FULL ISSUE

  6. gise says:

    i think rie is a cool girl, but where is her neck? i vote for her as an artist and persona.

  7. david says:

    wait, klein or meisel? doesnt meisel shoot all the IV covers?

  8. Marcus says:

    Whoa~ This is lovely!

    http://www.fusionofeffects.com

  9. j'adore says:

    Steven Klein always shoots the couture supplement.

  10. james says:

    this a lot better than the freja’s vogue italia cover.

  11. Calvin says:

    While it’s an awesome shot, I feel like I’ve just seen something so so similar to this! Which Vogue had that scintillating calendar? This cover reminds me of that a little too much.

    http://calvinshow.blogspot.com

  12. misslikey says:

    rie and steven have to be a good combination

  13. Vibeke says:

    YES, This is marvellous, Rie

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  15. francesca says:

    amazing cover!!!

  16. peterModelObsessed says:

    very very sensual

  17. Fashion mogul says:

    fashion, future, religion, design and architecture: what else?

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