Sometimes everything just comes together flawlessly: Alana Zimmer, stars in a perfectly executed Vogue Italia editorial by Greg Lotus. Set against an incredible cave backdrop, the story features Alana in ornate gold jewelry, unusual hair looks by Antoinette Beenders and monochromatic makeup by Stephen Dimmick. Each element, with flawless styling by Danny Santiago, adds to the dreamy feel of the images and helps to create a truly memorable story that highlights Alana’s regal beauty.
Millions of fashion ads are duking it out for your attention this month but who will win? Sonia Rykiel, Moschino and Tom Ford, each offer up different versions of glamour atuned to their image of their brand; for Rykiel Alana Zimmer and Marike Le Roux look very Parisian chic, while Moschino goes for irony with a kitschy shot of Isabeli Fontana byÂ Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, dark lipliner and piles of gold jewelry have never looked so good. Finally, Tom Ford gives us a sexed up Carolyn Murphy paying special attention to ‘A Single Man’ star Nicholas Hoult. Tan lines aside, Ms. Murphy looks phenomenal – I completely forgot this ad was selling glasses…
Alana Zimmer has the kind of classically beautiful face that looks right at home in the most elegant editorials but every so often its nice to see her in a different light. Yelena Yemchuk takes Alana into the forest for Vogue Russia in an editorial filled with the peaceful tranquility of the natural world. The way in which Natalie Brewster‘s styling blends seamlessly with the environment is a sight to behold and Alana looks serene in every shot.
Alana Zimmer by Yelena Yemchuk for Vogue Russia | Scans by achAT
Scott Schuman has turned his blog, the Sartorialist into a must read for the street and fashion crowd. With his shoots for French Vogue and work for GQ, Scott himself modeling in a Gap ad and his first major fashion campaign for DKNY Jeans below (with a newly banged Alana Zimmer), it’s evident that the former Bergdorf Goodman fashion director is poised to have an even more fantastic 2009.
The November issue of Vogue Russia takes Alana Zimmer‘s classic beauty into the future. Tom Munro‘s dramatic portfolio shows Alana at her most unconventional – wild styling and bright colors prevail as Zimmer displays the seasons coolest looks. Her ability to move from traditional glamour to offbeat eccentricity make Alana one of fashions most coveted chameleons.
Alana Zimmer (Supreme Management) by Tom Munro for Vogue Russia