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Double Vision : Dior Couture

October 18th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion shows are well and good, but the true test of a collection’s impact is often played out in the editorial pages. When you have multiple editors reaching for the same pieces over and over again you know a designer has hit a nerve. Even when the styling itself isn’t that noticeably different between images, there are always key changes in presentation that separate fashion stories; whether it is the model choice, the manner in which the photographer chose to present the garment, or even something as simple as color vs. black and white, each team puts its own special stamp on things. Take a look at the way in which different magazines have interpreted two of the most popular pieces within the collection and let us know who you think pulled it off best.

Look No. 48  

Black fitted cashmere top with a black duchess satin skirt embroidered with electric blue flowers.

Saskia de Brauw by Daniel Jackson for Vogue Germany, stylist Christiane Arp

Aymeline Valade by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Japan, stylist Melanie Ward

Saskia de Brauw by Ruth Hogben for Another Magazine, stylist Katie Shillingford

Karlie Kloss by Eric Guillemain for Sunday Times Style Magazine, stylist Lucy Ewing

Hanaa Ben Abdesslem by Michelle Ferrara for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, stylist Elaine Lloyd Jones | Suki Waterhouse by Marc Hom for Tatler, stylist Deep Kailey

Stef Van Der Laan by Luca Guadagnino for CR Fashion Book, stylist Carine Roitfeld

 

NiNi in Vogue China / Thana Kuhnen by Marcelo Krasilcic for L’Officiel

Look No. 8

Blue and pink embroidered cut-off ballgown with black cigarette pants

Keira Knightley by Mario Testino for American Vogue, stylist Grace Coddington

Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue Italia | Saskia de Brauw by Ruth Hogben for Another Magazine

Dior couture illustration by Ignasi Monreal for Spanish V Magazine

Aymeline Valade by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Japanstylist Melanie Ward

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Berlin Wave

July 20th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion is always changing and some of the most engaging design comes from fresh talents whose names you may not have heard of yet. Vogue Germany shines a light on some incredible designers coming out of Berlin in a striking story by Greg Harris. Styled by Christiane Arp and feauturing the stark beauty of Iris Strubegger and Katrin Thormann, the engaging studio edit showcases work from talents like Michael Sontag, Vladimir Karaleev, David Tomaszewski and design duo Augustin Teboul.

HAIR Christian Wood MAKEUP Steven Canavan MANICURE Tricia C. Pahl

Scan Credit | Helligirl @ tFS

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Das Ist Gut

July 15th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

It doesn’t take much to make Claudia Schiffer look good. Other models rely on striking changes to keep our interest, but Miss Schiffer cornered the market on pristine blonde beauty two decades ago and never let go of it. Seeing her on the cover of Vogue Deutsch’s Made in Germany issue makes perfect sense and the seductive image by Miles Aldridge captures everything we love about our favorite ice princess. The lace mask, the bold red lip, that phenomenal platinum coif: so cool and so Claudia.

FASHION EDITOR Christiane Arp | MAKEUP  Kay Montano | HAIR Phillipe

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