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June 14th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

Though it may just be June, Fall/Winter 10 campaign images are starting to materialize. Visually, black and white or a predominant black background seems to be the preferred choice for fall (unsurprisingly) and from these four images, it looks like the handsome man is favored for the upcoming season joining the sexy girl. What’s your favorite campaign so far?

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Clement Chabernaud for Gianfranco Ferre F/W 10.


Roman Ivancic, Vladimir Ivanov, Bette Franke for Lacoste F/W 10


Jon Kortajarena, Alexa Chung, Gaspard Menier for Pepe Jeans F/W 10

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A Russian Tale

April 28th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Linda Cantello brings her masterful makeup artistry to the pages of Vogue Russia, with an inspired beauty story. Shot by Paolo Roversi and styled by Sheila Single, the story recreates the look of Russian ballet performers during the era of Diaghilev. Using makeup, couture and a little magic, Iris Strubegger and Heidi Mount are transformed into surreal interpretations of the the period’s look. The end result is a story that is imaginative and inspiring all at once.

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Garden Party

April 15th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

The Room never fails to present a compelling images for its covers but the 11th issue is an especially lovely take on the Grey Gardens look. Marton Perlaki shoots Iris Strubegger as a modern day Edie Beale in mixed prints and bright colors: the bright and upbeat feel of the image itself is the perfect for Spring!

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Project Runway

January 13th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Every month Steven Meisel comes up with another ingenious theme for Vogue Italia and this month is all about backstage : Meisel and Lori Goldstein recreate the energy and atmosphere of a runway show but not without adding in a hint of VI’s wry humor. Everything one would expect to see is here; from backstage catfights to wardrobe malfunctions and cigarette breaks. As always the model lineup is impeccable with appearances by Agyness Deyn, Alla Kostromichova, Anna de Rijk, Anna Selezneva, Constance Jablonski, Daria Strokous, Freja Beha Erichsen, Gwen Loos, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Irina Kulikova, Iris Strubegger, Isabeli Fontana, Iselin Steiro, Jac Jagaciak, Jamie Bochert, Kamila Filipcikova, Kasia Struss, Kendra Spears, Karlie Kloss, Lara Stone, Lily Donaldson, Liya Kebede, Magdalena Frackowiak, Mirte Maas, Natasha Poly, Patricia van der Vliet, Ranya Mordanova, Rianne Ten Haken, Rose Cordero, Sasha Pivovarova, Sessilee Lopez, Sigrid Agren, Siri Tollerod, Snejana Onopka and Viktoriya Sosonkina.

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Vogue Italia February 2010 | Image Credit, Diciassette <3

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Dark Shadows

December 8th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

No one does tough and sexy like, Iris Strubegger : Mikael Jansson, taps into Iris’ dangerous side for Vogue Italia, in an editorial that dazzles. Dressed in body conscious leather and lace by stylist, George Cortina and given free reign to show off those dynamic poses, Iris makes this story her own. Note how cool and in control she looks, even with a boa constictor dangling from her neck.

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Moving Pictures

December 1st, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

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As fashion moves to embrace new media, the role of the editorial is changing: video is becoming an integral part of how magazines and brands present fashion. From the fascinating live feeds at Showstudio, to the mini-movies that have accompanied campaigns for Burberry and Alexander McQueen: everyone is moving beyond static pictures and into new frontiers of visual expression.

One of the most impressive combinations of editorial imagery and video is the La Demimondaine film, a collaboration between multimedia company, Vision On and Flair Austria. Starring Iris Strubegger, as a classic, Dietrich-inspired siren, with set design by the brilliant Mary Howard, the clip presents a compelling vision of glamour and does so while seamlessly merging still images and motion. The technology behind the film is impressive – Iris’ editorial and the video, were shot simultaneously using the state of the art Red camera – but what really captivates, is atmosphere created by the film. Like any good editorial, it transports you to an exciting world of high fashion fantasy.

Find out even more about the process in the making of feature.

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Directors Sharif Hamza and Sandro Suppnig

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Boy Oh Boy

October 23rd, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Iris Strubegger has the kind of androgynous chic look that would make Annie Lennox green with envy – put Iris in a three piece suit with her hair slicked back and the result is magic, put her in a femme fatale designer gear and you get beauty with an edge. For Hercules, Paola Kudacki and stylist Francesco Sourigues, let Iris play both masculine and feminine roles in an editorial that sizzles. Take note of entrancing newcomer Gerard Alondo as well, with his chiseled body and refined features he provides the perfect compliment to Iris’ unorthodox look.

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Walk The Walk

October 12th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

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Wondering which girls got the most runway mileage this season? The members of the Fashion Spot forums have got you covered. The dust has settled on the shows and its time to see just who walked the walk down the catwalks of New York/London/Milan/Paris. Need a round up of who did what, including those choice opening and closing slots? Our amazing friends at The Fashion Spot Community have been keeping count of everything and the hardwork and dedication that went into their model showlists has to be seen to be believed. Check out the tFS thread here.

Naturally, they weren’t the only ones hard at work this season. An elite group of models raised the bar when it came to runway appearances. With multiple girls doing over 50 shows each in the 4 different cities you really get an idea just how rigorous modeling can be. Here are the top 10 catwalkers according to tFS’ calculations.

10.Dorothea Barth Jorgensen, Elsa Sylvan, Katie Fogarty (Tie) | 51 Shows

9. Angelika Kocheba | 52 Shows

8. Alla Kostromichova | 55 Shows

7. Hanne Gaby Odiele, Iris Strubegger, Karlie Kloss (Tie) | 56 Shows

6. Charlotte Di Calypso | 57 Shows

5. Eniko Mihalik, Imogen Morris-Clarke, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Tao Okamoto (Tie) | 58 Shows

4. Frida Gustavsson | 60 Shows

3. Kasia Struss | 61 Shows

2. Liu Wen | 70 Shows

1. Constance Jablonski | 72 Shows

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The official runway leader of the season Constance Jablonski! 72 shows is mind blowing!

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