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The Miu Miu Age

July 25th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

In 1993 the Miu Miu line launched as an offshoot of Miuccia Prada‘s creative empire. With an ultra-feminine point of a view and a youthful, eclectic design sensibility the label quickly came into its own. Rising from a secondary project into a full-fledged powerhouse of its own, Miu Miu has grown exponentially, becoming a favorite label of insiders and celebrities alike. Over the years there have countless memorable moments of Miu and in their latest issue Dazed & Confused travels back through the archives with an atmospheric edit by Ben Toms. With a series of quintessential brand faces lounging around in key looks from seasons past, Toms and Robbie Spencer capture the essence of what makes the brand special – that intrinsic feeling of youthful whimsy and insouciance, infused in each outfit and brought to life here in chic style.

SEE THE FULL STORY AND MORE FROM THE 1993 TAKEOVER ISSUE ON DAZED DIGITAL 

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Irene Hiemstra

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Delfine Bafort

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Jamily Wernke Meurer

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Vlada Roslyakova

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Anne Catherine Lacroix

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Put A Ring On It

April 30th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Is there a single more ubiquitous luxury item than the Givenchy couture nose rings? Sure those Prada car print skirts are everywhere and you can’t walk down the street without seeing a Celine luggage tote, but nothing is more noticeable than five pounds of metalwork dangling from a beautiful girl’s face.

Add to this that the Givenchy nose rings have all the elements of an editorial frontrunner; undeniable visual impact – check, expensive – check, hard to get your hands on – double check. There was absolutely no way editors could resist themselves and as such the rings have been showing up in every magazine imaginable for the past few months.

Are you still enjoying seeing these beautiful ornaments – or are you ready to move on to the next trend? We admit to experiencing a bit of Givenchy fatigue – considering that the pieces are always styled with Givenchy looks, which is nice but not exactly exciting. Wouldn’t it be interesting to see these paired with something else – maybe mix in one of those other overexposed editorial favorites, Balenciaga Darth Vader visors anyone?

Franzi Mueller by Greg Kadel for Vogue Germany

Jessica Chastain by Paolo Roversi for W Magazine, styling by Edward Enninful

Vlada Roslyakova by Richard Burbridge for Dazed & Confused, styling by Robbie Spencer

Karlie Kloss by Angelo Pennetta for British Vogue

Natasha Poly by Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris, styling by Emmanuelle Alt

Grimes by Hedi Slimane for Dazed & Confused

Marie Piovesan by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Italia, styling by Panos Yiapanis

Arthur Gosse by Fabien Kruszelnicki for Hero Magazine

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Couture Kick

March 21st, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Richard Burbridge.
Robbie Spencer.
Vlada Roslyakova.
Dazed & Confused.

Couture taken to the next level in a spirited and spectacular story that pairs the best of luxury with items straight from the local sporting goods emporium. Truly a one of a kind experience – see more from the April issue on Dazed Digital.

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Blondes on Blondes

September 2nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

POP magazine has a thing for blondes; from Britney Spears on the cover, to the their portfolio of handpicked golden haired ladies, this issue might as well be dedicated to solely to all things blonde. Speaking of that Angus Munro cast portfolio, Jamie Morgan shoots just about every blonde – bleached and otherwise, in this special editorial. Who do you think has the best shot in the story and which blonde beauties should have been a part of this editorial.


Sigrid Agren

Jana Knauerova, Constance Jablonski & Hanne B

Ymre Stiekema & Carmen Kass

Candice Swanepoel

Brooklyn Decker & Diana Farkhullina

Hanne Gaby Odiele, Erin Aktell & Tori Praever

Marloes Horst

Ylonka Verheul & Antonella Graef

Kirsty Hume, Doutzen Kroes & Lily Donaldson

Patricia van der Vliet

Shirley Mallman & Kirby Kenny

Vlada Roslyakova, Maryna Linchuk & Abbey Lee Kershaw

Hana Soukupova

Naomi Preizler, Jenny Sinkaberg & Valentina Zeliaeva

Kirsten Owen

Image Credit | Scanned by Fearless123 @ tFS

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Ginger Spice

June 16th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

If there is a theme to this month’s Vogue it would have to revolve around red hair. Whether all natural, dyed or simply faux, fiery locks dominate the editorial pages.  Karlie Kloss, Iris Strubegger, Coco Rocha and Karen Elson all sport the color and they each bring something different to the look – Karen is the grand dame of red locks, Coco famously sparked the red revival with her makeover a few months ago, Iris is already setting trends with her short red cut and Karlie is heating things up in her David Sims story with hair that reminds us of Vogue mainstay Grace Coddington. Four red haired beauties – one phenomenal issue.

Naturally fashions change and who knows how long any of these ladies will stay red (Coco is already back to black) but crimson hair is definitely having a moment with the models.

Karlie Kloss by David Sims

Karen Elson & Coco Rocha by Norman Jean Roy

Iris by David Sims

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Material Girl

May 28th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Vlada Roslyakova looks like something out of a fairytale but David Vasiljevic brings out her inner 80s baby for Numero Tokyo. The Valley Girl themed story showcases Vlada looking retro in big bows and short skirts. Victoria Adcocks sharp styling is so in tune with the 80s theme that you can almost hear the Madonna playing in the background.

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The Big Chill

December 8th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Vlada Roslyakova wanders into a winter wonderland in the latest Numero. Looking ethereal as she skates across an icy pond in sublime creations from the likes of Alexander McQueen and Dolce & Gabbana, Vlada manages to make iceskating look chic. Gorgeous models floating across thin ice in gilded gowns? Truly a festive way to kick off the holiday season.

Vlada Roslyakova (Women Management) by Horst Diekgerdes for Numero

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The Russian Wave

August 21st, 2008 |Posted by Betty

Sweeping across magazines and advertising are a wave of mesmerizing and hard working beauties that the blue chip clients just adore. The newest of them all, Anna Selezneva, scores the September Russian Vogue cover shot by Mario Testino/styled by Carine Roitfeld.

The top Russian/Eastern European models, according to Russian Vogue are currently:
Anna Selezneva
Diana Farkhullina
Sasha Pivovarova
Maryna Linchuk
Natasha Poly
Anna Gushina
Snejana Onopka
Olga Sherer
Vlada Roslyakova
Valentina Zeliaeva
Tanya Dziahileva
Irina Kulikova

Anna S/Silent. Ph: Mario Testino for Russian Vogue. pic and info thanks to Achat at tFS

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