Fresh Direct

What better way to show off the latest wares from the season’s new design stars, than to put them on the backs of the most au courant models? Vogue Paris displays clothes from rising stars Mark Fast, Hakaan and Alexandre Vauthier on stunners Barbara Palvin, Hannah Holman and Imogen Newton. Shot by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Jane How, the story succeeds in making the clothes and the girls look phenomenal.




Image Credit | Scan by Valentin27 @ tFS

  1. Je deteste cette éditos, il n’apporte rien au Vogue Paris ! en plus la petite Barbara Palvin n’est pas du tout Vogue Paris ! Elle n’as aucune gueule, des filles comme elle on en trouve 10 par ans !c’est une belle plante pour le Numéro ! quand je pense que le Vogue Paris boude des bombes ! je ne comprends pas du tout ! et ils book des filles comme ImogenNexton , intéressante mais pas du tout Vogue Paris, croyez moi ! Alors les gens qui trouves que c’est du grand art , alors vous n’avez aucun coup artistique !


  2. I do not believe in critisising girls as young as these. The magazine is not available so that we can make judgements on the models, or to invent a false idea of a ‘vogue paris girl’. The magazine is for the designers and their creations to be showcased to, and appreciated by, a worldwide audience.
    The first image stands out for me, personally, as the lip colour complements the grey tones of the dress, and imogens eyes appear hauntingly pale, however all three are shot honestly and beautifully.
    Art can be interpretted in many different ways, by different people, but critising the models themselves is intrusive and personal.

  3. I think that Imogen and Barbara look too young for an editorial like this. or maybe its just that the clothes look really cheap.

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