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Vogue China September 2011: 6th Anniversary

I’m going to say it: Fierce Bitches.

Inez & Vinoodh photograph the 6th Anniversary issue and it is absolutely magical. Each model is wearing Gucci F/W 11.12 and look stunning in the array of colors. Now this is a September issue.

Vogue China September 2011: 6th Anniversary  
Ph: Inez & Vinoodh


Vogue Paris: Sasha Pivovarova

I love how Desperately Seeking Susan this editorial is. Sasha embodies Madonna’s downtown chic layering in Dries Van Noten, Yves Saint Laurent, Burberry Prorsum and Marc Jacobs. She’s the girl you want to chill with. Simply put, this editorial is just cool and effortless. Put this girl on the cover already. It will be long overdue and well-deserved.

Vogue Paris June/July 2011
Model: Sasha Pivovarova
Inez & Vinoodh
St: Joe McKenna


Vogue Paris May 2011: Kate Moss

Na-na-na diva is a female version of a hustla’…

Kate Moss, in Armani Privé,  once again looks effortless and glamorous while being grabbed by from all angles. While not the most innovative cover for Emmanuelle Alt, you can’t dismiss Moss’s beauty. Also, I’ve included some previews to this issue, and we have Freja, Sasha, Karmen, and even Julia Stegner by Inez & Vinoodh. Dying for more.


Vogue Paris April 2011: Gisele

Gisele is lovely and soft on the April cover of Vogue Paris, shot by Inez & Vinoodh. The white lace Dolce & Gabbana racks up another cover, and beautifully done. The cover is almost Vogue US-esque and looks like Testino shot it, yet I’m really liking the sweet simplicity of it all.

Magazine: Vogue Paris April 2011
Model: Gisele Bundchen
Photographer: Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin


Vogue China: Lara Stone

Finally, the editorial that goes to the covers. These shots with flowing gowns are so much better than the covers. I personally feel that Lanvin gown has to be billowing in the breeze to gain the full runway effect. You have to love that high fashion smile of Lara’s in; she’s absolutely working this in the obnoxious Marc Jacobs.

I don’t get the Tom Ford gown with the fringe. It was amazing for Tom to return to womenswear and he made quite the impact, don’t get me wrong, but does he have to be all private once again? You have to wonder if his Fall 2011 line ends up like Spring, will anyone still care about waiting for his creations?

Wild Flower
Ph: Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
Stylist: Nicolatta Santoro
Model: Lara Stone


Vogue China: Lara Stone

Once again, Lara is on the cover of Vogue China, this time in a night and day double cover. I personally think the covers are stunning and clear, but the execution could have been better. I do not really understand the need for a pull-out cover when it’s just showing the surrounding desert. There really isn’t a need for this. Luckily, Lara looks absolutely pretty in YSL with a slightly horrible pose. I’m going to be honest here, I saw a smaller version of the covers and I thought Blake Lively at first, which is terrible, because I find Lara to be infinitely more beautiful and interesting than Blake, so I apologize to Lara for that. Anyway, I have a feeling the editorial will be great.

“Day & Night”
Ph: Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
Models: Lara Stone