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Karlie Kloss is all ‘Tomboy’ in this high-energy editorial by David Sims. Emmanuelle Alt layers up the streetwear with plenty inspiration from the military industrial complex for Vogue Paris October 2014./ Hair by Paul Hanlon; makeup by Lucia Pieroni
Top model Anja Rubik is unusually accessible in this private moments editorial lensed by Lachlan Bailey. Geraldine Saglio chooses luxe and loose comfy separates for ‘Into the Wild’, Vogue Paris October 2014.
Vogue Paris October is celebrating motherhood and leads off with the cover editorial of Natasha Poly and her daughter Aleksandra, lensed by Mario Testino. My first reaction is that stylist and Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt has produced a style vision that screams Carine Roitfeld, but certainly without the edge of Crystal Renn’s 2010, Vogue Paris editorial, lensed by David Sims. Carine Roitfeld did a similar editorial in 2006, also using Mario Testino, with the cover story featuring Natalia Vodianova.
The most interesting aspect of motherhood in France is the government’s involvement in supporting new moms with a host of services not available in the US. As a result the birth rate among all groups of women in France is increasing. Also, France is committed to their new moms experiencing an identity of still being sensual and desirable as independent women and not redefined now exclusively as moms. This undercurrent of the French lifestyle is obvious in this rather tepid attempt to tell a story that Carine Roitfeld understands better than anyone.
Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt styles ‘Frenchy’, a look aat the unntra-slim silhouettes that she prefers as a signature of French women. Model Mica Arganaraz is lensed by David Sims for the September issue.
It’s Ladies Night in ‘Sheer Magic’,starring Anja Rubik and Daria Strokous. Lensed by Roe Ethridge For Vogue Paris September, stylist Giovanna Battaglia chooses lingerie-inspired elegance and sophistication in passionate colors and patterns. Silk Stockings complete the fashion story./ Makeup by Mathias Van Hooff; hair by Akki
Model Rachel Zimmermann envisions a body-loving life in this futuristic editorial shot by Mert & Marcus for Vogue Paris’ September issue. Stylist Joe McKenna chooses Alexander McQueen, Rick Owens, Prada and more to emphasize Rachel’s love of self-revelation in ‘Glaorama’./Hair by Shay Ashual; makeup by Lucia Pieroni.