Models Anok Yai, Cara Taylor, Emily Ratajkowski, Hayley Bieber, Hyunji Shin, Krow, Taylor Hill, and Winnie Harlow showcase the spring 2019 season in ‘Stardust’, styled by Carine Roitfeld and Jon Hartleben. Photographer Mario Sorrenti is behind the lens for Harper’s Bazaar Australia March 2019./ Hair by Akki; makeup by Kanako Tanase
Rising model Kaia Gerber wears a mix of haute couture and rtw from Givenchy Haute Couture, Maison Margiela Artisanal, Marc Jacobs and more, styled by Carine Roitfeld. French-American image maker David Luraschi is in the studio for CR Fashion Book #13.
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Kim Kardashian West delivers a version of herself that we've never seen. Not only covered up, but a prairie-loving star in a John Wayne movie, Kim Kardashian takes center stage as a pioneer woman under the influence of Marie Antoinette. Carine Roitfeld styles KKW in Calvin Klein 205W39NYC, Balenciaga, Coach 1941, Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood, Max Mara and more for images by Jackie Nickerson in CR Fashion Book #13. The entrepreneurial mogul explains why this fashion shoot was her easiest:
When I do a shoot, I love to see the photographer’s version of me. I’m not this diva who shows up on set and has all these demands of specific angles and glam and how I want to look. I like doing things that aren’t me or aren’t the way that people typically see me, and I love to see that version too. This was my easiest shoot because I didn’t have to suck it in. I was just myself and it was more about attitude instead of showing off my body, which was different and refreshing. I think people don’t really see me as dressing so modest. What’s funny is that, though I obviously am very comfortable not being modest, my soul inside is kind of modest. My closest friends know that about me.
Models Gigi Hadid and Halima Aden cover CR Fashion Book Issue 13, an issue dedicated to UNICEF USA, according to editor Carine Roitfeld. Carine broke away from the fashion pack with her fall issue, dedicated to doing good by raising awareness for the global children's relief organization with two of its newest ambassadors Hadid, the half Palestinian daughter of a Syrian refugee and Aden, a Somali refugee and prominent Muslim, hijab-wearing model.
“The state of fashion media is absolutely in flux so it was really important for me to use my existing platform for good,” Roitfeld told The Hollywood Reporter. Choosing to spotlight UNICEF USA was a response to the international news. According to the organization, “more children are on the move now than at any point since World War II,” notes Roitfeld, the editor of Vogue Paris for a decade before founding CR Fashion Book in 2012.
Reflecting on the state of magazines generally, Carine Roitfeld says: "It’s difficult for me to talk about the future because things are constantly changing. Over 15 years ago I was asked this question while everyone was going digital and no one knew what was going to happen. Print survived then and it’s still trying to survive now," she says. "Today we are up against social media, which is a blessing and curse. People have much more access in real time — they don’t want to wait until an issue hits stands to read something. I think maybe some magazines will stay but they have to be very beautiful, like a collector’s item. They have to feature people and topics that are unique, that stand out but also resonate globally.”
Model Hailey Clauson is styled by Carine Roitfeld for Giuseppe Zanotti's Fall Winter 2018.19 ad campaign, lensed by Sebastian Faena. The brand statement says:
“Sensual velvet, a feeling of boundless space, plush modern sofas: Giuseppe Zanotti conjures up a fantasy private club in its new campaign for the Fall Winter 2018/19 season. The exclusive setting forms the backdrop to a contemporary figure whose attitude is defined by her deliberate yet natural gestures, and whose dress sense, more than her manner, reveals an underlying air of ostentation.
The moment is captured by the statuesque beauty of Californian model Hailey Clauson with her stunningly long legs and innate star quality, flaunting the sexy yet relaxed side of any woman who chooses to wear Giuseppe Zanotti designs.“