Supermodel Eva Herzigova is lensed by Koray Birand in ‘Eva Herzigova Muhteşem (Spectacular)’. Fashion Editor Asli Asil styles Eva for ELLE Turkey May 2019./ Hair by Maxime Mace; makeup by Mayia Alleaume
Supermodel Eva Herzigova is styled by Ekaterina Tabakova in sensual poses lensed by Philip Gay for Harper’s Bazaar Russia April 2019./ Hair by Raphael Salley; makeup by Ariel YehRead More
Supermodel Eva Herzigova is styled by Sophie Pera in grandeur looks from Prada, Gucci, Marc Jacobs and more, lensed by Simon Emmett for Tatler UK March 2019.
Supermodel Eva Herzigova graces the pages of Vogue Czechoslovakia January 2019, delivering the beautiful sensuality Eva’s known for. Photographer Pamela Hanson captures the Czech sea goddess, with styling by Jan Králíček . / Hair by Perrine Rougemont
Some of AOC’s favorite models and talents led by Helena Christensen, Ashley Graham, Monica Belluci, Eva Herzigova, Karen Elson, Chiara Scelsi and more are supported by photographers including Angelo Pennetta, Luca & Alessandro Morelli, Giuseppe Tornatore, Branislav Simoncik, Franco Pagetti, Bruce Gilden and Alex Majoli in celebrating Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2019 ad campaign.
Complicity Among Creatives
We don’t have the answers to any key questions around the participation of these creatives in the Dolce & Gabbana campaign — except to say that we wouldn’t participate in the campaign in any way. That’s a tough decision to make in a world that feels increasingly politically correct, a world where disagreement and debate is not tolerated by either demanding progressives or right-wing conservatives. So unlike many voices, AOC won’t criticize talents using their gifts on behalf of the Dolce & Gabbana brand.
Caught in our own concerns about the intolerance of politically-correct, progressive demands, we also acknowledge the reality of a world marching towards intolerance generally. This right-wing intolerance derides women’s rights or even our intelligence, gay rights, protecting the environment and a host of other values that the fashion industry theoretically embraces.
Vogue Paris gets unpredictable for once, offering readers supermodelEva Herzigova styled by Anastasia Barbieri in 'Eva, Le Coq and Some Music'. Photographer Juergen Teller captures Eva for the May 2018 issue,/ Hair by James Pecis; makeup by Karim Rahman