Elegance and old New York: Toni Garrn

Elegant looks with a touch of urban-boheme: that’s the brief behind the styling of Toni Garrn’s cover shoot for Vogue Germany’s August 2012 issue, styled by Christiane Arp. But the romance doesn’t really reach its peak until you take Alexi Lubomirski’s black and white photography into account. With Garrn and her shore leave sailors against a backdrop desaturated and motion blurred, numbing the modern details, this could be Old New York.

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Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12
Toni Garrn: Vogue Germany, August '12

Tyron Machhausen’s makeup and Ben Skervin’s hair – a retro-esque french twist – come together into a beauty look worth taking inspiration from.

View the full shoot from Vogue Germany (vogue.de) at the gallery above.

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