If this 70s cut gown with a magnificent trail by Emilio Pucci doesn’t make an impression on you I don’t know what will. Magdalena Frackowiak wears the stunning dress with Yves Saint Laurent wedges for Harpers Bazaar’s March issue, photographed by Terry Richardson. With a distinct oriental essence throughout the shoot, this is one worth looking at in more detail after the jump.
Magdalena Frackowiak on Fashionising.com.
It’s rather a good thing Magdalena Frackowiak showed up in this shoot for the June/July 2010 issue of Numero; we were starting to miss her. Today’s dose of Magdalena was photographed by Chad Pitman. Click on the image to view the full gallery
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I’m rather liking this Spring 2010 lookbook from J.Crew. Sometimes sporty, sometimes dandy, always cool and casual, there are some pretty neat styling ideas for simple pieces layered in different ways. It also helps that Magdalena Frackowiak is the model.
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It doesn’t take much for Magdalena Frackowiak to catch my eye – her svelte figure and angled cheekbones all complimenting her ability to do everything from the risque to fashion as art. If it is true to say that Abbey Lee Kershaw has been able to capture our attention by way of her cooler-than-rock-chic attitude, then Magdalena has been able to do it all with…
In the February 2010 issue of Dazed and Confused, Magdalena Frackowiak poses in Viktor & Rolf‘s unmistakably hacked-up dresses. The tulle gowns with their surrealistic shapes take cutaway detailing to another level; making them seem more like works of art than ready-to-wear pieces.
Having made it into our list of top models for 2009, the news that Magdalena Frackowiak would be in February’s Vogue Russia more than piqued my interest. Magdalena has that ‘it’ quality, and in her Born by Revolution pictorial that ‘it’ quality will have many yearning for the Spring 2010 season to get here sooner rather than later. And with the pictorial’s reliance on a…
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So far for 2010, Vogue Russia, I can’t fault you. You began the new year with a Natasha Poly pictorial that proves our point about her versatility and her place in the number one spot of our 2009 top models. And now you’re heating up February with Magdalena Frackowiak; another from our top 10 list.
Leave it to Hedi Slimane to take it back-to-basics and create a beautiful black and white shoot that presents the ubiquitous nudity trend in a elegant yet sensual way. He shot the gorgeous Magdalena Frackowiak for Man About Town magazine.
Magdalena Frackowiak is not content with being on just the cover for Russian Vogue in May, she’s also gracing the cover of Numero‘s 103rd issue in a somewhat angelic picture photographed by Solve Sundsbo.