Models are having another music video moment. There’s Anja Rubik in Black Atlass’ science fiction filmclip of morphing alienous beings, directed by Yoann Lemoin (aka Woodkid). There’s Rianne ten Haken naked and smokey eyed and darkly femme fatale in Lenny Kravitz’ The Chamber. And then there’s Cara Delevingne in Die Antwoords Ugly Boy – which one can only say is all kinds of strange. Check…
Maybe it’s a deliberate grab for attention via the thorny path of controversy. Maybe it’s a genuine attempt to call attention to an issue relevant to a generation of young readers. Or maybe Interview Magazine are just glamorising binge drinking (intentionally or not) in such a way that young girls are going to look at this shoot and think, drinking until I pass out must…
View all the look book pictures from the Mango Intimates autumn (fall) / winter 2014 collection. Read the article to see the full gallery.
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Isn’t there just something inordinately stylish about the way Anja Rubik carries off an oversized sweater? With a simple mid-length black skirt and ankle boots, she makes drowning in a turtleneck look graceful, not to mention wholly desirable. Model superpowers.
Anja Rubik stars a black and white fall / winter campaign for Italian shoe designer Giuseppe Zanotti. Anja poses by the streets with her messy bed hair, flaunts her long legs by the stairs in fishnets and wears a nice sharp tuxedo for a nice androgynous look; a few pieces that highlighted Zanotti’s masterpieces.
It's a timeless fantasy: the woman washed up on shore turned fierce jungle queen, the sexy surviver with dishevelled beach hair and primitive fur pelts. It may be far removed from any reality, but isn't that the point? This summer, getting into the jungle queen spirit with arm cuffs and tusk necklaces, tribal rings and bold talon earrings never felt fiercer. After the break: these are the tribal-inspired jewellery pieces you need in order to be crowned queen of the jungle.