Anja Rubik is the face for YSL’s Parisienne and Paris je t’aime fragrance campaign. The supermodel’s 60’s inspired make up was done by Lloyd Simmonds for the Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott photographed shots.
Two sunkissed beauties: nude Anja Rubik and beautifully bare Andreea Diaconu, shaking booties and rolling in the sand and generally making every male wish they were doing Mario Sorrenti’s job for a living. After the break, a behind-the-scenes video of the two models posing in St. Barths for Vogue Paris.
Andreea Diaconu’s bare body isn’t the only one gracing the inside of Vogue Paris’ latest issue. Perfectly complimenting the shoot is second model Anja Rubik, wild and tribal and lithe and bare. Between Mario Sorrenti’s sun-drenched photography and the fit, toned appearance of both models, the magazine feels to have a focus on healthy bodies, reminiscing on the sportiness of the supermodels of the ’80s…
Anja Rubik graces the cover of Vogue Spain with this June 2013 issue of the magazine. The Polish supermodel is rocking a 70’s chic look in a crisp white shirt worn unbuttoned and a bucket hat, as styled by Sara Fernandez. The look resembles Lauren Hutton’s iconic style.
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Polish supermodel Anja Rubik poses by the poolside for the cover of Vogue Mexico’s May 2013 issue. Anja looks like a goddess in her metallic asymmetrical Anthony Vaccarello dress complimented by her gorgeous blonde bed hair.
We’ve seen a number of top models in recent moths chopping of their hair and stepping out with chin-length bob hairstyles, prompting us to agree that the bob should sit amoung the list of covetable 2013 hair trends. Of course, that’s not to say a bob is for everyone. Far from. If you do want to brave a bob for the first time, or return…
I’ll disclaim from the outset that the title of this post is inaccurate: “best”, when it comes to any form of art, is subjective. There’s no right or wrong on what can be called the best when it comes to fashion shoots, but there’s only so much you can explain in a title so I’ll say it here instead. There are certain editorials that stand…
He dropped the Yves and kept the Saint Laurent, and debuted a spring collection that seemed to turn models into 1970s style icons. And the first new campaign by Hedi Slimane for the brand has that Dandy-meets-rock’n’roll vibe in volumes, starring Anja Rubik in all black and white outfits against an opulent, Parisien looking backdrop.
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