And yes, you can see them all after the break. The ultra-sexy Isabeli Fontana, a topless Magdalena Frackowiak, Bond Girl-esque Karmen Pedaru, and barely-covered Emily DiDonato all feature on their own covers for the July/August 2014 issue of Lui Magazine. The covers were shot by Mark Segal. See the rest below.
With each Victoria’s Secret swim collection, the brand seems to move further away from catalogue and more towards campaign. Read: more romantic photos, less cliche poses, and generally better imagery. This time around it’s a bikini filled foray featuring fitspo-inducing models Candice Swanepoel, Martha Hunt, Jac, and Magdalena Frackowiak in a campaign titled Turks & Caicos.
Between Magdalena Frackowiak‘s compelling beauty and the lavish under garments signed by Victoria’s Secret, the brand’s January 2014 campaign turns out to be practically irresistible. After all, you can’t possibly go wrong in choosing the ridiculously gorgeous Polish model to play out the seductive card, as veiled in silky slips, lacy negliges and the most delicate pieces of underwear.
The infuriating thing about models: they can roll out of a show with messy hair and no makeup and the plainest black cotton top, and still look effortlessly, ridiculously, beautiful. I took this shot of Magdalena Frackowiak after the Roberto Cavalli spring 2014 show.
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Polish model Magdalena Frackowiak is gorgeously crowned on the covers of the September 2013 issue of Elle Poland. Her highness is also clad in a sexy sheer dress for the other cover of the magazine. Magdalena Luniewska captured both stunning photos of Magdalena Frackowiak for Elle Poland.
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There’s no doubt as to which season Vogue Portugal’s latest cover has firmly planted itself in: everything from the deeply bronzed skin of Magdalena Frackowiak to the itsy-bitsy crochet bikini and reflective sunglasses, right through to the vibrant blue background and emblazoned word “TROPICAL” just screams summer.
When we spoke to Redken’s Guido Palau backstage at Prada’s spring show, he described Prada’s faux bang hairstyle as a way to make the classic french twist “more boyish”. The wispy strands dusting the forehead made for a slightly unconventional look to go with Prada’s collection; but we did wonder at how it would translate to an everyday look on the street. To best answer…
View all the look book pictures from the H&M Modern Boho spring / summer 2013 collection. Read the article to see the full gallery.
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