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…
You can’t blame models for wearing lots of black, lots of fur and the odd quilted puffer jacket during the cold that is Paris fashion week. They make pretty much anything look good, after all. And that’s what makes off-duty model style so fun to keep watch of. Whether it’s an elegantly simple outfit of all-black, balancing skinny pants with a voluminous fur, or a…
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H&M calls it “Spring’s Key Pieces”, and their spring / summer 2013 look book does offer up plenty of those – especially if you’re inclined to draw your inspiration from the fashions of the 1960s. Starring a fringed Magdalena Frackowiak, the look book brings skinny cuts and graphic black and white prints together with edgier, more androgynous leather jackets and collared shirts.
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Animal motifs may be finding their way onto our fall 2012 clothing, but the real things haven’t gone unnoticed. From Magdalena for Pani to Naomi Campbell for Harper’s Bazaar Russia, seems fashion is always partial to a fluffy bunny or two.
If androgyny is an attitude, than Magdalena Frackowiak is the model to pull it off. Her shoot in Pani’s September 2012 issue doesn’t leave transformations up to styling: she slips into each of the masculine and feminine roles with utter conviction. Zuza Krajewska & Bartek Wieczorek photographed the editorial.