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Anja Rubik is still your sun-kissed nude shoot go-to girl

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…

Andreea Diaconu rolled in sand was a good choice for Vogue Paris

Vogue Paris’ latest cover feels particularly fresh. A wash of vibrant, saturated blue merging the sea and sky in the background, a bright-eyed, bronzed skinned Andreea Diaconu bikiniless but covered in sand like candy rolled in sugar. And that sea-salt hair… Good choice, Vogue Paris, not to clutter it up with too much text.

Freja Beha Erichsen returns to Vogue Paris

Mixing up the styling with punkish smokey eyes, red stilettos and a floral appliquéd dress is the May 2013 issue of Vogue Paris. But it’s not so much the what that will generate interest as the who. Vogue Paris’ new issue features Freja Beha Erichsen, “who has been absent from the magazine since August 2011 and the runway since Spring/Summer 2012, shot by Inez &…

Kate Moss: L’Etoile De Lima

In case you were missing Kate Moss, Vogue Paris has you covered. Moss stars in a shoot titled L’Étoile De Lima celebrating – as does the issue as a whole – the beauty of Peru. Sarajane Hoare’s styling is what underpins the whole series: blending tradition with what’s on trend and giving elegance to a kind of eclectic maximalism. Naturally you need a star-studded cast…

The Woolmark prize goes to… Christian Wijnants

The fates are against Christian Wijnants and I being in the same room at the same time. Owing to a series of unfortunate events I missed both the Woolmark Prize (which he won) and his Paris fashion week show. Thank you flu, and a badly sprained ankle respectively (the latter quite literally happened while on my way to his show.) But thankfully you don’t even…

Daniel P Dykes in Vogue Paris Hommes

The air was particularly glacial on the day of the Paul Smith menswear show in Paris, and the snow was falling in big, icy flakes. But one who knows the value of a three-piece suit, and the necessity of the right accessories in winter, always has a little colour in his cheeks. Our own Daniel P Dykes is well versed in the mathematics of warmth…

Kate Moss in Vogue Paris’ mysterious noir

With three striking covers featuring three big names of the modelling world (Daria Werbowy, Lara Stone and Kate Moss), Vogue Paris’ September 2012 issue issue was always going to generate some buzz. But more captivating than the names themselves is the noir theme that dominates the issue. A series of shoots by Mert & Marcus explores the theme in different ways, with Kate Moss’ imagery…

Kate Moss, Lara Stone & Daria Werbowy cover Vogue Paris. Magazine refreshes.

The coming winter 2012 fashion season is dominated by two women’s looks: masculinity and the new noir (or the new gothic, if you will). While it was the former that dominated the catwalks, it’s the appeal of the latter that dominates old media and the pictorials they create. Vogue Paris picks up on the vibe as they give their publication a makeover and make noir…

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