Ah, we just can’t get enough pastels right now and this editorial for Grazia Germany pretty much sums up everything about spring. Icy blue thaws into blushing pink with dashes of sunshine yellow and spring green. Ruffly layers and feminine chiffon create a decorative feel spiked with sharp-edged accessories and a nonchalant rocker-girl bouffant. Tina Luther photographs.
I’m not sure which is more beautiful: the landscapes, the fashion (Blumarine, Valentino, Louis Vuitton, Prada), or the Kirsten Dunst. Her spread in February’s issue of Vogue Italia is absolutely breathtaking, with photography by Yelena Yemchuk that is worthy of a gallery wall, and impeccable styling by Leith Clark. So, SO pretty.
Heather Marks gives the happiest place on earth some fashion edge, with her shoot Fashion Parade for Elle France. Heather hangs with Disney celebs both old and new, from Mickey to the stars of The Incredibles. Shot by David Burton with styling by Elissa Cannelle Castelbou, you can see Heather rocks designers like Emilio Pucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Stella McCartney and more! Check out this amazing editorial bellow.
This Frida Kahlo-inspired shoot shows off the young Dutch model, Noah Steenbruggen, like never before. Her darkened eyebrows add a new dimension to flashbulb-whitened skin, while the colorful frocks, fringe and floral crowns pop against a sensual Spanish backdrop. I’m in love with the carefree foreign style channeled to life by stylist Patrycja Juraszcyk and photographed by Anouk Nitsche.
Karli Kloss gets vamped posing for the camera of Tom Munro in bold winter hues, black cherry lipstick and a smoky eye so intense the fire department showed up. A boyish coif balances the feminine textures of fishnets and fuzzy jackets and the sensibility of stylist Charles Varenne seems remarkably accessible to the everyday fashionista.