Madame Figaro, December 2011
Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
Model: Saskia de Brauw
Models: Stella Tennant, Kasia Struss, Arizona Muse, Saskia de Brauw, Kinga Rajzak, Aymeline Valade, Baptiste Giabiconi, Sara Blomqvist, Sigrid Agren, Caroline Brasch Nielsen, Diana Dondoe, Crystal Renn, Caroline de Maigret, Amanda Sanchez, Jasmine Tookes, Melissa Tammerijn, Othilia Simon, Julia Nobis, Anja Rubik, Edie Campbell, Julia Johansen, Mirte Maas, Antonia Wesseloh, Margaret Kualley, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Rose Smith, Denisa Dvorakova, Kelly Gale, Jyothsna Chakravarthy, Audrey Marnay, Saskia de Brauw, Daphne Groeneveld, Alina Kozelkova, Lindsey Wixson, Sophie Srej, Yasmin Lebon, Malthe Madsen, Kinga Rajzak, Melissa Stasiuk, Amber Lebon, Sasha, Lakhsmi Menon, Alissah Ali, Baptiste Giabiconi, Benjamin Eidem, Shanina Shaik, Daphne Groeneveld.
Colour blocking yet monochromatic lookbook for Chanel Cruise 2012 collection reveals sophisticated simplicity through the artistry of Karl Lagerfeld. As the creator and photorapher, Karl managed to emphasize “a modern version of sophisticated dressing” with the help of his muse Baptise Giambiconi and latest amazement in fashion stage Saskia de Brauw. Saskia having already a French Vogue cover in her record, she hits the lookbook with androgynous charm and softness forming male – female ambiguous couple with Baptiste.
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Photography Karl Lagerfeld
Model Carine Roitfeld
Makeup Peter Philips for Chanel using lace by Sophie Hallette, Paris
Hair Sam McKnight for Pantene (Premier)
Production Katherine Marre and Mighela Shama
The 60th issue of an exclusive magazine Visionaire will be curated by Riccardo Tisci from Givenchy what heralds exceptionally spiritual edition with models as saints and sinners from biblical stories. As the main theme is framed in Religion, all aspects of faith will be shown from fashion point of view gathering high end fashion artists and contributors like Mario Sorrenti, Franca Sozzani, Lea T, Karl Lagerfeld, Giovanna Battaglia, Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, Lara Stone, and many more . Tisci believes that Religion has become more universal and amorphous. “It is the mother, the family, it’s love, it’s work, it’s abstract,”.