I do love a magazine cover that portrays movement, it always makes it more striking and appealing, and this is one gorgeous cover from Diane Kruger for Vogue Germany July 2014 issue. Captured by Camilla Akrans, who always seems to impress me, Diane Kruger really does make a fairly boring sequinned top and skirt ensemble from Hugo Boss’ autumn/winter 2014 collection, the first designed by Jason Wu look amazing. It just shows what styling, setting and movement can do for a piece of clothing. I also think the fresh pastel pink colour helps this cover, it really shimmers nicely, and I
I know that everyone has already moved on to the September issues but I have only just picked up the August cover of Vogue Germany, which was an homage to Nicole Kidman. The Australian actress didn’t just get two gorgeous covers, but also three incredible editorials inside that really shows off her model potential and various personalities. We have the whimsical editorial shot by Camilla Akrans that shows Nicole wearing Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry Prorsum, Louis Vuitton and Valentino in a gorgeous outdoor setting. I just love how Camilla has shot this editorial, the soft lighting and the fuzziness to the images
It is like a mixture between a Vogue Nippon and i-D cover with the winking model, the English cover lines and the logos. Vogue Germany has done a special cover with the Constance Jablonski shot by Alexi Lubomirski to promote Fashion’s Night Out. What do you think? Do you like this cover? I can’t wait to pick this up on August 18.