Filed under: Editorials, News | Tags: anna jagodzinska, ludavine poiblanc, mark segal, vogue nippon
Ford’s Anna Jagodzinska features in a Sep. 2010 Vogue Nippon editorial photographed by Mark Segal and styled by Ludavine Poiblanc. For a model with blonde hair as gorgeously full as Anna’s (think Tom Ford Eyewear F/W 09), a story in which she appears bereft of her luxurious locks is all the more ballsy. Then again, Anna can pull off just about any look from the Mediterranean sultriness seen in her Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue F/W 10 fragrance campaign to the uptown sophistication of her Sivigilia F/W 10 campaign. MDC titled Anna’s futuristic look “minimal wave” and having interviewed for the Ford Models Blog the founder of a record label by the same name the designation resonates with all its chilling overtones. Whatever you call the look, however it is maximally the one they call Anna J.
Further credits include hair by Didier Malige, makeup by Rosemarie Swift, manicure by Bernadette Thompson, and set design by Gerard Santos. Scans of below pictures derived from MAGstyle @ tfs.
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