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Anna Jagodzinska | Vogue Türkiye Haziran 2011 by Damien Neva

There is no question that Vogue Türkiye is one of the rising editions of the industry’s number one magazine title. Since its launch in March 2010 Vogue Türkiye has published an impressive body of work including covers that use actual models such as Maryna Linchuk instead of future zed-list celebrities, editorials with Alana Zimmer, Ranya Mordanova, Alexandra Tretter, and more. In today’s chilly publishing climate such “bold” choices are rarely even countenanced for the domestic market. Turkey is an entirely different animal, however. The purple patch that began over a year ago for the Istanbul title extends to include the June 2011 issue, which features on the cover Ford’s Anna Jagodzinska photographed by Mariano Vivanco. Wearing a Mary Fellowes-styled ensemble drawn from the Roberto Cavalli Spring / Summer 2011 collection the Polish beauty adds emphasis to the Turkish expression sıcak temas (hot contact). The issue also includes an Ahmet Polat editorial with Ford’s Julia Saner, but that is for another post. Given Vogue Türkiye’s positive critical reception I can only hope it becomes easier to find on Manhattan newsstands than is a volume of Armenian history on either side of the Bosphorus. Whatever the case, however truth and beauty will always rise to the top and doubly so when allied with Anna Jagodzinska.

Credits include: Publication, Vogue Türkiye Haziran 2011; Photography, Mariano Vivanco; Styling, Mary Fellowes; Hair, Ward Stegerhoek; Makeup, Francelle Daly; Casting, Melissa Batsel for Batsel Creative.

Anna Jagodzinska | Vogue Türkiye Haziran 2011 (Photography: Mariano Vivanco)

Anna Jagodzinska | Vogue Türkiye Haziran 2011 (Photography: Mariano Vivanco)


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The elephant in this room is really the show stealer. Although, Anna’s looking especially süper too.

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