Magazine: Vogue Germany December 2012
Model: Tony Garrn
Photographer: Alexi Lubomirski
Styling: Christiane Arp
Stylist and Editor for Vogue Germany Christiane Arp decided to take us on a magnificent journey to the ice cold, imperial Mongolia. Entitled So fern, so nah - German for So far, so close, this editorial is a perfect portrayal of winter elegance. The visual image is stunning, with outfits mixing fashion instinct and costume: lots of layers, long kimono sleeves, wide obi belts and warm fabrics such as wool to resist the harsh climate. Model Tony Garrn is a rosy cheeked vision in the forest with multiple braids and powerful head wraps. This editorial reminded me a lot of a photo of a Mongolian reindeer that I posted a few months ago. The same feeling of cold and royal surroundings comes across from both sets of photos. Don't you wish it was snowing already?
I really liked the styling and the storyline of this editorial. How about you? Did it also make you long for snowy winter days in a forest in Mongolia?
Photos: Vogue Germany