Thursday, 20 January 2011

Freja Freja Freja...

Freja is one of those models that never fails to impress because every single photo of her is campaign worthy. This editorial shot by Mario Sorrenti for French Vogue's February issue is so stunning I want it made into posters for my walls...









The Dries Van Noten and Martin Margiela images are so incredibly beautiful. It amazes me how she can go from rock-goddess to 70s babe to high fashion couture at the flick of a switch. Freja's prescence at London Fashion Week has been seriously underwhelming for, well forever, so I'm really really hoping she gets a good few shows this year. 

What do you think of Freja for French Vogue? I kind of wished they'd included an Alexander McQueen piece because I'm still waiting to see how it'll be styled in editorials, anyone else?

photos from fashiongonerogue.com

8 comments:

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  2. The first photo of Freja is fantastic, gives a slight David Bowie vibe.
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  3. I chose her as my Model of the Year 2010,
    she is absolutely breathtaking.

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  5. i love freja,she's amazing!

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  6. My favourite is her wearing Stella McCartney, she looks amazing x

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  7. She is truly too fabulous for words!! :)

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