Archive for ‘Anna Jagodzinska’

January 27, 2011

Cesare Paciotti Spring 2011 Campaign

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Anna Jagodzinska by Mariano Vivanco for Cesare Paciotti Spring 2011 Campaign

Anna Jagodzinska is a goddess.  She so ably presents sensuality with a dose of regal bearing, depicting feminine charm with attractive confidence.  Oh…and she’s effing gorgeous.  The end.

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August 7, 2010

Anna Jagodzinska by Camilla Akrans

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Anna Jagodzinska by Camilla Akrans for Vogue Nippon August 2008

Gotta love a bride in black.  Camilla Akrans always delivers such romantic editorials and this is most definitely her M.O. if a little morbidly.  The photography is absolutely gorgeous.  And although she wears a lot of black and white lace (with the one red cloak shot), the color in this is so vivid.

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July 3, 2010

Soft Machine

Anna Jagodzinska by Hedi Slimane for Vogue Nippon August 2010

I always love Hedi Slimane’s work.  For me, this is all about the details: the glorious strategically messy hair, the peekabo black lace, the sensual slouching…  It’s hot.

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June 9, 2010

Edita Vilkeviciute & Anna Maria Jagodzinska by Craig McDean

Edita Vilkeviciute & Anna Maria Jagodzinska by Craig McDean for W February 2009

Eerily fantastic.  There’s something morbid about this despite the lack of gory details.  I can feel an intensity about this that’s takes this to a whole new level.  The dilapidated romanticism of it adds to the haunted abandonment of it all.   There’s something ghostly about this.  I am so feeling all the eerie editorials lately.  Craig McDean is always fantastic.  He brings out the absolute best in his work.

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October 8, 2009

Future Beauty

This editorial makes me think of the book A Great and Terribly Beauty and it makes sense.  There is something beautiful about ugliness of the shoot.  It is strong, aggressive, and striking.  I love the edginess and how it feels like on the verge of a fight.  There is tension in this shoot; appealing to me far more than the emotionless “perfect shots.”  These pictures are striking for capturing imperfection.

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