From Opulent Market Editorials to Woodland Couture Portraits

By: Jana Pijak - Sep 7, 2014
Illustrating the vision of the publication's editor-at-large and creative consultant Anna Dello Russo, these Vogue Japan features push the boundaries of fashion with their whimsical imagery and couture staples.

From woodland couture portraits to extravagant arcade editorials, these Vogue Japan features are nothing short of striking. The Asian publication is known for highlighting the latest is ultra luxury, couture and conceptual styles that are not necessarily wearable but more of a fantasy for their readers.

The publication's over-the-top and captivating aesthetic is reflective of Anna Dello Russo's style and personal belief that 'more is more' when in the pursuit to leave an impression on readers. Not one for subtlety, the editor opposes American Vogue editor Anna Wintour's style approach and instead goes all out to celebrate her love of couture and the vibrant spirit of Japan.