The Vogue Netherlands 'Neo-Victorian' Editorial Stars Anna de Rijk

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 30, 2012 • References: & fashiongonerogue
The images from the Vogue Netherlands 'Neo-Victorian' editorial have been released just in time to inspire some last minute Halloween costumes, at least for those who have decided to celebrate the holiday on the actual date. Glamorously Gothic with a modern twist, the outfits are sexy and dark in an elegantly sophisticated way.

The Vogue Netherlands 'Neo-Victorian' editorial was lensed by Marc de Groot, a photographer based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It stars model and cover girl Anna de Rijk. The Dutch beauty was outfitted by fashion editor Marije Goekoop. Goekoop went for drama with designs from such labels as Roberto Cavalli, Elie Saab, Valentino and Alberta Ferretti. Whether a damsel in distress of a vampire queen, de Rijk was flawless thanks to beauty artist Irena Ruben. Stats for Modern Baroque Fashion Trending: Older & Popular
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