The Vogue Russia April 2014 cover shoot takes on the seventies in a very iconic way. It is inspired by two of the era's biggest muses (for Yves Saint Laurent, at the very least), Betty Catroux and Lou Lou De La Falaise, who are channeled by models Fanny Francois and Nadja Bender, respectively. Male model Mathias Sourbron channels the iconic Saint Laurent himself.
Shot by photographer Mariano Vivanco, the Vogue Russia April 2014 cover shoot mays homage to the designer in a dark and luxurious way. The leggy beauties were styled by fashion editor Olga Dunina, who clad them in YSL signatures including suits for women and embellishments from the likes of Chanel, Atelier Versace, Armani Prive and more. Their vintage Parisian glamor was perfected with flawless hair and makeup.
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