The Grazia Germany #49 issue creates an editorial spread of juxtaposition in scenery and style titled 'Black Leather.'
Though hide has come to represent an edgy aesthetic, fashion director Nino Cerone softens the lustrous textile to create refreshingly ladylike looks. Each feminine exit is given an extra dose of grace as model Elsa Briesinger wears pieces by Givenchy, Alexander McQueen and Fendi and H&M with romantic ease.
The historic streets of South England add picturesque visuals to the photography captured by Tina Luther. Here, the second striking juxtaposition comes into play as archaic scenery hosts such modernistic street style. Grazia Germany #49 provides an ocular feast of opposite attraction with this fashion spread that gives new life to seasonal leather layering styles.