Model Magdalena Langrova channels her inner Victorian muse for the Vogue Taiwan February 2014 editorial. Titled 'Art in Beauty,' it embraces classic oil paintings to show just how true that statement really is. As Fashion Gone Rogue notes, the brunette beauty "is a modern day version of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Gaston Bussiere’s Helen of Troy and more notable artworks."
Shot by photographer Yossi Michaeli, the Vogue Taiwan February 2014 editorial was styled by Melaney Oldenhof. Oldenhof pulled romantic pieces from the spring collections of such labels as Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry Prorsum and Dior to give the Czech stunner a modern baroque look, which was perfected with whimsical beauty by makeup artist Robert Greene and hair stylist Owen Gould.
The Vogue Taiwan February 2014 Photoshoot Stars Magdalena Langrova
1. Modern Baroque Fashion - Opportunity for fashion designers to create contemporary designs inspired by the elegance and opulence of the Baroque period.
2. Art-inspired Editorials - Potential for magazines and photographers to explore creative collaborations between fashion and art, drawing inspiration from famous artworks.
3. Victorian-inspired Beauty - Scope for beauty brands to create makeup and hair looks that channel the romantic and ethereal aesthetics of the Victorian era.
1. Fashion Design - Chance for fashion designers to incorporate baroque elements into their collections, creating a fusion of historical inspiration and contemporary style.
2. Magazines and Photography - Opportunity for magazines and photographers to produce captivating editorials that merge the worlds of fashion and art, creating visually stunning imagery.
3. Beauty and Cosmetics - Potential for beauty brands to develop products and looks that draw inspiration from the romantic and ethereal beauty of the Victorian era.