Anja Rubik’s Spanish Vogue is “Muy Caliente”
Posted Mar 08, 2011
When one of the best fashion photographers combines with one of the hottest models-of-the-moment there is only one possible outcome – Editorial Perfection. Alexi Lubormirski’s March 2011 Cover of Spanish Vogue captured Anja Rubik in all her stunnning beauty.
While Lubormirski’s cover was an all-out celebration of fashion/glamour, it was his editorial spread that was a deliciously-debacharous nod to 70’s chic. I don’t know that I’ve ever seen a nude male model used in such a way to elevate rather that detract from the over-all imagery and direction of the layout. There is absolutely nothing lewd or lascivious about these images, and moreover I find them to be truly empowering statement for women.
I am moved by the Art of Fashion and dedicate much of my blog to honoring the artists that continue to push-limits and ask us to reevaluate our own conceptual system. It doesn’t always have to be the extreme avant-garde pieces that shift our sensibility. Bravery/Honesty exists in the creative excellence found in a diversity of genres. And for me, Alexi Lubormirski’s work exemplifies that excellence.
This is true escapism. The candid nature and high-octane pulse of sex/style, mixed with the wicked flavor of the 70’s makes me want to crawl inside the pages and experience the “Glamourous Life” he’s created.
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