Nadja Auermann in ‘Tableaux Ephémères’ by Luigi & Iango for Vanity Fair France, June 2015
Posted Jun 01, 2015
Nadja Auermann embraces the brevity of beauty in ‘Tableaux Ephémères’ by Luigi & Iango for Vanity Fair France, June 2015. Lost in an exotic array of plumes & play, Auermann invites the power of purity through the furor of fantasy. Stylist, Felipe Mendes, takes us into the depths of the imagination where fashion’s fortune is foretold. Long silhouettes steal the show with looks by Armani Privé, Chanel, Dior, Giambattista Valli Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, Valentino & Atelier Versace. Modern makeup made to last, Virginia Young, picks a singular look strong enough to suit each outfit. Cosmetic creations come to life with a bold blend of liner and lips. The eyes lure us in with a no-brow free flow, as the mouth erupts with a raucous color red. Hairstylist, Luigi Murenu, lets drama ensue by matching edgy couture with unique coiffure. Poised in silent revelry, pieces pierce the sky with a tri-point crown made from brushed gold. Avant-Garde excess tells a tale of temptation with evocative designs that dare to dream. Decadence becomes her as each shot captures a vision of Tableaux Vivant. Maison Margiela Artisanal ends the story in a state of hidden pleasure with bejeweled features covering of the face.