British Vogue often produces slightly mediocre editorials; it is usually the international editions who are recognised more for their art. However, once in a while they produce an excellent editorial, one that makes you forget all the bland ones that have been featured before it. This is one of them. Entitled “Two Weeks In September”, styled by Jane How and photographed by Glen Luchford, the editorial brings back the 60s, which is, as I mentioned in a previous post, the single biggest trend of the FW14 season.
Anna Ewers is one of my favourite models at the moment and I have championed her from the start of her career. I think I backed a winner (well, if I had placed a bet) because she seems to be going from strength to strength; continually booking blue chip campaigns, walking countless shows and starring in oh-so-many editorials and even covers. This editorial is one of my favourites of hers. Have a look at the images below, I don’t think they are in order though. (Credit for all images goes to whoever it is due.) Pick up a copy of the October 2014 issue of British Vogue to see the images in print.