Stylish Celebrities Pose for Vogue’s 120th Anniversary


Vogue is celebrating its 120th anniversary this year by publishing an editorial fashion spread in their coveted September issue featuring the most influential people in fashion under 45. The list of subjects include fashion designers, models, actors, singers, and personalities that have made their mark in the industry and are currently influencing modern style. From Florence and the Machine front woman Florence Welch and Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence to Dior’s creative director Raf Simons and fashion design duo Rodarte, the project known as The Vogue 120 showcases the faces and minds behind the fashion trends of the moment.

Photographer Norman Jean Roy embarked on an international photo shoot, conducting shoots both in studio and on location in various countries, to capture each captivating frame. If there’s one tying statement about all of the shots, it’s that they all exude a sense of elegant freshness. Whether these modern fashion icons are in a mossy forest having a tea party or driving off in a sleek convertible, they all embody the image of the cool, young, “it” crowd that fans of fashion yearn to be part of.

For a behind-the-scenes look at the fashion portfolio, check out the video, below.













Norman Jean Roy website
via [Vogue]



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