The latest issue of Russian Vogue in 2014 can already be found on sale. On its cover is Natalia Vodianova, beautiful as a fairy-tale Snow White, and inside is a real Christmas present for those who yearned for luxurious photo shoots in the spirit of the gallant age - a 7-page material dedicated to Hoffmann's Nutcracker, but more reminiscent of games with Rococo by John Galliano. In one persona, the image of a Christmas tree sparkling with lights, and a little brave Marie, and a prince turned into a wooden toy, and dolls from the gingerbread town, and the mysterious Drosselmeyer have merged here.
On the pages of the magazine, there was no place except for the rat king, except for a reference to his solemn mantle a red carpet dress from Victor & Rolf. It is funny and unexpected, by the way, that it was in Russian Vogue that they were able to assess the true potential of this amazing thing, create a proper atmosphere and background for it, while most other glossy magazines preferred to pretend that there was no such couture collection at all. Natalia Vodianova is expected to be equally beautiful in a spiky Armani Prive dress, a white, like porcelain, a dress from Dior, and a shot of crystals made by Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel. Amazing exclusive synthetics from Victor & Rolf in this series look no worse than a scarlet velvet camisole.
In December, Russian Vogue will traditionally not only offer its readers a selection of the best couture dresses for a note and for inspiration, but also summarize the results of the outgoing year. Anyone who thinks that they missed something, or wants to repeat the pleasant moments of their favorite collections, should spend money on the latest magazine in 2014.