Photos of Crystal Renn styled by Lori Goldstein and lensed by Nathaniel Goldberg in a turban-tastic editorial called "A Call for Camp" in Vogue Japan's June issue just surfaced on The Fashion Spot. Hopefully this makes the impending doom that is Monday a little easier to take. Click through to see the whole shoot.
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Crystal Renn Explains Why She Likes Modeling for Vogue Japan and Responds To the Haters Who Say She's Gotten Too Thin
Stylist Lori Goldstein, photographer Nathaniel Goldberg, and Crystal Renn came together to work their magic for a stunning editorial in the June issue of Vogue Japan. They actually came together to produce "A Call for Camp" back in December of last year. I was lucky enough to have the chance to hang out at Pier 59 while the shoot happened, surrounded by McQueen and Marni and yards upon yards of Marimekko fabric that was twisted into tight turbans atop Renn's head. While Renn was being tugged and pinned into one such turban, I chatted with the rising supermodel about the plum gigs she keeps scoring, what she wants to do next (hint: it still involves cameras, only the moving kind), and how the constant media chattering about her shifting size makes her feel.
Watch: Behind-the-Scenes at Vogue Japan with Crystal Renn and Anna Dello Russo
Take Crystal Renn, Anna Dello Russo and a whole lot of glittered out Dolce & Gabbana and what do you get? In a nutshell: This behind-the-scenes video at Vogue Japan "A Policy of Flash" shoot. See a gorgeous Renn get her eyes taped up and back, her brows brushed, lips colored and then step in front of the camera and--boom--magic happens as she contorts and poses to sultry effect. Renn begins as a dapper gent and later is transformed into a golden glamour girl, dressed solely in Dolce & Gabbana's Fall 2011 collection because, according to Anna Della Russo "We love it!"
Crystal Renn and Karolina Kurkova Give us Nightmares in Interview Magazine's Envelope-Pushing Editorial
Crystal Renn and Karolina Kurkova get in touch with their, ahem, clinically insane sides in a Steven Klein-lensed editorial for Interview Magazine, c