Ford Models’ Anna Jagodzinska in Vogue Türkiye June 2011

By Pablo AvionMusic as heard on SPIN


(or maybe it was awhile back: I can’t remember), I read an article in Newsweek (or maybe it was Time, or something completely different), that named Istanbul, Turkey as “the best city to be young.” The article showed a lot of people sitting at cafes on laptops, which is really good enough for me.

But I think we can all agree: this shoot with Anna Jagodzinska in Vogue Türkiye can only help further the image of Turkey as a fashion-forward locale.

“Sicak Temas” means “hot contact,” and this shoot by Mariano Vivanco certainly sizzles. Stylist Mary Fellowes chose a Gucci tank, Vivienne Westwood striped shorts, Alberta Ferretti lace dress overtop and bikini briefs by Melissa Odabash

Originally blogged by DAMIEN NEVA | FORD MODELS

(Credits: Vogue Türkiye June 2011; “Sicak Temas”; Photography by Mariano Vivanco; Styling by Mary Fellowes; Hair by Ward Stegerhoek; Makeup by Francelle Daly; Production, William Carducci at Urban NYC; Fashion assistance, Gisella Lemos; Casting, Melissa Batsel for Batsel Creative; Image source, Team Vivanco.)


Anna Jagodzinska is a Polish supermodel best known for her work with Calvin Klein, Moschino and Stella McCartney.

She is currently the face of Tom Ford Black Orchid. (Perfume review to come.)


Anna Jagodzinska was born September 12, 1987, in Sierpc, a small Polish town in the north-west part of the Mazowsze Voivodeship. She began modeling professionally in 2003 and within a year, she had already appeared in runway shows for DKNY and Marc by Marc Jacobs in New York and Milan.

By 2005 she was appearing in runway shows for more than 50 of the world’s top designers including Max Azria, Christian Dior, Jil Sander, Jill Stuart, John Galliano, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, Diane von Furstenberg, and Jeffrey Chow. She also made the leap from editorial assignments to being an international cover girl, appearing on the covers of Australian VogueL’Officiel and French Revue de Modes.


In 2006, just as she was set to become a household name, Anna unexpectedly left the industry to finish her schooling in Poland, which was deemed by many to be career suicide.

In 2008 she made a triumphant return to the catwalk in 2008 by walking for Donna Karan, Balenciaga, Chanel, Givenchy, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, and Viktor & Rolf in New York and Paris. She also appeared on the cover of Italian Vogue and was featured in eye-catching editorial spreads in British Vogue, French Vogue, Japanese VogueHarper’s BazaarNuméro, and V.



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