Anja Rubik covers Elle Germany September 2014

Legs for days… that’s all I can think of when I look at the Elle Germany cover featuring Anja Rubik for September 2014. The supermodel sits legs crossed, sporting a look that refuses to give into the winter months ahead. While all other magazines are showing off autumn winter looks to buy now, Elle Germany holds on tight to summer…
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Anja Rubik covers Porter’s Fourth issue for Fall 2014

Porter has just released it’s fourth issue cover and we’re presented with the beautiful model Anja Rubik. This is the issue that is perhaps best defined as Porter’s first September issue. Editor-in-chief Lucy Yeomans comments that the issue is in fact created with the back-to-school feel with an emphasis on change.  If the cover is anything to go by, this…
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Anja Rubik covers Vogue Portugal (we’re loving the hair)

Anja Rubik can be found on the cover of Vogue Portugal this month. For the July 2014 cover, the model wears a rather slinky silver number from Paco Rabonne and is shot by Patrick Demarchelier. Assuming the usual supermodel position, what we have termed “the super slouch,” Anja is giving some serious eye to the camera. While we aren’t huge…
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White & Gold: Anja Rubik covers Vogue Korea January 2014

Anja Rubik has scored yet another cover for Vogue Korea, this time for their January 2014 issue. Looking quite ready for the Cruise season, Anja wears pinstriped high rise trousers paired with a barely there crop top. The laid back ensemble is blinged up a bit by a chunky gold necklace and bangle. All in, a very simple yet memorable…
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First Look: Mark Ronson snuggles with Anja Rubik for Fendi

Mark Ronson and Anja Rubik look awfully comfy snuggling together for Fendi. The new fragrance, Fan di Fendi, showcases the two celebs sitting in the back seat of a limo with paparazzi hounding them in all available windows. Doesn’t seem that that ad is too far removed from actual reality. {Source: TFS}
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