Polish model Anja Rubik is the “It Girl” of the moment for the Vogue Magazine publication. Not only is she gracing the cover of Vogue Germany’s September 2013 issue (which will hit newsstands on August 14), but the blonde-beauty is also the star model of the editorial spread entitled “God Save the Queen” in Vogue Paris’ August 2013 issue.
Rubik is captured in both magazines penetrating the camera’s lens with her focused, regal stare and contouring her body to the desired creative concept like the top model that she is.
In her cover photo, photographer team Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer immortalize Rubik in an all-Prada ensemble from the high fashion line’s Fall 2013 collection. In “God Save the Queen”, photographer team Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin snap a series of images that show Rubik conflicted between punk-rock fixations and royal etiquette. The editorial spread makes pithy use of the Autumn 2013 collections of Alexander McQueen, Chloé, and Saint Laurent—to name a few. But really, it doesn’t matter who Rubik is wearing because her hardcore swag would make the label look like money either way.