Although Corinna Ingenleuf (Ford) recently moved to New York, the German model’s presence in leading European editions of Vogue has gone uninterrupted since summer. The other week her Richard Burbridge Vogue Italia story was mentioned in Daily Links and today it is her portrait by Max von Gumppenberg & Patrick Bienert in Vogue Deutsch November 2011 that is of particular interest. Titled “Moment, bitte!”, the Nicola Knels-styled story features portraits of seven women accompanied by their musings on photo shoots in relation to time. Corinna is seen wearing a Miu Miu top and diamond earrings by Pomellato above a quotation of hers that when roughly translated reads, “Time is relative, time teaches you, time and location ensures you have to develop yourself.” In der Tat! No doubt Corinna Ingenleuf’s new location of New York will hasten all manner of positive development.
Credits include: Publication, Vogue Deutsch November 2011; Title, “Moment, bitte!”; Photography, Max von Gumppenberg & Patrick Bienert; Interview, Johannes Bonke, Sven Schumann; Fashion editing, Nicola Knels; Hair and makeup, Stelli at Uschi Rabe; Fashion assistance, Samrin Conrad.