As distractions go, a magazine cover that carries a full frontal nude of Crystal Renn ranks up there with a month’s worth of TMZ exclusives [are there any other kind? -- Ed.]. Commission Ellen von Unwerth to shoot said cover story and all other features in the issue start to resemble those obtrusive subscription cards that fill the pages of the fashion magazines sold at Duane Reade. Today, however a different scenario unfolds in the pages of Tush 24 for a story featuring Ford’s Rose Cordero photographed by the aforementioned German great. Forgettable it is not. Nay, the Wiebke Bredehorst-styled story titled “Adore Me” is simply incandescent with the look that indelibly imprinted Josephine Baker on the collective consciousness. Rose, it must be said, is an absolute 10 and this story is her vehicle to shine through and through. From the off, Rose blazes sporting hair styled by Christophe Hasenbein, makeup by Loni Baur, and wearing earrings by Erickson Beamon and a large ring by Schmuckrausch. The rest is jazz. Truly.
Credits include: Publication, Tush 24 Ausgabe 02 / 2011; Title, “Adore Me”; Photography, Ellen von Unwerth at D+V Management; Fashion editing (female), Wiebke Bredehorst at Ballsaal; Hair, Christophe Hasenbein at Pancho Saula; Makeup, Loni Baur at Ballsaal using Produkten von Chanel; Grooming, Patrick Gorra at Ballsaal; Makeup assistance, Denise Grundmann; Styling (male), Ingo Nahwold at Bigoudi; Retouching, Patrick Cariou; Photgraphy assistance, Philipp Boegle, Yvan Gherman, Joris Rossi, Jèrome Vivet; Styling assistance, Joanna Fryzewski, Nina Nestler, Uli Nemmler; Special thanks, Bar Jeder Vernunft; Image sources, Models.com, Dominican Fashion Models.