One needn’t plummet down the rabbit hole of dream analysis, Freudian, Lacanian, or otherwise to appreciate the lucidity shown in the November 2014 issue of Vogue China in a story featuring Ola Rudnicka photographed by Boo George. Titled “French Dream,” this Beat Bollinger-styled story revels in all things Ola over its 18 pages. The darkest of shades predominate the editorial whether its the inky feathered offerings of Ann Demeulemeester (shown) or the mod-leanings of an ensemble from Emporio Armani. This dream might not be in Technicolor, but that is not to say it is without an element of waking fantasy courtesy of the ever dreamy Ola Rudnicka.

Credits include: Publication, Vogue China November 2014; Title, “French Dream”; Photography, Boo George; Styling, Beat Bollinger; Hair, Shay Ashual at Tim Howard Management; Makeup, Marla Belt at Streeters London; Manicure, Rieko Okusa at Susan Price NYC; Set design, Gille Mills at Lalaland Artists; Production, Brachfeld NY.

Ola Rudnicka | Vogue China November 2014 (Photography: Boo George)

Ola Rudnicka | Vogue China November 2014 (Photography: Boo George)