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Anja Rubik and Sasha Knezevic (not actual wedding photo)

Love is in the air!

This past weekend Polish bombshell/supermodel Anja Rubik married her model fiancé Sasha Knezevic.

Anja Rubik and Sasha Knezevic in Majorca PHOTO: Modelinia Blog

From the looks of it, it was a model wedding (too easy 🙂 ). The couple tied the knot on the Spanish island of Majorca.

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Sasha (a former professional basketball player for club Varese in Italy, was born in Serbia but raised in Vienna) and Anja (recently named the most in-demand model) fashion god Karl Lagerfeld’s go-to-girl, got engaged after seeing the opera Dance of the Vampires directed by Roman Polanski (I am guessing that they are big fans of True Blood).  

An emerging fashion power couple of sorts, the two are the creative brains behind the Austrian fashion and lifestyle mag 25 Magazine

Check out the two love birds in action on Polish morning show Dzien Dobry TVN ( Good Morning TVN. )

And here’s Sasha at a Quebec based fashion shoot for Canadian fashion house RW&CO. ft

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We’re excited to welcome Izabela Stabinska to the YouNxt Blog mix.

Here is her first post. Enjoy…

Polish models Anja Rubik and Magdalena Frackowiak in an ad campaign for Oscar de la Renta

Dear YouNxt Blog Readers,

Looks like you and I have a lot in common! We like to follow this blog to read about fascinating events, interesting people and places that are close to our hearts. That’s why I was very excited when I was offered the opportunity to be a part of the YouNxt blog and asked to drop few lines about fashion, art and design from time to time.

My name is Iza and I am a fashion designer.

I love beauty and creativity and I have a great appreciation for inspiring people who make our world a marvelous place to live.

Creating is not easy. We, designers, struggle a lot while trying to invent, re-invent, and re-work the details for the hundredth time in order to make the garment perfect.

However, if you’ve ever attended a fashion show or watched Top Model you also know that modeling is not as easy as it looks. I first realized this when I was assisting on a photo session on the rooftops of Paris.

It was a cold April evening and the entire crew was wearing sweaters, coats and scarves but still shaking in the blustering chilly wind. And as much as I appreciated the work of the photographer and the talent of the designer, the true hero of that night, was the model who, with her arms spread, was balancing herself on the rooftop while wearing only a thin chiffon dress.

Assisting with a photo session of Olena Dats Fall/Winter 2010 collection on the rooftops of Paris

Why am I writing this? Because I want you to understand that being a model often requires sacrifice (take Naomi’s bunions for example!) and not everybody can do it. I really admire their work and will be sharing it with you in future posts.

As you know, there are many Polish models turning heads on catwalks all over the world:

Anja Rubik, Kasia Struss, Ania Jagodzińska, Monika Jagaciak, Marcelina Sowa, Kamila Szczawińska, Marlena Szoka, Małgosia Bela, Kasia Wrobel, Ramona Chmura and Emilia Nawarecka.

Anja Rubik

Monika Jagaciak

Magdalena Frackowiak

In my next post I’ll tell you all about Magdalena Frąckowiak. But I’m curious,  who is your favourite model?

Additionally, if there are models, designers, brands or fashion-related topics that you would like to hear more about, please let me know and I’ll scour the cyberspace to find it for you!

Till next time!

Ciao,

Iza

Izabela Stabinska

Izabela is Toronto based fashion designer who studied fashion in California. After receiving the Best Graduation Collection award, she traveled all over Europe where she collaborated on art projects, fashion shows and photo shoots. In Toronto, she is freelancing in fashion design and production. Currently, she is working with a local enterpreneur on a specialized sportswear line and is developing her first Canadian collection.

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