Carey Mulligan for Vogue US October 2010 by Peter Lindbergh

Fall’s haute couture goes to the old west within the latest issue of Vogue US. Lensed by Peter Lindbergh and styled by Grace Coddington, actress Carey Mulligan dons the designs of Dior, Valentino and Chanel Haute Couture in The Talented Miss Mulligan.











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50 Responses to “Carey Mulligan for Vogue US October 2010 by Peter Lindbergh”

    • Joseazevedo Reply

      I like his work for he knows what he’s doing. And it’s not always the same. The fact it has unique characteristics doesn’t mean it’s a copycat of itself. You find the same characteristics on Bruce Weber, Patrick Demarchelier, Terry Richardson, David LaChapelle. You may call it sameness while others prefer to call it style, personality. The result is always pleasant, contrary to others who are still finding what they do best, appart their age. But maybe we’re all senil.

    • Joseazevedo Reply

      I like his work for he knows what he’s doing. And it’s not always the same. The fact it has unique characteristics doesn’t mean it’s a copycat of itself. You find the same characteristics on Bruce Weber, Patrick Demarchelier, Terry Richardson, David LaChapelle. You may call it sameness while others prefer to call it style, personality. The result is always pleasant, contrary to others who are still finding what they do best, appart their age. But maybe we’re all senil.

    • Joseazevedo Reply

      I like his work for he knows what he’s doing. And it’s not always the same. The fact it has unique characteristics doesn’t mean it’s a copycat of itself. You find the same characteristics on Bruce Weber, Patrick Demarchelier, Terry Richardson, David LaChapelle. You may call it sameness while others prefer to call it style, personality. The result is always pleasant, contrary to others who are still finding what they do best, appart their age. But maybe we’re all senil.

  1. Carey is one of the only actresses I actually like seeing in fashion magazines! Also, those Dior pieces are stunning wow

  2. Carey is one of the only actresses I actually like seeing in fashion magazines! Also, those Dior pieces are stunning wow

    • true. who is she? definitely do not put her on a cover of Vogue. Not a strong charisma (in photo anyway) and not yet sexy. Maybe in a few years…

    • true. who is she? definitely do not put her on a cover of Vogue. Not a strong charisma (in photo anyway) and not yet sexy. Maybe in a few years…

    • true. who is she? definitely do not put her on a cover of Vogue. Not a strong charisma (in photo anyway) and not yet sexy. Maybe in a few years…

    • She is not a good fit for a Lindbergh editorial. She would be better in a Mario Testino editorial.

    • She is not a good fit for a Lindbergh editorial. She would be better in a Mario Testino editorial.

  3. Seraphitaflys Reply

    Beautiful clothing and I love the way that she is a sort of hesitant participant in this, her shyness is gorgeous and actually quite refreshing

  4. Lovely girl, very cute,, not bad and thats pretty much it! the only thing is, it isn’t good enough to be the cover of the biggest fashion magazine in the US.

  5. The reason this is good is because Carey is quirky & indie looking. It just works.

  6. mmm I don’t think she photographs well and I don’t think she has the panache to carry couture, she just looks awkward

  7. mmm I don’t think she photographs well and I don’t think she has the panache to carry couture, she just looks awkward

  8. mmm I don’t think she photographs well and I don’t think she has the panache to carry couture, she just looks awkward

  9. Jaguar_running Reply

    I think a lot of these shots look like out-takes, shots taken in between the photos which actually make it to print. She looks unsure or not ready for her photo to be taken yet.

  10. Cielo_81309 Reply

    Rihanna just wore that purple and turquoise number to the 2011 Brit Awards

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