Edita Vilkeviciute by Camilla Akrans for Numéro #117

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Edita Vilkeviciute evokes her inner seventies goddess for the October edition of Numéro. Working with photographer Camilla Akrans for two issues in a row, the photographer and model pairing create editorial gold with Champs de Mars. Styled by Franck Benhamou (2b Management), the Parisian story showcases the best in luxe furs, sequins and separates.

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  • Nádia

    I can’t bu to love Camilla’s photography… But it’s strange to see Edita blonde… :S

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  • Nádia

    I can’t bu to love Camilla’s photography… But it’s strange to see Edita blonde… :S

    http://myfashioninsider.blogspot.com/

  • Veronika_bcn10

    I’m so happy to see skin that looks like skin and not plastic, great!

    • Ferdinand

      Hallelujah Veronika! Me too. Like X1000

    • Ferdinand

      Hallelujah Veronika! Me too. Like X1000

    • sarinni

      same here

      • mariamula

        loving the lines under her eyes..so refreshing to see. simply beautiful

  • http://ragstoreverie.blogspot.com PolytheneLucy

    Camilla’s work is always quite dreamy with those purplish tones :)

  • Claire

    I think the best one out of the bunch is the first. The shade of blonde on her is a little harsh but she looks lovely.

  • Claire

    I think the best one out of the bunch is the first. The shade of blonde on her is a little harsh but she looks lovely.

  • Claire

    I think the best one out of the bunch is the first. The shade of blonde on her is a little harsh but she looks lovely.

  • Claire

    I think the best one out of the bunch is the first. The shade of blonde on her is a little harsh but she looks lovely.

  • http://twitter.com/Diamond_Cat Olya Nikol Pishcheva

    Amazing. So sensual. Love it. ~

  • http://alafemme.blogspot.com Alafemmeblog

    Wow, amazing dresses!!

    http://alafemme.blogspot.com

  • AY

    did they forget retouching?

    • http://fashionography.net FASHIONOGRAPHY

      I’m wondering the same…

    • expert

      Its natural beauty at its best, why ruin it;)

      • Sepa333

        thank you!

    • Marisa

      I think it look’s much better without. Her wrinkles around the eyes and her skin look so..real and beautiful. They obviously thought the same. Bravo for no retouching. That is real photography.

      • http://fashionography.net FASHIONOGRAPHY

        Then why bother with makeup, hair and styling? Might as well have been just the model and photographer.

        • Anon

          styling, hair and makeup are part of fashion. airbrushing is not.

          • flo

            god! not sure how you manage to answer the stupid comment above keeping your self together. Is is like saying why make up catwalk models and give them stilettos if what matter is the clothes and designer? well done:)

          • flo

            god! not sure how you manage to answer the stupid comment above keeping your self together. Is is like saying why make up catwalk models and give them stilettos if what matter is the clothes and designer? well done:)

        • Ferdinand

          Do you even know what you’re talking about? So just because they decided not to turn the model into plastic, they should have just not bothered with hair, make-up and styling? Because styling a model and changing her hair is akin to turning her into plastic by removing all the skin from her face. Good argument.

          • Marie

            um…these images HAVE been retouched. don’t kid yourself! they just left it very natural looking. they’re beautiful!

          • http://fashionography.net FASHIONOGRAPHY

            You’re an idiot. If anything, my argument is that the makeup artist’s job goes more appreciated otherwise. Leaving the images such as the ones we see here can make their work look bad. That’s one person’s opinion. Don’t go off shitting your fucking pants.

          • http://fashionography.net FASHIONOGRAPHY

            You’re an idiot. If anything, my argument is that the makeup artist’s job goes more appreciated otherwise. Leaving the images such as the ones we see here can make their work look bad. That’s one person’s opinion. Don’t go off shitting your fucking pants.

        • Ferdinand

          Listen, sweetheart, if anyone is shitting their pants here it’s you. Get a grip. Your argument makes no sense. So for the sake of the make-up looking better you want to sacrifice the subject as a human being in favor of having her look like a plastic doll? Of course that’s always better, isn’t it? It’s great looking at airbrushed, altered faces where subjects start looking like caricatures of themselves.

          @Marie, I know these images have been retouched. I look at fifty portfolios a day. The face, however, is left un-retouched in at least a few of the photographs to the point where skin detail is present.

          • flo

            i could not have put it better:)

        • Ferdinand

          Listen, sweetheart, if anyone is shitting their pants here it’s you. Get a grip. Your argument makes no sense. So for the sake of the make-up looking better you want to sacrifice the subject as a human being in favor of having her look like a plastic doll? Of course that’s always better, isn’t it? It’s great looking at airbrushed, altered faces where subjects start looking like caricatures of themselves.

          @Marie, I know these images have been retouched. I look at fifty portfolios a day. The face, however, is left un-retouched in at least a few of the photographs to the point where skin detail is present.

      • http://fashionography.net FASHIONOGRAPHY

        Then why bother with makeup, hair and styling? Might as well have been just the model and photographer.

  • http://twitter.com/TheJemaniGroup The Jemani Group

    This shoot must be the day after for the model that threw the 70′s party in KL’s Chanel Remember Now film

  • http://www.youblushblog.com sara

    I love the hair, the bare unretouched skin, the iceblonde hair and the styling!!!? Wow, another great story from both of them!

  • flo

    A great new angle of the Eiffel tower, although I bet most of us won’t have noticed. Avoiding cliches and Edita with blonde platinum hair looks so fierce! amazing work.

  • flo

    A great new angle of the Eiffel tower, although I bet most of us won’t have noticed. Avoiding cliches and Edita with blonde platinum hair looks so fierce! amazing work.

  • flo

    A great new angle of the Eiffel tower, although I bet most of us won’t have noticed. Avoiding cliches and Edita with blonde platinum hair looks so fierce! amazing work.

  • sarinni

    so is edita now blonde? or is it a wig?

  • sarinni

    so is edita now blonde? or is it a wig?

  • sarinni

    so is edita now blonde? or is it a wig?

  • emcee

    beautiful

  • Momocheng85

    This may sound crazy…………. but are her boobies real?

  • Bo

    Very Pretty Person.

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