Irina Lazareanu by David Bellemére for Marie Claire May 2010

Irina Lazareanu puts on her dancing shoes for her most recent work found in this month’s Marie Claire Italia. Set in a dance studio, David Bellemère’s Passo Latino takes on some of the seasons hottest looks including designs from Viktor & Rolf, Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino and more. Styled by Elisabetta Massari, Irina plays one emotive beauty for the romantic story.














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58 Responses to “Irina Lazareanu by David Bellemére for Marie Claire May 2010”

  1. Indeed. Seems so effortless and natural. David Bellemere really understands how to compose editorials with a perfection. His way of seeing locations, females & fashion is magnificent!

  2. Indeed. Seems so effortless and natural. David Bellemere really understands how to compose editorials with a perfection. His way of seeing locations, females & fashion is magnificent!

  3. Indeed. Seems so effortless and natural. David Bellemere really understands how to compose editorials with a perfection. His way of seeing locations, females & fashion is magnificent!

  4. Really great edit from Irina! You can really tell she has a background in dance. She looks very graceful.

  5. Really great edit from Irina! You can really tell she has a background in dance. She looks very graceful.

  6. Really great edit from Irina! You can really tell she has a background in dance. She looks very graceful.

  7. caroline Reply

    love it. but that hair reminds me too much of Karen O.

  8. caroline Reply

    love it. but that hair reminds me too much of Karen O.

  9. caroline Reply

    love it. but that hair reminds me too much of Karen O.

  10. It's hard not to be very picky when your a dancer you self…. and so purely based on the poses themselves I don't like this all that much. Some of them are ok though, the ones when she isn't actually "dancing".

    • For your information Irina Lazareanu studied ballet at the Royal Academy of The Arts in England at the age of 13 onwards. :)

    • For your information Irina Lazareanu studied ballet at the Royal Academy of The Arts in England at the age of 13 onwards. :)

  11. It's hard not to be very picky when your a dancer you self…. and so purely based on the poses themselves I don't like this all that much. Some of them are ok though, the ones when she isn't actually "dancing".

  12. It's hard not to be very picky when your a dancer you self…. and so purely based on the poses themselves I don't like this all that much. Some of them are ok though, the ones when she isn't actually "dancing".

    • For your information Irina Lazareanu studied ballet at the Royal Academy of The Arts in England at the age of 13 onwards. :)

  13. Would you mind elaborating please? Being that you're a professional, and I'm not, I'd very much appreciate if you'd share your insight please!

    • I'm a dancer myself too, though I think she did pretty well in. Most of the time in editorials with dancing it looks very forced and also just technically incorrect. In this Irina is actually moving with freedom and emotion, I like it. It's certainly not ballet but I don't think it's supposed to be, this has a beautiful contemporary feel to it.

    • I'm a dancer myself too, though I think she did pretty well in. Most of the time in editorials with dancing it looks very forced and also just technically incorrect. In this Irina is actually moving with freedom and emotion, I like it. It's certainly not ballet but I don't think it's supposed to be, this has a beautiful contemporary feel to it.

    • I'm a dancer myself too, though I think she did pretty well in. Most of the time in editorials with dancing it looks very forced and also just technically incorrect. In this Irina is actually moving with freedom and emotion, I like it. It's certainly not ballet but I don't think it's supposed to be, this has a beautiful contemporary feel to it.

    • I'm a dancer myself too, though I think she did pretty well in. Most of the time in editorials with dancing it looks very forced and also just technically incorrect. In this Irina is actually moving with freedom and emotion, I like it. It's certainly not ballet but I don't think it's supposed to be, this has a beautiful contemporary feel to it.

  14. Would you mind elaborating please? Being that you're a professional, and I'm not, I'd very much appreciate if you'd share your insight please!

    • I'm a dancer myself too, though I think she did pretty well in. Most of the time in editorials with dancing it looks very forced and also just technically incorrect. In this Irina is actually moving with freedom and emotion, I like it. It's certainly not ballet but I don't think it's supposed to be, this has a beautiful contemporary feel to it.

    • I'm a dancer myself too, though I think she did pretty well in. Most of the time in editorials with dancing it looks very forced and also just technically incorrect. In this Irina is actually moving with freedom and emotion, I like it. It's certainly not ballet but I don't think it's supposed to be, this has a beautiful contemporary feel to it.

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