Jacquelyn Jablonski by Victor Demarchelier for Harper’s Bazaar US November 2010

Jacquelyn Jablonski steps into a wardrobe of tailored suits for the fall in November’s Harper’s Bazaar US. Captured by Victor Demarchelier and styled by Alastair McKimm, Jacquelyn sports an array of business ready apparel from Celine, Michael Kors, Stella McCartney and more in The New Suits.








24 Responses to “Jacquelyn Jablonski by Victor Demarchelier for Harper’s Bazaar US November 2010”

  1. The photo of her in the pink Balenciaga suit is perfection. The rest I’m not that interested in.

  2. ok i try not to comment but seriously this is amateur photography… come on, there are more qualified photographers to shoot this, great stylist and model, hair and makeup to… but is victor ready to do this kind of thing….. i guess he is because he has but in my opinion it looks like ordinary .com macys type stuff with good styling.

  3. I love those pastel suits. And I agree, the photo in pink balenciaga rocks. Patrick isn’t as good as his father but I still love this photoshot.

  4. I love those pastel suits. And I agree, the photo in pink balenciaga rocks. Victor isn’t as good as his father but I still love this photoshot.

  5. Vegan Weiner Reply

    could it be he’s the the son of Patrick? too bad Jaquelyn is such a gorgeous girl, but the pictures are bad.

  6. This girl is so beautiful, its unreal. She even makes quite boring editorial more interesting. I love that photo of her in pink suit. Hair and face are PERFECTION!

  7. This girl is so beautiful, its unreal. She even makes quite boring editorial more interesting. I love that photo of her in pink suit. Hair and face are PERFECTION!

  8. The lighting in the photos is really awful and does NOT flatter Jacquelyns beautiful features at all.

  9. Wow wow wow… Victor should stop doing like daddy. Daddy’s work is already boring but at least well done. Everything I’ve seen from Victor is just very bad… It s a shame a works with such great teams and good magazine. Fashion is more about politics than art, sad…

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