Laetitia Casta as Mae West for Harper’s Bazaar US August 2010

Lensed by Jean-Paul Goude, Laetitia Casta portrays the legendary Mae West for the August edition of Harper’s Bazaar US where glamour and camp is everything. Styled by Alex Aikiu in couture from Armani, Dior and others, Laetitia’s portrayal is nothing short of stunning in I’m No Angel.




38 Responses to “Laetitia Casta as Mae West for Harper’s Bazaar US August 2010”

  1. I dont remember seeing that blue and white Haute Couture gown (with the whip), anyone know the season/collection?

  2. I dont remember seeing that blue and white Haute Couture gown (with the whip), anyone know the season/collection?

  3. girl next door Reply

    YES YES;this is what fashion is all about…my god what an amazing couture pieces..love it and Laetitia too :)

  4. girl next door Reply

    YES YES;this is what fashion is all about…my god what an amazing couture pieces..love it and Laetitia too :)

  5. Interesting, more like a toned down Lachapelle shoot.

    Would have been great to have more focus on Laetitia. I was on a shoot with her a few years back and she was just simply gorgeous and natural. Sort of like the really amazing girl that you always had a crush on and was the nicest girl you knew.

    She simply blew me away, one of my all time favorite models from even before I was in the industry.

  6. Interesting, more like a toned down Lachapelle shoot.

    Would have been great to have more focus on Laetitia. I was on a shoot with her a few years back and she was just simply gorgeous and natural. Sort of like the really amazing girl that you always had a crush on and was the nicest girl you knew.

    She simply blew me away, one of my all time favorite models from even before I was in the industry.

  7. I forgot to write that its Dior, but I didnt see it in the current spring or fall collections, and it looks exactly like the dress Ai Tominaga wore in the fall 2004 Austro-Hungarian princesses Couture collection. wondered why they would use an old collection (although, its one of the most beautiful John Galiano has made :))

  8. yes it is that dress, and what a beauty it is!
    It is odd to see such an 'old' dress being used, but it fits in seamlessly.

  9. yes it is that dress, and what a beauty it is!
    It is odd to see such an 'old' dress being used, but it fits in seamlessly.

  10. I don't like them all, but I absolute LOVE the 3th picture. The dress is amazing and the composition is wonderfull done.

  11. I don't like them all, but I absolute LOVE the 3th picture. The dress is amazing and the composition is wonderfull done.

  12. I don't like them all, but I absolute LOVE the 3th picture. The dress is amazing and the composition is wonderfull done.

  13. Denis-shumeiko Reply

    Ma-Ma!-Mia!!!, O La!-La!!! Laetitia Casta!!!&????-Tres Surprizzz!!!
    Laetitia,Salut!
    Vous Super!!!-Love you!!!
    Votre admirateur Russe-Votre Denis Shumeiko!!!
    3/10/2010.

  14. Denis-shumeiko Reply

    Ma-Ma!-Mia!!!, O La!-La!!! Laetitia Casta!!!&????-Tres Surprizzz!!!
    Laetitia,Salut!
    Vous Super!!!-Love you!!!
    Votre admirateur Russe-Votre Denis Shumeiko!!!
    3/10/2010.

  15. R.Mark Desjardins Reply

    Mae West was the original Hollywood truly “liberated woman” who wrote and starred in her own films.  Unfortunately she had the misfortune to have lived a long life, avoiding the die young and leave a beautiful corpse that has elevated other blonde bombshells into immortality.  Hopefully Mae West’s spirit will be brought back to  life  by being reinterpreted in an updated manner to appeal to today’s audience.  R. Mark Desjardins

  16. R.Mark Desjardins Reply

    Mae West was the original Hollywood truly “liberated woman” who wrote and starred in her own films.  Unfortunately she had the misfortune to have lived a long life, avoiding the die young and leave a beautiful corpse that has elevated other blonde bombshells into immortality.  Hopefully Mae West’s spirit will be brought back to  life  by being reinterpreted in an updated manner to appeal to today’s audience.  R. Mark Desjardins

  17. R.Mark Desjardins Reply

    Mae West was the original Hollywood truly “liberated woman” who wrote and starred in her own films.  Unfortunately she had the misfortune to have lived a long life, avoiding the die young and leave a beautiful corpse that has elevated other blonde bombshells into immortality.  Hopefully Mae West’s spirit will be brought back to  life  by being reinterpreted in an updated manner to appeal to today’s audience.  R. Mark Desjardins

  18. I forgot to write that its Dior, but I didnt see it in the current spring or fall collections, and it looks exactly like the dress Ai Tominaga wore in the fall 2004 Austro-Hungarian princesses Couture collection. wondered why they would use an old collection (although, its one of the most beautiful John Galiano has made :))

  19. yes it is that dress, and what a beauty it is!
    It is odd to see such an 'old' dress being used, but it fits in seamlessly.

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