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Lindsey Wixson Smolders for Jan Welters in Antidote S/S 2012

La Nuit Américaine – For the latest issue of Antidote, photographer Jan Welters captures Lindsey Wixson in smoldering looks that evoke silent film era sexiness. With a raven colored coif by Seb Bascle, and a smokey eye look by Steven Canavan, Lindsey’s porcelain doll features are made dangerous. Creative and fashion director Yann Weber’s slinky ensembles give Lindsey just the right feminine edge. / Casting Director – Sibylle De Saint Phalle











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5 Comments

  1. Lucycanaan

    June 11, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    I just don’t see the appeal of Lindsey. I don’t find her face interesting, it’s just ugly.

  2. Farah Rose

    June 11, 2012 at 4:13 pm

    I disagree… I think she is very beautiful. A one of a kind doll. Her face reminds me of girls in classic paintings.

  3. Halsman

    June 11, 2012 at 4:51 pm

    Largely agree with Farah – beautiful but too childlike to be sexy – at least Lindsey is distinctive even if you don’t find it “interesting” – sometimes these days though it’s easy to forget it’s meant to be about the clothes, and it’s hard to tell anything about the clothes from these images.

    • Dalton Louis

      June 12, 2012 at 2:28 pm

      When a consumer is flipping through magazine after magazine, it’s the model’s face and the image that has to stop them flipping, take a good look and actually buy the magazine.  Besides this is an Editorial, not a Look book or advert, I don’t think it has to be about the clothes — there are a many other pages in a publication where it can be just about the clothes :)

      I think Lindsey’s amazing.  And like you said, she distinctive.  She gets people to stop and look at her.  That’s why she’s in demand.

  4. JJovana3

    June 12, 2012 at 4:21 pm

    Beauty of Lindsey Wixson lies in her uniqueness. She has this alienesque Lolita thing going on in her face with heart-shaped mouth and round eyes. She can be cute enough for commercial fashion & edgy for high fashion.

    I like her because she adds something different to the sea of the usual Soviet barbies.

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