2011, Editorial, Flair, Jean-François Campos, Lydia Hearst Sep 20, 2011 Lydia Hearst by Jean-François Campos for Flair October 2011 Pages: 1 2 2011Avena GallagherEditorialFlairjean-francois camposLydia Hearst Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Related Posts: Denisa Dvorakova by Jean-François Campos for Flair April 2011 Myf Shepherd by Jean-François Campos for Flair November 2011 Cato Van Ee by Nagi Sakai for Flair November 2011 Eden Clark by Nagi Sakai for Flair November 2011 Previous articleValerija Kelava by Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello for Numéro China Next articleKori Richardson by Amy Troost for Warehouse Fall 2011 Campaign You may also like February 11, 2012 Patrycja Gardygajlo by Nagi Sakai for Glamour Germany January 4, 2012 Charlotte Burgon by Rodrigo Carmuega for Fashion Gone Rogue Anonymous Great first shot. Annastepanova finally a story moolah especially lovin’ the black and white photos.. lydia has a very beautiful profile! Anonymous I don’t really get it. At first I thought with those Versace prints, I could totally see where it was going. Then it lost me. Although the last pic on the first page (on the horse with the cowboy) is pretty sexy, I must say. Ahjui1 the styling and selection of accessories is a tad disconcerted! Rolex I liked the first pic thought this was going to be interesting and then……….it wasn’t. Manuel I agree finally a story !!!! The pictures are just gorgeous. This is too sad to see such a beautiful story spoiled by the stylist.. Anonymous Very capturing! XoXo Plami http://www.fashionthrill.com/ KW I’m disappointed by this photo shoot. High fashion shoots are often fantasy meets reality, and yes, I can see some of that here. The storyline is great, but the actual shots mixed with the reality of the scenery is so obscure that it loses me. I love high fashion, the impracticality of mega high heels in the most random of places and anything-but ready-to-wear designs in settings like parking lots and city bridges. Beautiful! But really? Gold sequins and face masks outside a roping pen? That model looks photoshopped into a couple of those shots. Love some of the outfits, but there is seriously something wrong with the styling, hair, makeup, dress choices in this shoot and I’m not buying it.