2010, Andrew Yee, Damian Foxe, Morning Beauty Sep 29, 2010 Morning Beauty | Jenny Sweeney by Andrew Yee Jenny Sweeney photographed by Andrew Yee and styled by Damian Foxe Originally published in How to Spend It (September 2010) as Ahead of the Curve 2010Andrew Yeedamian foxejenny sweeneyMorning Beauty Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Related Posts: Alek Wek by Andrew Yee for How To Spend It Magazine Nicola Haffmans by Andrew Yee | The FT–How To Spend It Magazine “Key Looks for Spring” Samantha Gradoville Dons 1950s Style for How to Spend It by Andrew Yee Ehren Dorsey is Pretty in Pastel for How to Spend It, Lensed by Andrew Yee Andrew Yee Captures Baroque Style for How to Spend It Magazine Josephine Skriver Shows Off Fall’s Key Trends in How to Spend It by Andrew Yee Previous articleLindsey Wixson for Barneys Fall 2010 Catalogue by Walter Pfeiffer Next articleVogue Turkey October 2010 Cover | Hilary Rhoda & Julia Stegner by Cuneyt Akeroglu Seraphitaflys Perfection! Matti Great photos :) I like the natural looking lighting and the old style feel! Kind of Mad Men style again :) Anonymous GORGEOUS (even tho im tired of Mad Men), clothes are displayed beautifly. pat awful make up http://twitter.com/edufracked Mel Couteau It really ruins the whole vibe for me. Anonymous she’s sticking her chin/neck way up and out in some… awkward. Briann stop sticking your chin up! gah, so annoying. Anonymous Yes, I really dont like the make up, and the model is not really that good….. ew….. http://twitter.com/laurelnquist Lovisa Lagerquist I like the second (pool stair) picture, but nothing else, and yes the make up is horrible! http://alafemme.blogspot.com Alafemmeblog It could be really amazing, but she falls a little flat for me!! http://alafemme.blogspot.com barbogarbo I’ve recently fallen in love with Mad Men, so I just adore the whole atmosphere of the shoot – but I must agree that the model is just blah. Same expression on every single shot. Dalton Louis Agreed. But that poor model is saddle with that aweful, distracting make-up. There’s nothing expressive she could have done but stick her chin up!