Raquel Zimmermann for Vogue US August 2010 by Inez & Vinoodh

Today has been the day of the Zimmermann–Raquel Zimmermann that is. From appearances in Gucci campaigns, and now Vogue US August, Raquel continues to be one of our favorite Brazilian stunners. Lensed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Raquel wanders the streets of New York with an equine companion in tow. Wearing pieces from Chloe, Yves Saint Laurent and Marc Jacobs, Raquel shines in the elegant stylings of Marie-Amelie Sauvé with The Cape Crusader.






65 Responses to “Raquel Zimmermann for Vogue US August 2010 by Inez & Vinoodh”

  1. veronica Reply

    I'm sorry, but I think the horse looks better than her :)
    nice styling though

  2. veronica Reply

    I'm sorry, but I think the horse looks better than her :)
    nice styling though

  3. veronica Reply

    I'm sorry, but I think the horse looks better than her :)
    nice styling though

  4. styling is very one-note. I understand consistency but the silhouette is one note. as if all of the pieces can be completely interchanged without making any difference. And I love the second shot with everyone in the background staring and that one woman taking pictures.
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  5. styling is very one-note. I understand consistency but the silhouette is one note. as if all of the pieces can be completely interchanged without making any difference. And I love the second shot with everyone in the background staring and that one woman taking pictures.
    http://collaborationetc.wordpress.com/

  6. styling is very one-note. I understand consistency but the silhouette is one note. as if all of the pieces can be completely interchanged without making any difference. And I love the second shot with everyone in the background staring and that one woman taking pictures.
    http://collaborationetc.wordpress.com/

  7. Sorry to be one of ‘those’ people, but I’m not loving all the fur in this… if Chanel can go faux, surely the other houses can follow their lead ..

  8. Sorry to be one of ‘those’ people, but I’m not loving all the fur in this… if Chanel can go faux, surely the other houses can follow their lead ..

  9. Sorry to be one of ‘those’ people, but I’m not loving all the fur in this… if Chanel can go faux, surely the other houses can follow their lead ..

  10. why can't she be on the horse or something? and the woman taking a picture in the second photo kind of ruins it.

  11. why can't she be on the horse or something? and the woman taking a picture in the second photo kind of ruins it.

  12. why can't she be on the horse or something? and the woman taking a picture in the second photo kind of ruins it.

  13. This is boring because, once again, we find a subject in an editorial that may actually be a human being whose living and breathing somewhere. It throws the viewer off because we've come to appreciate the fact that most of the work being shot these days employs mannequins. Very lifelike mannequins. But mannequins nonetheless. There's also life happening behind her and around her, which is distracting. It would be much better to shoot this against a white backdrop, where she can pose freely and make faces that one would decipher as early onset of insanity and suggest a shrink to boot. Too many no-nos: Model looking human; model interacting with another living thing; model surrounded by other living beings (passerby).

  14. This is boring because, once again, we find a subject in an editorial that may actually be a human being whose living and breathing somewhere. It throws the viewer off because we've come to appreciate the fact that most of the work being shot these days employs mannequins. Very lifelike mannequins. But mannequins nonetheless. There's also life happening behind her and around her, which is distracting. It would be much better to shoot this against a white backdrop, where she can pose freely and make faces that one would decipher as early onset of insanity and suggest a shrink to boot. Too many no-nos: Model looking human; model interacting with another living thing; model surrounded by other living beings (passerby).

  15. This is boring because, once again, we find a subject in an editorial that may actually be a human being whose living and breathing somewhere. It throws the viewer off because we've come to appreciate the fact that most of the work being shot these days employs mannequins. Very lifelike mannequins. But mannequins nonetheless. There's also life happening behind her and around her, which is distracting. It would be much better to shoot this against a white backdrop, where she can pose freely and make faces that one would decipher as early onset of insanity and suggest a shrink to boot. Too many no-nos: Model looking human; model interacting with another living thing; model surrounded by other living beings (passerby).

  16. I love the Chloé look too but I'm extremely bored of the Raquel in Chloé look and editorials of this persuasion..it's all starting to blur together to be honest.

  17. I love the Chloé look too but I'm extremely bored of the Raquel in Chloé look and editorials of this persuasion..it's all starting to blur together to be honest.

  18. I love the Chloé look too but I'm extremely bored of the Raquel in Chloé look and editorials of this persuasion..it's all starting to blur together to be honest.

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