Abbey Lee for Saint Laurent–Abbey Lee Kershaw has been pretty quiet on the modeling front since her last appearance for the Gucci fall 2013 advertisements, but the Australian beauty is back for spring 2014 with these new eyewear ads for Saint Laurent. The blonde model posed for creative director Hedi Slimane in a pair of black and white portraits (above) where she dons the new optical styles. FYI, this is Abbey Lee’s very first campaign for the brand.
At Home With Abbey Lee – Part of its online relaunch, i-D magazine presents another installment of its weekly series “More Than A Model”. Model Abbey Lee Kershaw is featured in a video interview where she shows off her piano talent until Riley Keough (granddaughter of Elvis Presley) steals the spotlight. Directed by Graydon Shepperd, the film shows everything is not what it seems.
The Kershaw Comeback – Australian model Abbey Lee Kershaw took a break from modeling to act in the upcoming “Mad Max: Fury Road” film. We have seen her in a few things this past year, but what better way to make her official return than star in the fall 2013 campaign from Gucci? The alluring beauty trades in her previously blonde locks for black tresses in the studio images shot by Mert & Marcus which also feature male model Adrien Sahores. The dark look reminds us of Rooney Mara in “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” complete with leather, autumn shades and a slick coif.
Mad About the Girl – Model-turned-actress Abbey Lee Kershaw, who can be seen in the upcoming Mad Max film, gets dolled up in a desert setting for Harper’s Bazaar Australia’s January 2013 issue. Photographed by Simon Upton (United Management), Abbey looks fun and fashionable in apparel and accessories chosen by stylist Ulrica Knutsdotter
Modern Family – Captured by Daniel Jackson, Australian beauty Abbey Lee Kershaw stars alongside her brother Tim for a shoot featured in the July issue of Vogue China. Stylist Alastair McKimm selects a modern wardrobe of cool designs from the likes of Alexander Wang, BLK DNM, Guess and Diesel Black Gold for the brother and sister pair. / Hair by Esther Langham, Makeup by Hannah Murray, Nails by Rica Romain
Girl on Film – Abbey Lee Kershaw is a homegrown beauty as she graces the August cover of Vogue Australia. Photographed by Nicole Bentley (Work Agency) with styling by Naomi Smith, Abbey models the fall collections from labels such as Gucci, Prada and Louis Vuitton with a pink tinted hairdo. On beauty are hair stylist Michelle McQuillan and makeup artist Justine Purdue. / Art direction by Paul Meany
Gucci Grace – After a preview in January, here is a look at more campaign images from Gucci’s recent Flora fragrance campaign. Abbey Lee Kershaw stars as the face of the Garden Collection which features five colorful fragrances named Gorgeous Gardenia, Gracious Tuberose, Glamorous Magnolia, Generous Violet and Glorious Mandarin. The Aussie beauty wears lightweight chiffon gowns in various hues like dresses from buffalo jeans in the garden of delights. Abbey Lee was photographed by Sølve Sundsbø for the new collection which is in stores now.
Beauty with Edge – CK One’s new cosmetics line gets a youthful takeover with its spring advertisements starring an all-star cast featuring Lara Stone, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Ruby Aldridge, Herieth Paul, Eliza Cummings, Fei Fei Sun and Ehren Dorsey. With creative direction by Fabien Baron, David Sims captures the models in a range of colorful styles with a rock and roll edge.
Groupie Love – Abbey Lee Kershaw and Edita Vilkeviciute join actor Tom Cruise on the June cover of W Magazine. The trio is styled in rock and roll looks complete with tattoos and leather for Cruise’s promotion of the upcoming “Rock of Ages” film.
Pop – Abbey Lee Kershaw reunites with Greg Kadel for a fashion story with a pop art twist for the May issue of Numéro. With illustrations by Mel Kadel, Abbey Lee sports the patterned pieces of Salvatore Ferragamo, Stella McCartney, Giorgio Armani, Isabel Marant and others selected by fashion editor Samuel François in the black and white images. Windswept hair by Franco Gobbi and flawless makeup by Kabuki serve as beauty for the shoot. / Production by Ernesto Qualizza, Retouching by Hans Purwa @ Revolver