The Surreal Life – Carven once again enlists photographer Viviane Sassen for its fall 2012 advertisements starring Canadian beauty Anais Pouliot. Sassen captures unusual angles as Anais wears creative director Guillaume Henry’s colorful autumn designs.
White Spring – Anais Pouliot shows off her sweet side for the May issue of Numéro China. Wearing a wardrobe of ivory looks selected by fashion editor Tim Lim, Anais makes an elegant vision in spring pieces from labels such as Haider Ackermann, Blumarine, Marc Jacobs and Chanel in Txema Yesta’s vibrant studio images. Full eyelashes by makeup artist Victor Alvarez and a messy coif by hair stylist Romina Manenti bring a seductive undertone to the story. / Assistant stylists – Niklas Bildstein, Vanessa Munier
Push It – Anais Pouliot kicks it old school in nineties style looks for the music issue of Australian glossy, Oyster Magazine. Photographed by Benny Horne, Anais wears retro style headphones matched with denim looks selected by creative director and stylist Stevie Dance. Colorful designs from the likes of Proenza Schouler, Stella McCartney and Balenciaga complete the brunette’s cool ensembles. / Hair by Shin Arima, Makeup by Chiho Omae
Colorful Daze – Anais Pouliot shows off her commercial side for the spring 2012 campaign from shoe label Aldo. In front of Terry Richardson’s lens, Anais sports a large variety of shoes matched with colorful ensembles styled by Sabina Schreder. With creative direction by MP Creative, the brunette beauty poses alongside larger than life props in the vibrant images.
See Anais in motion for Aldo’s short film here
Strawberry Kiss – Anais Pouliot looks ready for the upcoming summer in a short film for Aldo’s latest campaign. In the film, Anais takes a bite out of a sugary red treat in the shoe label’s sexy heels.
Dior’s Classic Fall – Bill Gaytten looked towards the archives for inspiration with his second mainline collection for Dior’s fall 2012 presentation. With still no official word on a permanent creative director, the new season showcased demure forties and fifties inspired silhouettes in a muted color palette of taupe, black and burgundy. Despite the lack of Galliano opulence, Gaytten offered a lovely refinement for the autumn season with ballerina inspired shapes. Cinched jackets, pleated skirts and jewelry style embellishments dominate the Dior woman’s wardrobe for autumn.
Making Music – Anais Pouliot teams up with Ellen von Unwerth for the March issue of Vogue Russia. Having Leebo Freeman as her musician boyfriend, Anais takes on bohemian inspired looks styled by fashion director Ekaterina Mukhina. The brunette oozes casual cool in mid-drift baring tops and eclectic prints.
Cavalli’s Sumptuous Fall – Roberto Cavalli presented a sumptuous fall 2012 collection made of pure glamour for the final day of Milan Fashion Week. Cavalli’s vision of autumn included short dresses in jewel toned colors of emerald-green, plum, fuchsia, electric blue and burgundy. Animal prints, fur and leather gloves dominated the runway as models sported long bohemian locks matched with smokey eyes. As the show continued, Cavalli introduced maxi dresses layered underneath long overcoats. Saving the best for last, supermodel Naomi Campbell closed the show in a stunning beaded gown with a plunging neckline.
DSquared2′s Teenage Dream – Well known for collections with quirky themes, the fall 2012 showing from DSquared2 designers Dan and Dean Caten went back in time for their own take on 1960′s high school fashions. Opening with modified versions of the pencil skirt, knitted cardigan and cigarette pants, models walked the runway with cigarettes in gloved hands and teased tresses. A color palette of powder pink, forest green, canary yellow and light blue transformed into black as the Catens took on evening wear or “prom fashions”. Black, slinky gowns adorned with jewelry and sparkling sequins closed the show for a more sumptuous take on the upcoming autumn.
Blumarine’s Playful Fall – For fall 2012, Blumarine showcased a collection of over the top glamour with colorful fur coats, wild animal prints and techno silver fabrics. Opening the show with sexy ski bunny coats, designer Anna Molinari made sure the autumn season was a playful one by featuring oversize bags that looked like poms poms more than actual accessories. As the show progressed, some sparkle was added in the form of sequin embellished tops, pants and chunky jewelry. Always unapologetic with the amount of excess and glamour, Blumarine brought a sense of carefree style to the upcoming season.