The Modern Girl – Max Farago captures Anais Pouliot in vibrant hues from the likes of Diane von Furstenberg, Moschino and Paul & Joe for the May edition of Vogue Japan. Styled by Satoshi Hirota in accessories and jewelry from Tiffany & Co. Anais is all glam in the luxe shoot. (Models 1)
Cheeky Couture – Anais Pouliot joins Cordelia K and Kristians Silis for a story of couture fun in a way only Ellen von Unwerth can deliver for the April issue of Vogue Russia. With Kristians playing the role of photographer and Anais and Cordelia as his subjects, Unwerth captures a cheeky narrative using garments from the likes of Armani Privé, Valentino and Givenchy Haute Couture styled by Katerina Mukhina.
Just in time for the beginning of Paris Fashion Week, the new French Revue de Modes hits newsstands exclusively at Colette tomorrow, and the fourteen covers by Thierry Le Gouès feature some of our favorite girls styled by Marcell Rocha and Alexandra Elbim. From Alessandra Ambrosio to Melodie Monrose, the covers vary from experience to mood–and only FGR has all fourteen covers on display. So take a look, and tell us which one is your favorite!
The March issue of Playing Fashion marks the launch of its first full bilingual issue. Celebrating this first, Playing Fashion releases four cover featuring Anais Pouliot, Denisa Dvorakova, Giedre Dukauskaite and Olga Sherer lensed by Emma Tempest and featuring the spring collections. The magazine will be distributed from retailers in five new international locations including Berlin, London, New York, Paris and Saint Petersburg.
Following the release of their spring lineup, Opening Ceremony looks to Terry Richardson once more, this time around to photograph the retailer’s latest collaboration with Levi’s. Styled by Mel Ottenberg, Anais Pouliot and PJ keep things nonchalant in a wardrobe of denim blues with a contemporary fit. (x-posted to The Fashionisto)
Ringing in the new year with bold beauty, the February issue of Vogue Nippon enlists Daniel Jackson to shoot a story of red lips, nude eyes and natural hues. Featuring Anna Christine Speckhart, Jana Knauerova, Gwen Loos and Anais Pouliot styled by Alastair McKimm, the unique beauties wear the beauty creations of makeup artist Linda Cantello and hair stylist Esther Langham in It Makes a Difference.
Introducing Anaïs Pouliot of Trump Model Management. This Canadian beauty had a more than eventful spring season after walking for the likes of Missoni, Nina Ricci and D&G. We look forward to seeing more of her in the near future, and for now, leave you with this short film set to the tunes of Coin Opera.