Paris Dreaming – Aymeline Valade teams up with Camilla Akrans for a darkly romantic story in Vogue China’s July issue. Styled to the nines by fashion editor Melanie Huynh, Aymeline sports sharply tailored jackets and separates from the likes of Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent and Burberry Prorsum on an outdoor stroll.
Wild West - Joined by male model Clément Chabernaud, Aymeline Valade and Kasia Struss front Kenzo’s fall 2011 campaign photographed by Mario Sorrenti. With a frontier theme, Kasia looks dapper in an elegant menswear while Aymeline channels Frida Kahlo in Kenzo’s lavish take on a Mexican rebozo shawl.
Bally Keeps It Simple – Bally’s pre-spring collection looks towards the simpler things in life with minimal silhouettes, color blocking and a strong focus on leather. With effortless style, the Bally woman dons suede, lace, knits and cotton dresses for a sportswear outing with timeless appeal. / Modeling by Aymeline Valade
The New Couture – Greg Kadel photographs five top new faces for the May issue of Vogue Germany. Donning spring’s most stunning couture gowns from Givenchy, Dior and Chanel Haute Couture among others–Aymeline Valade, Anais Pouliot, Merethe Hopland, Josephine Skriver and Julia Saner go from ultra glam to natural beauties in looks styled by Nicola Knels and Lynn Schmidt.
Aymeline Valade sat down for the first Alexander Wang Confessional before her opening of the fall 2011 runway show. Displaying her grace, poise and humor, Aymeline opens up about what inspired her to become a model, the burden of constantly moving and more. Above is a 30 second teaser, for the full video visit Alexander Wang.