Metal Works—Serving up a large helping of glamour, Bette Franke stars in the April 19th cover story from S Moda. The Spanish weekly enlists David Roemer of Atelier Management to photograph the Dutch model in spring looks with bold, metallic accents. Fashion editor Chabela Garcia dresses Bette in designs from the likes of Gucci, Herve Leger and Giorgio Armani for the perfect goddess looks. / Hair by Marco Santini, Makeup by Niki M’nray
See Bette be Parisian chic in this year’s Air France campaign.
Air France Takes Flight–Paying homage to its French heritage, Air France has launched a new campaign featuring a modern take on France. The advertisements photographed by Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello of Art Dept. Europe have the slogan “Air France, France is in the Air”, with styling by Felipe Mendes. The images feature notable fashion models including Ali Michael, Bette Franke, Shanina Shaik and more with a focus on not only France but other notable destinations like Brazil, New York and San Francisco. See more images from the colorful and lively campaign below.
Red Mood – Gracing the pages of Harper’s Bazaar Spain’s December issue, Bette Franke gets festive for the holiday season in dazzling red and nighttime black looks. Nagi Sakai captured the Dutch beauty in the standout designer ensembles including gowns, party dresses and skirts styled by fashion editor Juan Cebrian. / Hair by Tuan Ahn Tran, Makeup by Makky P
Attitude – For the November cover story of W Korea, model Bette Franke shows off her boyish side in a fashion shoot photographed by Catherine Servel. The Dutch beauty rocks a sheared ‘do while wearing the androgynous designs of Chloe featuring pants, blouses and cropped jackets styled by Ethel Park. Bette poses on the streets and the studio with hair and makeup by Ward Stegerhoek and Karan Franjola.
Too Cool – Bette Franke is back for the winter 2013 catalogue from Spanish fashion brand Mango. The Dutch babe poses in stylish basics like dark denim, button-up shirts and heavy knits in the studio images. Whether she is wearing kitten heels or mens inspired brogues, Bette exudes a carefree cool in the new style book.
Bette – Elle France taps Bette Franke for a fall fashion feature published in its latest edition. Thomas Whiteside captures the Dutch beauty in looks from the autumn collections of Burberry Prorsum, Balenciaga and Balmain amongst others selected by fashion editor Jeanne le Bault. Posing against backdrops of modern architecture, Bette’s sleek coif and understated makeup let the clothes and setting truly shine.
The City of Glamour – Gracing the pages of H&M’s quarterly magazine, Dutch model Bette Franke shows off the many sides of glam in the fall issue. Katja Rahlwes captured the beauty in Paris for a luxe outing where Bette sports a mix of casual denim, metallic fringe, military-inspired outerwear and boyish blazers styled by Geraldine Saglio. Whether posing on the city streets or inside a studio, Bette exudes a timeless elegance. / Hair by Seb Bascle, Makeup by Georgina Graham
All Shades of Grey – Bette Franke graces the pages of Vogue China’s August issue, wearing forties inspired looks shot by Daniel Jackson. The Dutch model gets swathed in a wardrobe of grey shades styled by fashion editor Nicoletta Santoro featuring the designs of Proenza Schouler, Marni, Miu Miu and many more. Hair stylist Esther Langham and makeup artist Hannah Murray keep Bette looking glam with retro-influenced beauty styles.
Rock with Bette – Dutch model Bette Franke models rock and roll chic style for Mango’s autumn-winter lookbook. Wearing a mix of plaid, metallic belts and denim; Bette channels the grunge era with an effortless attitude. The Spanish label also finds inspiration in punk style with leather jackets, square shoulders and menswear-inspired pinstripes.
Posing in Pink – Photographed during the height of cherry blossom season at Brooklyn’s Botanical Garden, Bette Franke is pretty in pastels for the August edition of Vogue Japan. The Dutch model poses for Sharif Hamza in vibrant looks from the likes of Rodarte, Miu Miu and Chanel selected by Giovanna Battaglia. A slicked back coif and soft makeup complement Bette’s natural surroundings.