Look on the Bright Side – The November issue of WSJ, the Wall Street Journal Magazine, gets a revamp with Richard Burbridge’s colorful fall portraits starring Bette Franke. Styled by David Vandewal, Bette is like a doll playing dress up in extravagant looks from labels such as Givenchy, Prada, Jil Sander and Marc Jacobs. / Makeup by Peter Philips, Hair by Yannick d’Is
By the Sea – Bette Franke gives full on opulence for Camilla Akrans’ latest work in the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar US. Styled by fashion editor Brana Wolf, Bette takes to the shore in a mix of furs and pants from the likes of Michael Kors, Tom Ford, Donna Karan and Vera Wang.
Collaborative Effort – CFDA winner Prabal Gurung teamed up with sportswear retailer J. Crew for a capsule collection full of feminine ruffles and clean piping. Modeled by Bette Franke, all several looks are available on J. Crew’s site now.
Bette Franke takes on winter beauty for the latest issue of Marie Claire Italia. In front of David Slijper’s lens, Bette sports smoky eyes, dark lips and wild hair.
Bette Franke sports a sheared cut for her latest work in Vogue India October. Photographed by Paul Maffi and styled by Deep Kailey, Bette wears saris paired with sleek and modern pieces from the likes of Lanvin, Bottega Veneta, Roberto Cavalli and more in A New Wave.
Dutch beauties Kim Noorda and Bette Franke appear in the September issue of L’Officiel Netherlands as a pair of two bad girls complete with the leather, whips and attitude to match. Styled by Sébastien Cambos, Kim and Bette let loose in the dangerously seductive spread.