Tao Okamoto’s edgy look works to her advantage for Bergdorf Goodman’s spring 2011 catalogue. Lensed by Cedric Buchet, the Japanese beauty dons some of the most colorful looks from the season featuring the work of Jil Sander, Diane von Furstenberg, Celine and others in Hi-Def.
Constance Jablonski channels her inner seventies vixen for the latest issue of Purple Fashion. A publication known for its erotic content, Constance’s sizzling shoot with Cédric Buchet is sure to have some tongues wagging as she dons Yves Saint Laurent garments and accessories styled by Camille Bidault Waddington in sensuous poses.
Patricia van der Vliet takes to the telephone booth for Sonia Rykiel’s spring 2011 campaign, calling the world about Rykiel’s effortlessly chic clothing featuring color blocking and a play with proportion. Photographed by Cédric Buchet, Patricia dons frizzy hair to perfect the Parisian look.
Abbey Lee Kershaw smolders in the spring 2011 campaign for Hugo by Hugo Boss. Photographed by Cedric Buchet, Abbey Lee sports the label’s loos-fitting wears alongside male model Ben Hill.
Mariacarla Boscono layers up for the fall catalogue from Bergdorf Goodman. Going from the studio to on location, Mariacarla sports autumn’s best fashions from Chanel, Miu Miu, Alexander McQueen and more in Cédric Buchet’s Adaptation.
Covering the September edition of Harper’s Bazaar UK, supermodel Gisele Bundchen gazes on the city of New York in front of Cédric Buchet’s lens. Styled by Sophia Neophitou-Apostolou in smart and sexy ensembles, Gisele shines in garments of sheer lace and black.
There is something about statues and fashion photography that fit so perfectly together. Perhaps it is because both bring to mind images of beauty and glamour, and within the most recent issue of Vogue Nippon, Malgosia Bela manages to look like a work of art herself in front of Cédric Buchet’s lens. Styled by George Cortina, Malgosia amazes with an exquisite grace as she dons airy garments that would make any Grecian goddess jealous.
Constance Jablonski of Marilyn is part naughty and part nice in an enchanting spread from the latest edition of i-D. In front of the lens of Cédric Buchet with styling by Marie Chaix, the French wonder transforms into a tree-dwelling nymph with a penchant for lace and leather from the likes of Chanel, Christopher Kane and Balenciaga.