With a smile on her face, Constance Jablonski is Dressed for Success for Vogue Nippon’s September issue. Photographed by Andreas Sjodin, Constance is a full blown working woman in the elegant stylings of Sabino Pantone featuring tailored pants and suit jackets from the likes of Michael Kors, Hermes and Stella McCartney.
A nighttime mystery is the main backdrop to Hermès fall 2010 campaign. Photographed by Palo Roversi and featuring Constance Jablonski, the images feature the luxury label’s signature scarves along with a menswear inspired collection topped off with a bowler hat and pocket watch to complete the androgynous look.
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We must admit that as Americans we do not know that much about football, but with the recent World Cup and now V #66′s homage to the Argentine phenomenon of “botineras”, or footballer’s wives, we are starting to get an idea. With an all star cast featuring Alessandra Ambrosio, Dree Hemingway, Eniko Mihalik, Jacques Naude, Maryna Linchuk, Evandro Soldati, Martin Landgreve, Simon Nessman, and Constance Jablonski, the twelve page spread pays tribute to the tanned, superficial wives of football players. Lensed by Sebastian Faena and styled by Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, the girls give a grade A performance in Footballers’ Wives.
A little less than a year ago, Kacper Kasprzyk captured a fresh faced Constance Jablonski for Cover Magazine. Now a mere nine months later, the photographer and model team reunite for another studio shoot published in Vogue Nippon‘s July issue. Styled by Grace Koo, the French top model shows us some new tricks as she wears tailored garments from labels such as emporio Armani, Bottega Veneta and Ralph Lauren.
Fashion editor Tina Laakkonen takes on the trend of tribal prints for her latest work in Vogue China June. Lensed by Daniel Jackson, Wild Child showcases a wardrobe of colorful garments from Emilio Pucci, Alexander McQueen, Gucci and others all worn by Constance Jablonski.
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.
Constance Jablonski appears alongside Nicolas Ripoll in the latest campaign from Korean label System. Putting her best foot forward, Constance appears as the utmost image of determination, giving great shape to System’s spring collection with sharp poses.
Clad in black and photographed by Thierry Le Gouès, Coco Rocha, Ali Stephens, Karmen Pedaru, Dree Hemingway, Constance Jablonski, Kinée Diouf, Melo Dagault, Nikka, Maryna Linchuk, Tania D. and Lakshmi Menon appear as the cover girls of the latest issue of French Revue de Modes.