Think Pink–Appearing in the April cover story from Numero Russia, Cora Emmanuel models pretty pastels with a retro twist for a fashion publication. Francesco Carrozzini of 2b Management captures the French beauty in vintage cars and voluminous coifs for the moody shoot. Editor-at-Large Andre Leon Talley styles the looks with Cora giving her ladylike best in the designs of Giambattista Valli, Burberry Prorsum, Christian Dior and more.
Balmain Days – Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin are back again for Balmain’s fall 2013 campaign (their last time shooting was for the spring 2012 season). This time, the creative duo photographs an eclectic cast including Cora Emmnauel, Elisabeth Erm, Manon Leloup, Khadija and Clement Chabernaud. Lensed against the beautiful backdrop of Paris, the faces of Balmain flaunt the jewel-tone hues and fashion forward shapes of the season.
A Guide to Prep – Tommy Hilfiger is back once again with a cast of eclectic characters for its fall 2013 campaign, lensed by Craig McDean. Models Jacquelyn Jablonski, Bernard Fouquet, Chloe Blackshire, Arthur Kulkov, Julia Hafstrom, Lea Sorensen, Toni Garrn, Thomas Gledhill, Kim D, Sacha M’Baye, Tidiou M’Baye, Viggo Jonasson, Tian Yi, Sasha Luss, Cora Emmanuel, Katya Riabinkina, Benjamin Eidem, RJ King and Marlon Teixeira give their best preppy impression in college chic designs styled by Karl Templer. “The heart of The Hilfigers campaigns is all about storytelling, and this season we really tried to take it to the next level,” said Trey Laird, Laird + Partners Chief Executive and Creative Officer.
Double Vision – The models are twice as nice in V Magazine’s spring 2013 edition. Stylist Tom van Dorpe cleverly turns Constance Jablonski, Cora Emmanuel, Liu Wen, Catherine McNeil, Mirte Maas, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Bette Franke, Alana Zimmer, Kasia Struss, Marie Piovesan and Sam Rollinson into convincing sets of fashion forward twins. Photographer Sharif Hamza was on hand to capture all the fun for this playful spread.
Take it Easy – Greg Kadel captures models Cora Emmanuel, Zuri Tibby, Jeneil Williams, Jasmine Tookes, Grace Bol, and Grace Mahary for this colorful story in the pages of September’s Vogue Germany. Styled by Nicola Knels and Lynn Schmidt, the girls wear vibrant hues in flirty fall silhouettes and cool detailing featuring the designs of Versace, Prada, Givenchy, Adidas and many others. / Hair by Duffy, Make-up by Mariel Barrera
Chanel Style – Saskia de Brauw returns as the face of Chanel’s fall 2012 campaign and is joined by fellow models Stella Tennant, Kati Nescher, Cora Emmanuel and Lindsey Wixson (unpictured) in the studio images shot by Karl Lagerfeld. The girls all wear sheared haircuts in autumn’s elegant tweeds and layers. (TFS)
DSquared2′s Teenage Dream – Well known for collections with quirky themes, the fall 2012 showing from DSquared2 designers Dan and Dean Caten went back in time for their own take on 1960′s high school fashions. Opening with modified versions of the pencil skirt, knitted cardigan and cigarette pants, models walked the runway with cigarettes in gloved hands and teased tresses. A color palette of powder pink, forest green, canary yellow and light blue transformed into black as the Catens took on evening wear or “prom fashions”. Black, slinky gowns adorned with jewelry and sparkling sequins closed the show for a more sumptuous take on the upcoming autumn.
House of Holland’s Electric Fall – For fall 2012, House of Holland’s Henry Holland sent out an array of colorful patterns in primary colors. Whether an enlarged houndstooth print or zig zag stripes, the upbeat collection oozed youth with playful ruffles, flared pants and metallic accents. The flirty silhouettes were matched with patterned stockings or socks and chunky, platform heels. For beauty, models walked down the runway with bright red lips and messy ponytails reflecting the carefree spirit of autumn.
Slip into Fall – For fall 2012, Vera Wang embraced slinky silhouettes in autumn hues of wheat, marmalade, blue and ink black. The new season offered lightweight layers with a sensual, skin baring appeal in the form of sheer fabrics. As for outerwear, the coats presented were fur-embellished with geometric prints for an androgynous contrast. For the finale, Wang matched crystal-adorned bodices with airy fabric for an almost bohemian effect.
Candy Couture – Elie Saab presented a romantic collection of ivory and pastel hues of powder blue, rose and wheat for his spring 2012 haute couture show in Paris earlier today. Known for designing many red carpet creations, this season had its fair share of Oscars ready fare ranging from crystal embellished floor length gowns to leafy prints in mint green. The delicate showing also offered ladylike lace works and sequined paillettes for a sweetly refined take on couture.