Elisa Sednaoui

elisa sednaoui Elisa Sednaoui by Benoit Peverelli | <em>Vanity Fair Italy</em> April 2010

d’management group‘s Elisa Sednaoui turns up the volume for her most recent editorial work in Vanity Fair Italy. Styled by Leila Smara in standout pieces from Prada, Chanel and Lanvin, the Italian beauty shines in front of Benoit Peverelli‘s lens. In addition to appearing in all the latest glossies, Elisa also can be seen on the big screen with the film Bus Palladium. Talk about talent!

elisafornumero Elisa Sednaoui by Karl Lagerfeld | Numéro #111

Earlier this month, we hinted that d’management group‘s Elisa Sednaoui was set to appear in two major publications with the first of which being Numéro #111. Photographed by Karl Lagerfeld himself, Elisa turns up her vamp appeal in Dangerous Couture with Karl’s muse Baptiste Giabiconi. Styled by Capucine Safyurtlu, Elisa is an elegant diva in pieces from Chanel, Armani and Valentino.

elisanylon. th Nylon Guys | Elisa Sednaoui by Ward Ivan Rafik

After appearing in publications such as Elle Italy and Vogue Germany, model-actress Elisa Sednaoui (d’management group) is poised to take the acting world by storm this year with two films–Bus Palladium and Eastern Drift. Photographed by Ward Ivan Rafik for March’s Nylon Guys, the Italian beauty reveals her fiery personality in La Dolce Vita.

Make no mistake about it, Sednaoui wants to do more than just be another pretty face. “I’m not here to be in a bikini and be slapped on the ass and say two sentences,” she tells writer Rebecca Willa Davis. Elisa fans can look forward to Bus Palladium in March, and–as Fashion Gone Rogue has exclusively discovered–two editorials for major publications in the upcoming weeks.

elisa005 Vogue Germany December 2009 | Elisa Sednaoui, Bianca Balti & Luca Gadjus by Vincent Peters

Elisa Sednaoui of D’Management Group is joined by Bianca Balti and Luca Gadjus for a festive editorial in the latest issue of Vogue Germany. Photographed by Vincent Peters, the shoot is not short on personality. Capturing intimate moments with the wedding party, the editorial’s celebratory mood is infectious.

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