Beach Indulgence – Mario Sorrenti reunites with Isabeli Fontana for a perfectly sumptuous editorial in the October issue of Vogue Paris. Styled by editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt, Isabeli is an elegant vision in black ensembles with gold accents from the likes of Stella McCartney, Emilio Pucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Versace. Slicked back hair and full lashes give her a bombshell edge in the seafront setting.
Escale à L.A. – Enlisting Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, the August issue of Vogue Paris takes to Los Angeles, California for its collection special starring cover girl Lara Stone, Freja Beha Erichsen, Isabeli Fontana, Natasha Poly and Arizona Muse. Styled by Emmanuelle Alt, Suzanne Koller and Melanie Ward the designs of the biggest labels including Missoni, Jil Sander, Loewe and Louis Vuitton get an urban backdrop.
Summer Revisited – Mert & Marcus pay homage to a 1989 Steven Meisel shoot with their latest work for Vogue Paris’ June-July cover shoot. Starring Isabeli Fontana as an oversexed beauty, the images celebrate what the French call canicule–a period of the hottest summer days. Styled by editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt in colorful pieces from the likes of Prada, Moschino and Emilio Pucci, Isabeli steams up M&M’s lens with male model Clément Chabernaud by her side.
Wanted Woman – Vogue Paris adds a narrative spin to its April issue with David Sims’ western inspired story starring Isabeli Fontana. Styled by editor-in-chief, Emmanuelle Alt, Isabeli is a true cowgirl who is not afraid to get dirty in the denim laden wares of Gareth Pugh, Dries van Noten, Giorgio Armani and others.
Sasha Pivovarova photographed by Peter Lindbergh and styled by Emmanuelle Alt
Iselin Steiro evokes her inner tomboy in ensembles from DSquared2, Versace, American Apparel and more for the November issue of Vogue Paris. Lensed by David Sims with styling by Emmanuelle Alt, Iselin sports a mix of leather, ripped denim and cool attitude in Roller Girl.
Kate Moss gets clad in skin-tight, black leather for the September issue of Vogue Paris. Lensed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, the British supermodel delivers editorial gold in rebellious ensembles courtesy of fashion editor Emmanuelle Alt that feature the work of DSquared, Isabel Marant, Chanel and more.
Tapping into her inner masculine side, Raquel Zimmermann makes one androgynous beauty for David Sims’ Girl Meets Boy. Published in the most recent issue of Vogue Paris, the casual spread allows fashion editor Emmanuelle Alt to experiment with a rockabilly style that would make any guy jealous.
Donning a face full of Dior makeup, model Iselin Steiro has the perfect look for a beauty spread found in Vogue Paris‘ June-July issue. Captured by Tyen with styling by Emmanuelle Alt, the six page layout focuses on vibrant colors and bold statement pieces.