Jacquelyn Jablonski

gallianospringlookbook Jacquelyn Jablonski for Galliano Spring 2011

John Galliano’s no-fuss aesthetic finds a new voice in beach bum inspired wear for the sophomore Galliano lineup. Enlisting the help of Jacquelyn Jablonski and Francisco Lachowski, a young vision sees the mixing and matching of various occasion pieces for an eclectic finish. From exposed pocket linings and offbeat proportions to bold colors, the Galliano woman proves to be a character.

jacquelyn jablonski Jacquelyn Jablonski by Victor Demarchelier for <em>Harpers Bazaar US</em> November 2010

Jacquelyn Jablonski steps into a wardrobe of tailored suits for the fall in November’s Harper’s Bazaar US. Captured by Victor Demarchelier and styled by Alastair McKimm, Jacquelyn sports an array of business ready apparel from Celine, Michael Kors, Stella McCartney and more in The New Suits.

review26 Rogue Review | Most Popular Posts August 29 September 4, 2010

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2. Coco Rocha for Elle UK October 2010 by David Vasiljevic
3. Raquel Zimmermann for Vogue Spain September 2010 by Mariano Vivanco
4. Mathilde Frachon by Lachlan Bailey for Vogue Nippon October 2010
5. Lady Gaga, Liya Kebede & Chloe Sevigny in New York! by Mario Testino | V Magazine #67
6. Jacquelyn Jablonski by Catherine Servel for Telegraph Magazine August 2010

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3. Ava Smith by Rupert Tapper | Exclusive
4. Masha Rudenko by Robert Sigler in Behind the Sun | Malibu Magazine
5. Alessandra Ambrosio & Ana Beatriz Barros by Willy Vanderperre for Vogue Russia September 2010
6. Freja Beha Erichsen by Mikael Jansson for Vogue Paris September 2010

valentinocouture Valentino | Paris Haute Couture Fall 2010

As with last season, the fall collection from Valentino’s Haute Couture line takes some risks with its exaggerated proportions and structural complexities. Yet whatever risks the collection may take, they are offset by a cool color palette of cream, black and a hint of that signature Valentino red. When looking at the garments, one can imagine that the range was made for a young and feminine woman with the understated hair and makeup that made the show’s “wow moments” that much more powerful.

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