Malgosia Bela

givenchyearlyfall0 Givenchy Fall 2010 Campaign | Mariacarla Boscono, Malgosia Bela, Catherine McNeil & Lea T. by Mert & Marcus

Photographed by Mert & Marcus once more, Givenchy is the first major fashion house to reveal their upcoming fall 2010 campaign. Creating a world where Riccardo Tisci’s menswear and womenswear can co-exist, the season features a special campaign moment with the debut of the designer’s former fit model, Lea T., who happens to be a transsexual. Appearing alongside Mariacarla Boscono, Malgosia Bela, Catherine McNeil, Simon Nessman, Jonathan Marquez and Paolo Rolden, Lea rounds out a wonderfully diverse cast that is sure to be remembered for quite the inspiring campaign. (WWD)

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1. Daria Werbowy Nude by Cass Turner for Dossier Journal Spring 2010
2. Raquel Zimmermann & Caroline Trentini by Ellen von Unwerth in Call It Love | Vogue Nippon June 2010
3. Seven by Peter Lindbergh for Numéro #113 May 2010
4. Malgosia Bela by Greg Kadel for Numéro #113 May 2010
5. Brazilian Models Nude by Paola Kudacki | Hercules Spring 2010
6. Karmen Pedaru by David Vasiljevic for Numéro Tokyo June 2010 | Befallen by Pink

greg kadel Malgosia Bela by Greg Kadel for <em>Numéro</em> #113 May 2010

Working his magic in the studio once more, photographer Greg Kadel creates one dynamic spread for Numéro‘s most recent issue. Entitled Malgosia, the eponymous editorial stars Malgosia Bela in some of the season’s hottest trends including neutrals, floral prints and tailored suits. With a mixture of elegance and an almost tangible energy, the images leap off the page.

lejeupreview A Look Back | Le Jeu by Craig McDean

2006′s “Le Jeu” is a rare editorial which features one shot of each model yet still manages to stay cohesive thanks to concrete styling and aesthetic. Looking at the images, it is interesting to see how these particular models have changed over the past three years. Some, like Raquel Zimmermann and Natasha Poly, have managed to stay at the top of their game. While others such as, Gemma Ward or Iselin Steiro, took a break from modeling or have left the business altogether. Nevertheless, “Le Jeu” is up there with some of the greatest Vogue Paris editorials.

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