Absolute Sophistication–The April issue of Vogue Mexico takes a look at some of spring’s most sophisticated looks with unexpected prints and colors. Model Maria Palm poses for Alexander Neumann in a colorful set of images featuring everything from metallics to pop art prints. Fashion editor Valentina Collado dresses the brunette stunner in designs from the likes of Rochas, Miu Miu, Paul Smith and Saint Laurent for the charming images. / Hair by Leon Downing, Makeup by Karla Vega
Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant. / Hair by Mette Thorsgaard, Make-Up by Anne Staunsager
Pointillism – For the April 2013 issue of Vogue Taiwan, photographer Yossi Michaeli shoots fashion model Maria Palm in a series of pointillism concept portraits. Stylist Brylie Fowler adorns the Dutch dreamboat with star-quality bags, sunglasses, hats and jewelry from designer labels such as Prada, Christopher Kane and Burberry Prorsum. Beauty by hair stylist Luke Baker and makeup artist Deanna Melluso give Maria a fashion forward look.
Street Smarts – Brazilian denim label DTA Jeans taps Maria Palm for its fall 2013 campaign, photographed by Gustavo Marx. The brunette walks the city streets in casual looks with a bohemian flair styled by Rodrigo Polack. Maria poses alongside male model Hampus Luck in the laid-back images. / Art direction by Daniel Burman, Hair and makeup by Ronnie Peterson
Nomad – Model Maria Palm poses for the January 2013 issue of S Moda in images by Alvaro Beamud Cortes for a unique photo shoot reminiscent of the nomadic lifestyle. Stylist Cristina Perez-Hernando dresses the model in an array of furs, capes and other cold-weather accoutrements from labels including Rag & Bone, Dior, Alexander Wang, Michael Kors and Donna Karan for an eclectic vibe. / Hair by Manu Fernández, Makeup by Jose Belmonte
Hello Kitty - For Oyster’s 100th issue, photographer Colin Dodgson lenses this whimsical editorial nod to Japanese street fashion. Merging playful props with a mix of colorful, patterned selects, creative director Stevie Dance creates an air of laid-back, languid style using selects from the likes of Proenza Schouler, Miu Miu, Hermès, Reebok, Mary Katrantzou, Rag & Bones, Acne, Haider Ackermann, Jason Wu, and Chanel. Model Maria Palm perfectly possesses a sedate, almost hypnotic mood with some help from undone hair and make-up by Tuan Anh Tran and Chiho Omae.
Doble o Nada – Maria Palm and Adina are two peas in a pod for the latest edition of El Pais’ S Moda. Outfitted by Isabel Moralejo, the brunette duo hits the streets of London in mod looks featuring sixties staples such as tweed skirts and bowler hats from the fall-winter collections of labels such as Versace, Salvatore Ferragamo, Prada and Yves Saint Laurent.
New Romantic – Stylist Sara Francia’s romantic looks captivate in this lush editorial lensed by Stefania Paparelli for the latest Harper’s Bazaar Thailand. Model Maria Palm radiates elegant refinement in designs from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Kenzo, Louis Vuitton, Versace, Moschino Cheap & Chic, Jil Sander and Emporio Armani in the outdoor affair.
Maria Palm photographed by Rick Shaine for Cover September 2010 (TFS)