Image: Marloes Horst on set of Maybelline. Courtesy of model’s Instagram
Marloes Lands Maybelline–There has been a lot of new additions to cosmetics brands lately, and Maybelline has tapped Marloes Horst as its latest model spokesperson. The Dutch model is most famous for her appearances in DKNY fragrance ads, Victoria’s Secret catalogues and Rookie status in Sports Illustrated‘s 2014 Swimsuit edition. The official press release reveals that in her spare time, Marloes is a boxing and Pilates fanatic, a dog lover, and a cinema enthusiast. See her in action for the television spot featured below.
Marloes – Dutch model Marloes Horst poses in a new series of portraits taken for her agency, Next Models. Showing her svelte figure in a bikini look, you can see why the blonde beauty is the face of DKNY bodywear and its DKNY “Delicious” fragrances.
Wild Thing – Marloes Horst gets wild for the September cover story of L’Officiel Netherlands, posing amidst majestic elephants and nature in a series of outdoor images. Mason Poole photographed the Dutch beauty in standout designs from the likes of Gucci, Alexander Wang and Ralph Lauren styled by Djuna Bel. / Hair by Rob Talty, Makeup by Sandy Ganzer
Denim Days – For its fall 2013 campaign, Tommy Hilfiger Denim taps Marloes Horst, Maria Borges, Bambi Northwood-Blyth and Kel Markey for a series of collegiate-themed shots photographed by Josh Olins. Stylist Matthew Tauger dresses the boys and girls in casual denim looks paired with members only jackets, beanies and scarves. / Hair by Shon, Makeup by Sally Branka
Stella Lingerie – Stella McCartney’s collection of lingerie for the fall-winter season gets spotlighted in a lookbook starring Marloes Horst. The Dutch beauty models the line of alluring bodysuits, chemises, camisole tops and all-in-ones in the playful yet sexy images. The pieces are all about mix and matching with everything ranging from wild animal prints to classic white lace designs.
New York Flavor – Dutch model Marloes Horst is the new face of DKNY’s Be Delicious fragrance campaign. The blonde beauty poses in three print advertisements as well as a new commercial spot for the scent which features a blend of apples, exotic flowers and woods. In the television clip, Marloes sees her hunky neighbor across the street while posing alongside the iconic “Be Delicious” apples.
Get That Golden Glow – Marloes Horst stars in this month’s Harper’s Bazaar UK, wearing swimwear looks in a shoot lensed by David Slijper (CLMUK). The Dutch beauty poses on the beach wearing sizzling looks for the sunny weather selected by fashion editor Tina Chai. Marloes’ beach look is complete with tousled waves and glowing makeup.
They Call Her Pineapple Princess – Gracing the pages of Vogue Japan’s Wedding Special, model Marloes Horst plays a bride to be in the publication’s July issue. Decked out in dreamy bridal gowns and apparel from designer labels selected by stylist Rena Semba, the Dutch beauty poses for René Habermacher in Hawaii. Male model Hunter Trevelyan Wyndham joins Marloes in the sunny images capturing the tropical locale and ethereal styles. / Hair by Dai Michishita, Makeup by Yuka Washizu
Sporty Doll – Photographed by Willy Vanderperre, Marloes Horst is enlisted for the spring 2013 lookbook from SLVR by Adidas. The Dutch beauty dons sportswear ensembles with tropical prints and eastern-influenced shapes styled by Jay Massacret. Spring was inspired by martial arts, the film “Fight Club” and the human physique. A color palette of forest green, marmalade, neutral hues such as taupe and black and white show off the clean and sharp lines of the new season.
Tale of September – Covering the September edition of Harper’s Bazaar Turkey, model Marloes Horst evokes timeless elegance in Koray Birand’s black and white images. Fashion editor Mahizer Aytas pieces together a wardrobe of moody autumn selects including Yves Saint Laurent, Prada, Louis Vuitton and others. Hair stylist Ali Yilanci and makeup artist Ali Riza Ozdemir create sleek beauty looks for Marloes to wear in a statue-filled setting. / Production by Productionising