I Danced All Night–Gracing the pages of Cover Magazine’s March issue, Noot Seear looks modern and fresh-faced with minimal makeup and tousled tresses. The Canadian model poses for Andreas Ohlund and Maria Therese in the main editorial where she dons party ready looks that mix high and low fashions from the likes of Miu Miu, Lanvin and H&M styled by Emelie Johansson.
The Cabin – The December catalogue from Free People gets romantic with a new shoot called, “The Cabin”. Starring Noot Seear and Jacques Naude as lovers looking to getaway, the images shot by Guy Aroch feature the pair getting cozy in a cabin setting. Noot wears Free People’s signature bohemian style including cold-weather sweaters, long skirts and floppy hats. Make sure to check out the accompanying film featured below.
Black and White and Red! – Noot Seear is an autumn beauty in Free People’s October “Black and White” collection lensed by Anthony Nocella. Styled by Lauren Cohan and Amanda Long, Noot sports grunge and rock and roll inspired looks featuring leather jackets, comfy knits and sequins for the new season.
Model Behavior – Captured by Jason Lee Parry, cover star Noot Seear stars in the June-July issue of Foam for a laid-back spread which travels from the beach to the streets of California. Donning loose-fitting silhouettes with lingerie inspired pieces styled by Sophia Dearborne, Noot oozes casual cool with pink streaks in her hair.
Hollywood Starlet – Model turned actress Noot Seear stars in the April cover shoot from Elle Russia. Wearing the spring collections styled by Daria Anichkina, Noot oozes glamour and seduction as she dons wild prints and vibrant colors from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel and others lensed by Joshua Jordan.
The Orange collection from Hugo Boss gets its faces for the fall season with model quartet Noot Seear, Boyd Holbrook, Anne Vyalitsyna and Mihaly Sepreny. Lensed by Matt Jones, the group has a day of laughs and tricks as they roam around the city in the range’s casual wear.
It is not every day that fashion is used to raise awareness for a serious cause, but Wonderland Beauty Parlor‘s Michael Angelo is changing that perception with a series of images featuring models and celebrities from all backgrounds to shed light on The Somaly Mam Foundation. Photographed for the sole cause to raise awareness of Cambodian adolescent girls who are sold into prostitution and forced to wear red lipstick, all subjects wear lipstick as well to symbolize a protest against these atrocities. Instead of being used as a sign of oppression, however, Michael’s subjects don the lipstick as a badge of beauty and freedom for a series titled, The Lipstick Portraits. For this particular set of images, model and actress Noot Seear poses for Michael’s lens in a series of dignified and albeit beautiful images.