Karmen Pedaru of Ford plays a mistress of disguise for this month’s Numéro. Lensed by Richard Bush, the Estonian beauty wears eight distinct looks styled by Charles Varenne under the glare of studio lights. Some feminine and some menswear inspired, Karmen does it all in the captivating Etat D’Âme.
Starring in the controversial shoot from Numéro October, Constance Jablonski delves into the wilderness for a day of nature and familial bonding. Photographed by Greg Kadel and styled by Patti Wilson in an array of seventies inspired looks including a blonde and brunette afro, the French model takes on the role of mother to a black child. Numéro has always been a cutting edge publication, but is this just an artistic statement or did this shoot push it too far? What do you think?
Heidi Mount has a serious case of jet lag for the October issue of Numéro. Photographed by Jeff Burton in his uniquely candid style, Heidi may be tired but she still looks fabulous with hair and makeup by Tony Chavez, and Darlene Jacobs. Wearing the perfect combination of sleek and sexy looks styled by Maryam Malakpour, Heidi looks towards the new day in the relaxed spread.
Emily DiDonato takes the role of sea goddess for the October edition of Numéro. Lensed by the Solve Sundsbo in a setting of majestic blue waters, Emily dons an array of lustrous garments styled by Franck Benhamou (2b Management).
Constance Jablonski photographed by Greg Kadel for Numéro #117 October 2010
Edita Vilkeviciute evokes her inner seventies goddess for the October edition of Numéro. Working with photographer Camilla Akrans for two issues in a row, the photographer and model pairing create editorial gold with Champs de Mars. Styled by Franck Benhamou (2b Management), the Parisian story showcases the best in luxe furs, sequins and separates.