Rebel in Disguise – Toni Garrn gets clad in leather and black for Sean & Seng’s come-hither shoot published in Numéro #126. From sitting on a bench to quiet time at an outdoor cafe, Toni looks ready to conquer the world in fashion editor Franck Benhamou’s form-fitting and sleek feminine selects.
Haute Glamour – Constance Jablonski delivers mature elegance in seductive makeup by Ralph Siciliano and vamped up hair by Moiz Alladina for Numéro China #11. Lensed by Tiziano Magni, modern shapes and eye-popping patterns selected by Joseph Carle from the likes of Givenchy, Michael Kors, Miu Miu and Celine take Constance’s look to perfection.
L’ange – Daphne Groeneveld dons a pair of wings for Peter Lindbergh’s (2b Management) evocative story in Numéro #126. Starring alongside French actor Pascal Greggory, Daphne wears lingerie inspired looks chosen by fashion editor Irina Marie on a cloudy beach setting.
Autumn Spirit – Jac Jagaciak takes on the role of vixen in Greg Kadel’s dynamic studio images for Numéro #126. Styled by Bill Mullen, Jac delivers a lesson in posing with billowing dresses and tribal accessories from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Lanvin, Roberto Cavalli and Gucci. Topped off with wild hair by Duffy and flawless makeup by Mariel Barrera, Jac gets swept up in fall fashion.
Setting the Mood – Magdalena Frackowiak’s timeless beauty takes to the pages of Numéro #125 in Camille Vivier’s soft and romantic shoot highlighting bedroom inspired looks. Styled by Sheila Single, Magdalena sports lightweight garments from the likes of Dior, Chanel, Roberto Cavalli and Valentino.
Body of Work – Jessica Miller shows off her one of a kind physique in Sean & Seng’s sleek and sexy shoot for Numéro #124. Donning a mix of form-fitting and relaxed silhouettes styled by Franck Benhamou, Jessica is a foxy minx in the designs of Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, Chanel, Dior and many others. / Hair by Franco Gobbi, Make-up by Lloyd Simmonds
Tribal – Sebastian Kim evokes the early days of mankind for his latest work in Numéro #124. Starring Hailey Clauson and styled by Charles Varenne, the spring collections from Prada to Yves Saint Laurent to Gucci all get a tribal makeover fit for a princess. / Set Design by Anne Koch
Wild Thing – Greg Kadel tackles tribal fashion for Numéro #124′s cover shoot starring Daphne Groeneveld. Styled by Bill Mullen in an over-the-top selection of accessories, Daphne rocks some of the season’s most notable looks from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Prada and Proenza Schouler. / Hair by Duffy, Makeup by Mariel Barrera