Jean Parade – Pauline Van der Cruysse has a fashionable case of the blues in these studio shots by Naomi Yang for the latest issue of Glamour France. A variety of denim selects ranging from military to feminine to androgynous make a bold statement for seasonal dressing, styled by Sébastien Cambos. Make-up artist Mikael Noiselet creates a complementary denim blue eye while hair stylist Nicolas Eldin gives Pauline sweet, pastel bangs.
Haute Fairytales – Photographer Michelle Du Xuan brings us this stunning editorial from the September issue of L’Officiel China, featuring models Pauline Van Der Cruysse (Elite Paris) and Zhu Lin (IMG Paris) in a kaleidoscopic time traveling fairytale. Styled by Hanae Uwajima, the girls don a marvelous wardrobe of couture pieces by Elie Saab, Dior, Chanel, Valentino, Versace and Alexis Mabille amongst others. Hair stylist Shuko Sumida and make up artist Min K create otherworldly looks with hauntingly baroque hair and vivid colors in these artful images. / Light director: J.M chaser, Photographer assistant: Joffrey Montes, Assistant stylists: Haruka Suzuki, Saori Senda, Assistant hair stylist: Yuji Okuda, Manicure: Aurélie Chevalier
LA LA Girlz – Photographer Alice Rosati and art director Tommaso Foggini team up to capture a nineties themed editorial inspired by the city of Los Angeles for FGR’s latest exclusive. Models Pauline Van der Cruysse, Melodie Dagault, Stella Vaudran and Edith Zsambok wear casual selects chosen by stylist Silvia Bergomi in images juxtaposed with the sights and landmarks of Hollywood. Colorful makeup by Tiziana Raimondo and hair by Fabrice Sarasola complete the retro looks.
Dressed to Kill – Pauline Van Der Cruysse, Cate Underwood, Nikole Luna and Amanda Ware play a female version of iconic rock band, Kiss, for the music issue of V Magazine. Captured by Benjamin Lennox and styled by Tom Van Dorpe, the quartet dons the sleek and sexy designs of designer Anthony Vaccarello with painted faces. / Hair by Akki, Make Up by Ralph Siciliano
Lacoste Lovers – Pauline Van Der Cruysse joins Miles McMillan for the latest issue of V Magazine Spain. Photographed by Steven Pan and outfitted by Tom van Dorpe, the sleek pairing don looks from Lacoste. (x-posted to The Fashionisto)
Tom Boy – Pauline Van der Cruysse shows great versatility in boyish style while still maintaining ladylike composure in these shots by Aingeru Zorita. Photographed for Australian online magazine, Razou, stylist Britt McCamey’s looks are pared down and structured, with echoes of modern Victorian sophistication.
Escape from New York – Photographer Yossi Michaeli captures Pauline Van deer Cruysse escaping from the Big Apple for this editorial in the latest 125 Magazine. Pauline makes her getaway stylishly in eclectic looks pieced together by Martha Violante and featuring the designs of Dolce & Gabbana, Prabal Gurung, Prada and others. Romantic and adventurous, Pauline looks the part of a modern mystery woman, with a sheared haircut and minimalist makeup by Deanna Melluso and Amy Farid.
White Widow – Pauline Van der Cruysse looks like a lost bride on the shores of Tulum, Mexico in this captivating shoot by Paola Kudacki for Vogue Spain’s July issue. Stylist Barbara Martelo’s delicate wardrobe gives Pauline a romantic look complete with veils and dresses from labels such as Lanvin, Nina Ricci and Dolce & Gabbana. Hair and make-up by Rutger Van Heide and Tyron Machhausen is kept natural and subtle, highlighting the contrast of Pauline’s bronze skin against the paleness of her gowns.
Rainbow Bright – With swimsuit season just around the corner, Foam Magazine enlists Daemian Smith and Christine Suarez for a colorful swimwear editorial. Styled by Kathryn Typaldos, model Pauline Van der Cruysse dons a wardrobe of vibrant hues against a technicolor backdrop for a relaxed yet dynamic story.
Big Gary P- Gareth Pugh’s designs captivate the fashion world with their futuristic and larger than life shapes. For the inaugural issue of Pony Step, the publication pays tribute to Pugh’s creations with studio portraits by Terry Tsiolis and stylist Simon Robins. With casting by Anita Bitton, an eclectic group including Danielle Zinaich , Gwen Loos, Pauline Van der Cruysse, Melodie Monrose and Ming Xi don the designs with cool confidence.