Vogue US Feb 2010 | Constance Jablonski by Raymond Meier

    constancejablonski Vogue US Feb 2010 | Constance Jablonski by Raymond Meier

    Constance Jablonski may be no stranger to the pages of French and Italian Vogue. But when comes to their American counterpart, the French beauty has yet to make an appearance up until now with the publication’s February issue. Photographed by Raymond Meier and styled by Elissa Santissi, Constance along with her equine companion make a mark in “Back in the Saddle”.

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    source | LUXX @ tfs


    • http://ganymedekids.blogspot.com Ganymede Girl

      Love the bag in the first photo!

    • http://ganymedekids.blogspot.com Ganymede Girl

      Love the bag in the first photo!

    • http://fashionsnag.com FASHION SNAG

      Awesome, I love everything about this!

    • http://fashionsnag.com FASHION SNAG

      Awesome, I love everything about this!

    • http://sogoodforbunnies.blogspot.com sogoodforbunnies

      What an interesting concept! Love the plastic horse!

    • http://sogoodforbunnies.blogspot.com sogoodforbunnies

      What an interesting concept! Love the plastic horse!

    • http://fashionography.wordpress.com FASHIONOGRAPHY

      You know…

    • http://fashionography.wordpress.com FASHIONOGRAPHY

      You know…

    • http://chinuaze.blogspot.com Valerie

      stunning.

    • http://chinuaze.blogspot.com Valerie

      stunning.

    • anonimous

      i don't like her

    • anonimous

      i don't like her

    • Anon

      My favorite picture is probably the one where we can't see her face. That's a problem.

    • Anon

      My favorite picture is probably the one where we can't see her face. That's a problem.

    • Joe

      How can you tell something like that? This girl is just so stuning!!! OMG for her debut in American Vogue it s just perfect!

      • http://fashionography.wordpress.com FASHIONOGRAPHY

        That's the problem. She's been better in EVERYTHING else.

    • Joe

      How can you tell something like that? This girl is just so stuning!!! OMG for her debut in American Vogue it s just perfect!

      • http://fashionography.wordpress.com FASHIONOGRAPHY

        That's the problem. She's been better in EVERYTHING else.

    • http://www.nicolasguillen4th.com nicolas

      i Don't get the model ! But how we say in Cuba :There is not a bad model but a bad photographer!
      SORRY.

    • http://www.nicolasguillen4th.com nicolas

      i Don't get the model ! But how we say in Cuba :There is not a bad model but a bad photographer!
      SORRY.

    • Amasa

      Composition and colors are ugly. Poses are stilted and the model and props look like colorforms pasted onto the background. Blech.

    • Amasa

      Composition and colors are ugly. Poses are stilted and the model and props look like colorforms pasted onto the background. Blech.

    • momo

      i agree. i love this edi, and she looks stunnin. she is perfection

    • momo

      i agree. i love this edi, and she looks stunnin. she is perfection

    • bisr

      she is the best.