Yumi Lambert is a ‘Pop Geisha’ for Jalouse March 2013 by Erwin Olaf

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Pop Geisha – New face and star of the spring Chanel campaign, Yumi Lambert, graces the pages of Jalouse’s March issue in a shoot inspired by Japanese style. Photographed by Erwin Olaf (Bernstein & Andriulli) and styled by Jennifer Eymere, the beauty enchants in Geisha fashion with a futuristic edge featuring the designs of Nina Ricci, Lanvin, Costume National and others. Hair stylist Cyril Laloue and makeup artist Eny Whitehead create Yumi’s colorful face and sleek updo. / Creative direction by Michel Mallard

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  • Insuline

    Amazing Erwin Olaf again. Love this editorial.

  • Alex

    Hair and makeup are striking.

  • http://www.fashionsnag.com/ Fashion Snag

    This is amaze balls!

    http://www.FashionSnag.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/bzzzzzzzzzzzzz Anastasia Fkjdlskjgf

    it’s probably editorial #infinity, that we’ve seen using the geisha/asia style. common, guys, I understand the cultural belonging and respect, but why don’t you try another approach to Asia, which is futuristic, not historic! And still you would be able to incorporate some traditionals elements of culture and “reach” Asian market as you are trying despirately

  • All_182

    amazing make up!

  • http://www.aliceluker.co.uk/ Alice Luker

    I really love Erwin Olaf’s work. He has such a definitive, individual style which you can spot a mile away- other editorials you wouldn’t be able to guess the photographer as they all shoot so similarly. A lot of respect.

    http://www.aliceluker.co.uk