Anna Selezneva Keeps it Understated in Pierre Balmain's Spring 2013 Campaign

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published January 3, 2013

A French Spring – The spring-summer 2013 collection from Pierre Balmain is inspired by French glamour–namely the grand hotels of Nice and the French Riviera, the style of iconic French actress Jeanne Moreau, and the club Les Bains Douches. Model Anna Selezneva stars in the campaign and lookbook images photographed by Karim Sadli with art direction by Atelier Franck Durand. For its spring outing, the Pierre line juxtaposes graphic black and white with vibrant hues in romantic and modern silhouettes.

















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