Carmen Kass by Mark Pillai in Heat Seeker | Harper’s Bazaar UK June 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published May 7, 2010

The open and arid desert makes the perfect backdrop for Mark Pillai‘s Heat Seeker. Published in June’s Harper’s Bazaar UK, Carmen Kass stars a motorbike riding, neutral wearing vixen. Styled by Vanessa Coyle in lightweight garments from Jean Paul Gaultier, Ralph Lauren and Alexander Wang, Carmen is ready to battle the elements.











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35 thoughts on “Carmen Kass by Mark Pillai in Heat Seeker | Harper’s Bazaar UK June 2010”

  1. Oh jeez, how many editorials (and ad campaigns) like this are we going to see? The hot sun, dry desert, neutral palette thing is getting done to death. I’m just surprised there’s no Balmain. Also, her facial expression(s) is/are extremely repetitive in this shoot.

  2. Oh jeez, how many editorials (and ad campaigns) like this are we going to see? The hot sun, dry desert, neutral palette thing is getting done to death. I’m just surprised there’s no Balmain. Also, her facial expression(s) is/are extremely repetitive in this shoot.

  3. Oh jeez, how many editorials (and ad campaigns) like this are we going to see? The hot sun, dry desert, neutral palette thing is getting done to death. I'm just surprised there's no Balmain. Also, her facial expressions are extremely repetitive.

    • Yeah, we could use a little variety here. Like, maybe somebody could do a desert editorial, but use really bright clothes? Or maybe neutral styling in a really bright environment! Just a thought…

    • Yeah, we could use a little variety here. Like, maybe somebody could do a desert editorial, but use really bright clothes? Or maybe neutral styling in a really bright environment! Just a thought…

  4. Oh jeez, how many editorials (and ad campaigns) like this are we going to see? The hot sun, dry desert, neutral palette thing is getting done to death. I'm just surprised there's no Balmain. Also, her facial expressions are extremely repetitive.

  5. Oh jeez, how many editorials (and ad campaigns) like this are we going to see? The hot sun, dry desert, neutral palette thing is getting done to death. I'm just surprised there's no Balmain. Also, her facial expressions are extremely repetitive.

    • Yeah, we could use a little variety here. Like, maybe somebody could do a desert editorial, but use really bright clothes? Or maybe neutral styling in a really bright environment! Just a thought…

  6. I'm not really sure I get the styling here. Is it desert storm army inspired, or is it utilitarian workwear, or is it desert evening. Though I think these outfits are individually interesting I don't see a unifying theme, which is a problem with a lot of these "neutral" editorials in which stylists combine different stories to create one look that really isn't all that cohesive.

  7. I'm not really sure I get the styling here. Is it desert storm army inspired, or is it utilitarian workwear, or is it desert evening. Though I think these outfits are individually interesting I don't see a unifying theme, which is a problem with a lot of these "neutral" editorials in which stylists combine different stories to create one look that really isn't all that cohesive.

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