Cintia Dicker Delivers Strength & Grace for the Cover Shoot of Plaza Kvinna September 2012



Published August 29, 2012

The Cintia Story – Brazilian beauty Cintia Dicker (Marilyn NYC) covers the September issue of Plaza Kvinna in striking images lensed by Christopher Schmidt. Styled by Christian Classen, Cintia shines in strong, luxurious selects from Michael Kors, Valentino, Gucci, Donna Karan, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Emilio Pucci and others. / Production by Gabriel Rey

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8 thoughts on “Cintia Dicker Delivers Strength & Grace for the Cover Shoot of Plaza Kvinna September 2012”

  1. Looks like an ADvetorial more than an editorial. The clothing is classic and great to see the likes of Miss Dicker back on the pages of publications again, but the lighting seems off and crops are distracting.

    • no, not just you. i saw it too.

      shame on FGR for promoting photographers/producers that steal art! some of these shots are exact knock offs.

      • WHOA, the only thing different is the styling. She looks really cool but the set design, the way this is shot, and retouched and produced is obviously trying so hard to be a copy cat. I can’t believe FGR actually didn’t notice and posted anyways.

    • As much as every look has been styled to perfection I can’t resist from noticing the obvious blatant copycat in producing this. We as photographers complain and judge about the negative changes in the industry. It is clear from this ill produced shoot what we are heading towards if we don’t think out of the box. Great work to the glam squad on this and all photographers and producers in the field with original concepts. As above, shame on these guys.

  2. I am a commercial photographer and have done work for Vogue Italia to drop only one name and I would like to add to the discussion; when a paying client hands you tear sheets and says do this… protesting as an ‘artist protecting art or trying to art direct over the already sketched job doc’ means – very often – a scathing bad mouth blast from the CD and in worst case being black listed as difficult. I have been handed cleanly shot black and white images that look like so many other shots- to duplicate and the only reason some one hasn’t yelled THEIF! is because so many others have done the same lighting and tonality. When we are looking at personal art and not commercial art I have a totally different opinion.

    Given that a fashion shoot is coordinated by a AD, CD, set team, stylist, makeup artist and hair stylist, a model or two a fire or two or three etc… the photographer’s just a member of a large team working together to make a client happy (on time)… who also has a vision and expectation.

    Given the quality of the the GA shoot this is a great example of a skilled team creating the same feel across the board.  Just like the immitations of every other great setting fashion takes hold of; like Mad Men for just one example.

    • the difference between a great shoot and an ‘imitation’ is that this shoot we are discussing is verbatim a replica and not just inspired. The word THIEF is used when a photographer or director doesn’t take the opportunity to make an inspiration their own and cop’s out by replicating an advertising image from a year ago. if it is a replica, give credit where credit is due.


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