Coco Rocha by Chris Nicholls for Flare February 2012

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published January 20, 2012

Crazy for CocoCoco Rocha brings her signature charm and energy to the February cover shoot of Flare Magazine. In front of Chris Nicholls’ lens, Coco sports a mix of ladylike and edgy looks selected by fashion editor Elizabeth Cabral. Wearing pieces from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Erdem, Miu Miu and Ashley Rowe; the Canadian beauty wows with her marvelous poses.








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13 thoughts on “Coco Rocha by Chris Nicholls for Flare February 2012”

  1. These are all so different, but I love them all together.  For some reason all the different photo styles seem to make sense somehow.  Could be it’s Coco’s awesome posing.

  2. I really dislike the photography- in the first picture after the cut her face blends right into her neck, it looks as if she has no jaw on one side!  The black & whites are fair though.

  3. Coco Rocha could be an actress in any one of these shots, it looks a bit like a movie still. She always brings something more than a smile and pose. You think, “is she modeling or is she acting” its a game, and only she knows the rules. Love her. The editing is terrible though, ugh

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