Film | Camille Rowe by Daemian Smith & Christine Suarez for Gravure

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 14, 2011

Camille from Daemian & Christine on Vimeo.

Lady in Red – Directors Daemian Smith and Christine Suarez capture Camille Rowe in this super sensual film for Gravure Online. Wearing fiery red ensembles styled by Kathryn Typaldos, Camille can stop anyone in their tracks with those enchanting looks.

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5 thoughts on “Film | Camille Rowe by Daemian Smith & Christine Suarez for Gravure”

  1. The thing I like about fashion films is, they’re all so different–no Hollywood type formulas.  This one seemed to have a “dynamic posing” approach, which I really liked.


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