Heather Marks by Paul Schmidt for Marie Claire Italia May 2012

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 26, 2012

Hotel CaliforniaHeather Marks takes a turn as a redhead for the May issue of Marie Claire Italia as she takes a road trip that goes from desert to sea. Fashion editor Raffaella Campeggi pieces together a wardrobe of sixties inspired pastels featuring the designs of Rochas, Fendi, Dior and others in Paul Schmidt’s dreamy images. Soft curls by hair stylist Sebastien le Corroller and bronzed skin by Marie Lanne perfect the vintage looks.













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6 thoughts on “Heather Marks by Paul Schmidt for Marie Claire Italia May 2012”

  1. The best editorial with the desert/motel/muscle car/pool theme in a long long time.  It just feels natural and nothing feels cliche.

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