Lydia Hearst by Jean-François Campos for Flair October 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 20, 2011

Rodeo LadyLydia Hearst takes to the rodeo in Jean-François Campos’ on-location shots for the October issue of Flair Magazine. Captured in the rodeo capital of Bandera, Texas, Lydia brings some high glamour to the gritty occupation with sophisticated looks from labels such as Versace, Miu Miu, Fendi, Christopher Kane and Louis Vuitton styled by Avena Gallagher. With pinned up hair by Benoit Moeyaert and flawless makeup by Jenna Menard, Lydia seduces her rodeo lover. / Casting by Natalie Joos, Produced by Rachel Stein








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9 thoughts on “Lydia Hearst by Jean-François Campos for Flair October 2011”

  1. I don’t really get it.  At first I thought with those Versace prints, I could totally see where it was going.  Then it lost me.

    Although the last pic on the first page (on the horse with the cowboy) is pretty sexy, I must say.

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  2. I’m disappointed by this photo shoot. High fashion shoots are often fantasy meets reality, and yes, I can see some of that here. The storyline is great, but the actual shots mixed with the reality of the scenery is so obscure that it loses me. I love high fashion, the impracticality of mega high heels in the most random of places and anything-but ready-to-wear designs in settings like parking lots and city bridges. Beautiful! But really? Gold sequins and face masks outside a roping pen? That model looks photoshopped into a couple of those shots. Love some of the outfits, but there is seriously something wrong with the styling, hair, makeup, dress choices in this shoot and I’m not buying it.

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