Raquel Zimmermann by Henrique Gendre | Animale Fall 2010 Campaign

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 26, 2010

Raquel Zimmermann returns as the face of Animale‘s fall 2010 collection with a campaign by Henrique Gendre that is truly mysterious. Tapping into her inner explorer, the blonde takes to desolate caverns and stairwells in the Brazilian label’s most recent advertisements.







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36 thoughts on “Raquel Zimmermann by Henrique Gendre | Animale Fall 2010 Campaign”

  1. I feel like they could have done much more with this setting. But I suppose that the owners of the cave wouldn't let them stray off the path at all for risk of causing damage.

  2. I feel like they could have done much more with this setting. But I suppose that the owners of the cave wouldn't let them stray off the path at all for risk of causing damage.

  3. I feel like they could have done much more with this setting. But I suppose that the owners of the cave wouldn't let them stray off the path at all for risk of causing damage.

  4. Er er er not really understanding this one… the clothing designs look like a rip off of mcqueen and ashish. and the photography…. oh god the photography! very awkward, the entire campaign 🙁

  5. Er er er not really understanding this one… the clothing designs look like a rip off of mcqueen and ashish. and the photography…. oh god the photography! very awkward, the entire campaign 🙁

    • Tottally wrong, my friend. This was made in Brazil, in Devil's Cave, Caverna Del Diablo para usted, at 280 Km from São Paulo. Far, far away from Mexico. Don't speak out loud what you don't know.

    • Tottally wrong, my friend. This was made in Brazil, in Devil's Cave, Caverna Del Diablo para usted, at 280 Km from São Paulo. Far, far away from Mexico. Don't speak out loud what you don't know.

    • Tottally wrong, my friend. This was made in Brazil, in Devil's Cave, Caverna Del Diablo para usted, at 280 Km from São Paulo. Far, far away from Mexico. Don't speak out loud what you don't know.

    • Tottally wrong, my friend. This was made in Brazil, in Devil's Cave, Caverna Del Diablo para usted, at 280 Km from São Paulo. Far, far away from Mexico. Don't speak out loud what you don't know.

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