Raquel Zimmermann for A. Brand Fall 2011 Campaign by Henrique Gendre

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 21, 2011

Autumn FoliageRaquel Zimmermmann retreats into the majestic wilderness for the fall 2011 campaign from A. Brand. Lensed by Henrique Gendre, Raquel poses in the Brazilian label’s elegant designs ranging from sequined skirts to lacy dresses.








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11 thoughts on “Raquel Zimmermann for A. Brand Fall 2011 Campaign by Henrique Gendre”

  1. Nice to see Raquel looking soft…so many editorials use her for the “tomboy” edgier look. Pretty!

  2. Nice to see Raquel looking soft…so many editorials use her for the “tomboy” edgier look. Pretty!

  3. Beautiful concept/set, and beautifully shot and styled, but Raquel looks really awkward. And not good awkward just too self aware, like she needs more direction or was given too much direction. It’s really odd!

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