Victoire Mac-Dauxerre by Jacques Habbah for Grey S/S 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 22, 2011

Fashion editor Moreno Galata works with photographer Jacques Habbah for the spring-summer issue of Grey Magazine. Starring Victoire Mac-Dauxerre in a Charles Anastase feature, the sweet and light images juxtapose minimal fashion with natural beauty.








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19 thoughts on “Victoire Mac-Dauxerre by Jacques Habbah for Grey S/S 2011”

  1. she s a very good model – huge potential – it s just awful lightening – bad photo that s it poor victoire .. she deserves better …

  2. I think the stiffness in her poses is initial and likely what she was directed to convey. I like this shoot, different than your run of the mill editorial! Victoire is so striking.

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