Yumi & Senait Model Marc by Marc Jacobs for Wonderland Shoot by Thomas Whiteside

Joanna Elizabeth


Published June 18, 2014


Updated March 16, 2021


Out of Control, Baby–The summer issue of Wonderland takes a look at the fall-winter 2014 collection from Marc by Marc Jacobs, the first season designed by Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley for the brand. Thomas Whiteside captures the photo shoot which stars Yumi Lambert and Senait Gidey in the motocross slash Victorian inspired designs. Stylist Matthew Josephs dresses the girls in the two very different influences which stand out against the gritty city setting. / Hair by Dennis Devoy, Makeup by Sam Addintgton








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1 thought on “Yumi & Senait Model Marc by Marc Jacobs for Wonderland Shoot by Thomas Whiteside”

  1. Yumi models Senait under the table in this shoot; quite embarassingly really. Yumi looks editorial while Senait looks like she’s at an Old Navy shoot.

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