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A Dolls House

May 27th, 2010 Posted by Janelle comments (45)

Solve Sundsbo‘s transforms Alessandra Ambrosio into a living doll for the debut issue of Industrie. In the Japanese cartoon doll inspired story, styled by Katie Grand, Alessandra is nearly unrecognizable beneath layers of white makeup and a platinum wig, the drastic change allows Ale, to take on a whole new character. In addition to Ale, the highly stylized story, also serves as a retrospective of Giles Deacon’s most striking pieces!

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45 Comments

  1. Mathew says:

    UNREAL!!!!

    there is no way that is Ale. WOW!!!

  2. AlanV says:

    Is that really her?
    She looks so different, like any other current model, and she’s doing it GREAT

  3. anlabe says:

    Solve Sundsbo already did something like this in 2008 with Anabela Belikova for Vogue Italia.
    I like it! Not Ale though.

  4. Chungkit says:

    Hot & insanely creepy (in a good way)… Go Alesandra! http://www.chungkitblog.wordpress.com

  5. cherish says:

    I absolutely LOVE it. wow alessandra is very versatile! I had no idea she could pull this hf look off. well not real surprised considering she has that amazing bone structure which can pull off many different looks. well done! Id love to see more of her this way.

  6. W says:

    Can recognize her in the 2nd photo
    the eyes;]
    incredible editorial, awesome

    http://williscrazy.blogspot.com

  7. edward says:

    Her eyes are VERY much photoshopped in this photos. She has really small eyes without make-up, but i’m happy she’s going in this direction. She has a great body.

  8. Mango says:

    This is creepy :D

  9. allaboutnewfaces says:
  10. Rhiannon says:

    Love this, but not really a fan of Ale.

  11. NyC says:

    Absolutely Stunning!!! Ale is hands down my favorite model out there. I am loving the mixture of high fashion and commercial work these days. Keep it coming.

  12. Michelle says:

    Sweet! White Queen meets supermodel! Face should have been more stoic, but it’s cool!

  13. Trevor says:

    wow it goes to show that VS model can be regular high fashion models…this is absolutley stunning…I thought it was Siri from far away

    http://trevofashionisto.blogspot.com

  14. Michael says:

    Suvi and Vlada did it better. Not bad though.

  15. Marcus says:

    That’s really HOT!

    http://www.fusionofeffects.com

  16. Charlotte says:

    work! this is fantastic! i as well love these high fashion/commercial crossovers!

  17. Johnson says:

    I don’t like this editorial. Looks like a test. Horrible. Alessandra is beautiful, but not in this story. Bad lighting, over retouching.

  18. Matheus says:

    I like to see how she is an extremely commercial model that can sometimes work her way into editorial content. I really loved her pre-Victoria Secret, I hope she continues to impress us with this type of work.

  19. Shanky says:

    unreal ! tremendous ! :) x

  20. Podesta says:

    Alessandra?

  21. muglerette says:

    looks very mert and marcus like…what they did wit tanya d. and vlada for pop with katie

  22. All about Models says:

    The editorial is gorgeous. Love it
    http://allaboutmodels.blogspot.com/

  23. Nádia says:

    WOW! I’m impressed! The editorial is AMAZING!!! So demoniac in a awesome way!

    http://myfashioninsider.blogspot.com/

  24. Joey says:

    At first, I was like ‘there is no way this is Ambrosio!!!’ But the second photo gives it away, because of the eyes and general structure of her face. But this is a really good editorial!!!!

  25. kemi says:

    Wow didn’t even think that was Alessandra the make up artist did well!
    http://kemichic.blogspot.com

  26. peter says:

    amazing

  27. gabriella says:

    you loked more beautifull as before

  28. TheWorst. says:

    So Beautiful!

  29. LeRene says:

    There is a fountain of beauty here.

  30. nok says:

    love make up:)

  31. Gustavo says:

    maybe they used photoshop so that she would look like a manga character.

  32. D. says:

    image 1 and 3 are insane but she looks computer generated and very unrecognizable. i am pro alessandra and other “curvier” models though.

    http://danielandjamie.wordpress.com

  33. peterModelObsessed says:

    The shots are Gorgeous, the styling is creepy beautiful. …..but I get the message of the story. This is the opposite of Alessandra. Alessandra is a very strong Supermodel/ woman that is and will always be in Control of her life career and image. Here, her alter Ego is a broken up Doll and a beautiful puppet. That’s how I interpret it.

  34. annie says:

    OMG! I like her!
    She looks so great… GO GIRL!

    http://laleluxury.blogspot.com/

  35. kim says:

    One word: WOW!

  36. Daniel says:

    Wow! Just beautiful!

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  38. marvoi says:

    AHHHHHMAAAAAAZZSZZINING!

  39. Yiska says:

    Unoriginal idea, which greatly falls short of its previous renditions. Sundsbo usually has very good photography but this is unimpressive, and badly edited, which may not be entirely his fault:

    http://community.livejournal.com/modelcouture/972208.html <- done 3 years ago.

  40. G.NataN says:

    Firt Time i see Alessandra no sexy, yes she cam, be a good model, and work conceituality, congratulations, for u don’t use u body, and yes yourr talent… the photos are unbelievable

  41. wendy-kristy says:
  42. TpC says:

    wow – i looked at the pic with the butterfly first and thought, wow, she looks like a robot or a doll… then i read the title… duh. amazing job all around!

  43. trevor12 says:

    Is it just me or does it not look like a M&M copy for Pop magazine?

  44. Ranier says:

    I loovve it!
    The 1st & 3rd shots are my fav!

  45. Claudia says:

    She isn’t my favourite model but photos are amazing…

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