April 12th, 2011 Posted by Janelle comments (25)

With her boundless energy and skill for posing mid-air Caroline Trentini has become synonymous with the Vogue studio editorial; it isn’t a proper issue of Vogue without at least one shot of Trentini jumping. Good thing the magazine’s latest issue features Trentini in two stories: the first a seasonal special by David Sims and Camilla Nickerson that pays tribute to the current fixation with all things mod and the second a preview of the Met’s McQueen extravaganza complete with stunning portraits shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Grace Coddington.

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  1. anlabe says:

    Yessss, i love Trentini

  2. Jordo says:

    I will forever love mod themed editorials. I adore that first Proenza dress.

  3. PeterModelObsessed says:

    Did she have a Nose Job? Or skinnier Cheeks?

    Better than Ever!

  4. Shannon Marie says:

    LOVE the last look. WOW. Grace and Steven did an amazing job as usual!!

  5. kayleaf says:

    Thanks for the HQ pics, Janelle. Glad to see Trentini back in action.

  6. Daniel says:

    OH she is so beautiful. i miss her

  7. D. says:

    She looks a lot like Stam in the first shot. She belongs in American Vogue!

  8. carola says:

    Yeah her face does look different. But I doubt she had a nose job or any other kind of surgery on her face, I don’t think she would mess with her face with such a successful career.

    Glad she’s not going anywhere yet!!

  9. Fabio Lage says:

    Love it!

  10. Shane Uk says:

    Trentini … always a atunner.

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  12. Jay says:

    she looks so much like stam in a couple of these

  13. Things I Like says:

    Joan Smalls, Karlie Kloss, Liya Kebede are other favourites of Vogue US, and sometimes Jourdan Dunn.


  14. Bertrand says:

    AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING!!! Love her so much!! She’s one of those Vogue’s editorials’ supermodels that we’ll always love to see working in!

  15. Nicholas says:

    What’s wrong with her waist on picture number 4? Too much of editing?

  16. G.Natan says:

    Do not like it, fell in the stillness, the beauty of it is already tired, already 70 years … and these photos … she has done jumping equals 500.
    But like a lot of Carol Trentini, she has a processing power of a chameleon, or urgently needs to reinvent itself

  17. jessicalynnh says:

    Surprise – Another American Vogue editorial that features a jumping model. See: every other issue of Vogue that AW has ever done, ever. Trentini looks great as always, but the clothes are a bit depressing and dowdy for April

  18. Phebe says:

    Disiking the way this is shot from the ground up; the first thing that catches my eye is the models feet, photographer is to blame for this.

  19. LD says:

    Whoa! What happened to all the dissenters? I was expecting everyone to get all fussy about the return of the jumping Caroline to US Vogue. I’m so glad, because it never bugged me in the first place.

    Can’t wait to see more of the McQueen shots.

  20. Tom says:

    Trentini needs to stop jumping around in Vogue.
    However, David/Camilla make it uber retro, to a time when Amercian Vogue was actually good and inspired by something other than sales goals. Trentini is still acceptable as she looks 17 but Come On and switch up the casting. Let’s see New Faces!
    Trentini Had to be in a McQueen showcase, she’s been in All His shows. Happy to see an elegant Trentini and not the typical girl next door.

  21. Ana says:

    She is just perfect! Trentini can do anything…

  22. Olivia says:

    Trentini <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

  23. DooDiva says:

    Caroline looks quite different from 2007 to now!

    She just look older in good way.

  24. K says:

    I love her facial expressions, but especially the one in the 1st shot!!! And her hand, too. It almost looks like she’s dancing. Like, I could’ve sworn I saw her move. That’s modeling, right there.

  25. MissNicole says:

    I’m confused by the last photo, doesn’t seem to fit the story. The rest is beautiful.


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