Warrior Woman

June 3rd, 2011 Posted by Janelle comments (16)

Sebastian Kim takes Hailey Clauson to an otherworldly place in the latest Numero with a tribal story styled by Charles Varenne. The combination of fierce accessories made from feathers and bone and inventive hair and makeup by  Diego Da Silva and Maud Laceppe transforms Hailey’s delicate beauty. The story makes for a wonderful showcase for Hailey and the season’s appealingly savage pieces.

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  1. kenny says:

    give this girl the entire gucci campaign

  2. yurmamma says:

    NOW that is tribal!

  3. Fanny says:

    I don’t really like the first pic, but I LOVE the rest!

  4. bruna says:

    wow she looks like adriana lima

  5. olivia says:

    she looks like dapgne groeneveld

  6. herhyr says:

    she are miks from gisele milla J.and Lara

  7. garry says:

    she looks so much like the goddess adriana lima

  8. Herculano says:

    looks like adriana lima, all the waaay; especially in the 5th and last photo.

  9. Nádia says:

    Loving the hair style a looot!!!


  10. Sally says:

    I agree! This is tribal! Love it.

  11. Daniel says:

    I think this is way better than Daphne’s editorial.Now THIS is tribal inspired.
    I really hope she scores a campaign this season.She’s very fierce.

  12. Blair says:

    Where is that studded jacket from?! I’m in love.


  13. Lotte says:

    Not bad … certainly dosnt do any justice compared to the amazing tribal pictures of Kelis in Acopella … now that is a true example of tribal warrior!

  14. ludo says:

    Hailey is amazing!!

  15. Simone says:

    Although fashion claims not to be political, how can thin, white models ethically put on head-dresses, and so-called ‘appealingly savage’ costumes without acknowledging the racism implicit in such wearing? What is truly savage is the white-washing going on in every magazine, claiming ‘tribal’ as a ‘trend’. Designers are not ‘paying tribute’ to ‘exotic’ cultures by appropriating their jewelry and clothes. Everyone outside the fashion world is acknowledging how ridiculous and offensive it all is. How can those inside the fashion industry be unresponsive to such critique? “Fashion isn’t political” just isn’t a good enough answer.

  16. Antonio Barros says:

    Amazing work! Fabulous model and great photography! 🙂


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