Technologic

Vogue takes on the pastel trend with a spirited story by Raymond Meier featuring Anais Pouliot. Accessories take center stage as Elissa Santisi breaks out the big guns with pieces from YSL, Prada and Proenza. A wide arrange of luxurious tech add-ons also feature, because who doesn’t need a Valentino case for their Blackberry?

As always Anais brings her combo of girlish sweetness and sensuality to the table, making her first only girl Vogue story a standout.

MAKEUP Fulvia Farolfi | HAIR Akki Shirakawa

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  1. Anais has grown so much as a model. I remember at the beginning of her high fashion career, she seemed really insecure, but I now see a strong sexy woman subtly oozing in confidence. Even around her model pals with uber edgy appeal, she still manages to stand out. Props.

  2. I've seen great work from Raymond Meier in the past, but this doesn't represent his best work. Flat lighting, superficial concept and rather phony in execution. Let's don't celebrate artificiality and weak imagery.

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