Moroccan Holiday

January 20th, 2010 Posted by Janelle comments (26)

Vogue Paris goes to Morocco with a special series starring Dree Hemingway, Lara Stone and Freja Beha Erichsen as a trio of stylish travelers. Styled by Carine Roitfeld and photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, the story is an especially chic variation on the tried and true travel editorial.






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  1. You! Me! Dancing! says:

    Great pictures!
    Vogue Paris rules!!!

  2. Mango says:

    Very beautiful. Impressed by all 3 of them.

  3. PeterModelObsessed says:

    Drees Hemingway is VOGUE! She dominates every frame she’s in, even against heavyweight veterans like Lara and Freja Beja. The shots really utilized Dree’s powerful profile, and her magical movements. All I can see is Dree.
    The story solidifies what Dree can become in the future!!!
    The third pic is not a good shot of Lara Stone. She look like a stuffed Burrito here, I love her still.

  4. PeterModelObsessed says:

    This is the most impressive story ive ever seen in a while. Kudos to Vogue Paris, They did set the bar on this one. This is when Genius people collaborate. Carine R and the amazing dou of Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Bravo!.
    perfect casting of Girls.

  5. A Vicarious Style says:


    She really knows how to rock those McQueen shoes!

  6. eric g says:

    yesssssssss alexander mcqueen shoews

  7. Samira says:

    Freja looks stunning in this editorial. I’m really liking the style + make-up and especially Dree is convincing. Great

  8. Nora lovely says:

    i love love love it.

  9. Creative Opulence says:

    Very nice muted, milky color tones. Throwing those Mcqueenadillos in the mix throws the story off a little though. Those shoes are a little too futuristic for a story like this.

  10. person says:

    This editorial belongs to Dree!

  11. Nigel S. says:

    The images look great.

    Though, they do look like the women of the Texas Polygamist Ranch gone Haute…
    Especially that first shot.

    Love it though..great images indeed.

  12. PeterModelObsessed says:

    The Story, indeed belongs to Dree, with support from Beja and Lara Stone.

    ” An American Girl in Morocco ” should be the Title.

  13. PeterModelObsessed says:

    “Those shoes are a little too futuristic for a story like this.”

    It’s the Juxtaposition of Older Traditions and the Future.

    That’s what and should be, VOGUE is all about. Selling a Dream.

  14. Lila says:

    Wow, I hate to say it but Lara looks freakin’ ridiculous in the third shot. So awkward, her chest is about to pop and wow, it’s just bad. Dree is the star in this, clearly.

  15. miyoshi says:

    Oh yes, we need more fashion editorials like this. Its exciting and just amazing. I loooove. Great photography and casting.

  16. PeterModelObsessed says:

    Dree is effortlessly Chic, Dramatic and Feminine here.

  17. Clau says:

    Lovely Freja. I cannot help byuing Vogue France, regardless how forgotten my high school french is, pictures are worth the bucks!

  18. carola says:

    Cool, I even like Dree in this one. Very nice, especially Freja.

  19. Maria says:

    LOVE IT historical issue

  20. rrraul415 says:

    Beautiful! I&V should do more location shoots.

  21. Hind says:

    this great fashion editorial makes me proud to be a morrocan girl bravoo!lovely daylight in Marrackech isn’it?

  22. Alisa says:

    Oh my goodness! I’ve stayed in that very house!

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  24. peterModelObsessed says:

    Dree’s the Best!

    Love her dedication to modelling and fashion.

  25. Chance says:

    I think Dree is good. gorgeous face but shes no Caroline Trentrini..she can’t pose to her finger tips…her fingers/hands need to be more elegant

  26. Millie Jamilla says:


    The models look amazing, the clothes are beautiful, the head gear, is awful. It’s almost trying too hard to be Moroccan. Moroccan fashion is about romance, colours, beauty, silks, dark mysterious smoky eyes, gems. Moroccan fashion speaks timeless royal beauty. It has hidden depth which the fashion world has yet to see. Love the shoot and love Vogue.



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