The Cat Pack

November 17th, 2008 Posted by Janelle comments (11)

Mario Testino recreates early 60s Hollywood glam for Vogue. Transforming Catherine McNeil, into a latter day Ava Gardner and placing her alongside Don Draper himself, Jon Hamm. The colorfully cinematic editorial plays out like scenes from a movie and is the perfect showcase for the duo’s matinee idol good looks.

Catherine McNeil (Next) and Jon Hamm by Mario Testino for Vogue US

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  1. N.S. says:

    Very charismatic and refreshing shoot. It’s nice to see Catherine’s effort better translate to the photography..coming into her own.

  2. Keesean says:


  3. ferguson says:

    i met him this weekend. nicest guy! and, yes, hot.

  4. Janelle says:

    ferguson, I would love to hear details!! So jealous!

  5. Alejandro says:

    Cat is undoubtedly gorgeous and stunning on the cat-walk and in person. Yet., she still doesnt work for me as and editorial girl and this spread has done nothing to change my mine, sorry Cat.

  6. luvem says:

    I kind of agree with Alejandro. She has movie star looks which makes this shoot ideal for her, but in other editorials, she lacks a kind of freshness and model versatility. And I think her beauty translates even worse on the catwalk.

  7. velina says:

    hmmm…. if catherine’s beauty doesnt translate through her editorial work then why would Testino place her on an exclusivity contract?

  8. joyridejaunt says:

    Cat is so hot. But this editorial doesn’t do her justice. ALthough i think it has a lot to do with the styling.

  9. unfashionvictimized says:

    Thankgod American Vogue is rejoicing beautiful women, shes a cool Cat ,especially when the fashionistas think ugly is cool , Catherine and American Vogue proves them all wrong. Congrats Anna Wintour !!!

  10. ryder says:

    fashion doesnt think ugly is cool. at least not in this moment.

  11. Krista says:

    I still think ugly is cool

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