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PreFall & Pre-Fails

January 11th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Two pre-fall looks we love, two pre-fall looks we don’t.
The collections dissected with commentary- every other day till the pre-season wraps.

LOVED ITDEREK LAM
This look isn’t reinventing the wheel, but Derek made the whole sage utilitarian thing look so luxe on Caroline Brasch Nielsen that we can’t help but love it. Wearable, practical and completely in line with the pre-fall aesthetic.

WTF?!BALENCIAGA
The problem with being a consumate trendsetter is that sometimes you’re just too ahead of the curve. Nicolas Ghesquiere has perfectly approximated what we’ll all be wearing post-apocalypse, right down to the multiple hats and protective gloves. We can barely see the lovely Marte Mei van Haaster beneath all this!

LOVED ITNINA RICCI
Who can argue with perfection? This dramatic Nina Ricci number looks couture worthy on Josephine Skriver.

OIC…STELLA McCARTNEY
When Stella McCartney labeled herself “too sensible” earlier in the week we failed to see the problem, however after viewing these glorified long johns we’re starting to understand where she’s coming from. There is a time and a place for thermal underwear and pre-fall is not it. Even Marique Schimmel can’t pull off Snuggie-chic.

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Heavy Hitters

August 11th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

i-D Magazine brings out the big guns for the covers of their Pick Me Up Issue, enlisting modeling superstars Gisele BundchenRaquel Zimmermann Natasha Poly, Lindsey Wixson and newcomer Riley Keough to give winks on the cover.  Inside the issue you’ll find pieces on Harry Potter alum, Emma Watson, alongside editorials featuring Caroline Brasch Nielsen, Guinevere Van Seenus and more.

To keep up with all things Pick Me Up – check out i-D Online

 

Caroline Brasch Nielsen by Laura Sciacovelli fashion editor Charlotte Stockdale

Emma Watson by Mariano Vivanco

Guinevere Van Seenus by Karim Sadli

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INXS

August 3rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Glamour. Intense, over the top, excessive glamour. We asked for it and Numero delivered with a hard edged shoot by Sean and Seng starring Caroline Brasch Nielsen. The fashions are daring: floor length gowns, statement jewelry and mile high heels abound. The location is stunning: check out that bluer than blue water, and Caroline delights in every shot.

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The Method

July 5th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Modeling and acting have always crossed paths, but Daniel Jackson takes the connection to the next level with his latest for Acne Paper. Some of the industry’s freshest faces get a bit of dramatic training for Jackson’s camera: Julia Saner, Anais Pouliot, Taras Koltun, Caroline Brasch Nielsen, Kate King, Iris Egbers, Alexander Beck and Colinne Michaelis clutch scripts, do table reads and put on a full show, while wearing pieces pulled by Mattias Karlsson. With each model displaying a full range of emotion and Jackson’s stark black and whites setting the mood, this is one story Strasberg could be proud of.

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Stark & Lovely

April 19th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Knoepfel & Indlekofer bring Caroline Brasch Nielsen into their black and white world, with a chic story for Vogue Russia. Styled by Veronique Didry, the shoot features Caroline looking androgynous with short dark hair and a streamlined wardrobe of sleek seasonal wares. A studded leather jacket, a few Vuitton tops and a those unforgettable Prada stripes: that is all it takes to make Caroline look like the epitome of cool.

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Campaigning

January 12th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Campaigns. We can’t get enough of the Spring ads. Unlike previous seasons where an overarching theme repeated through several campaigns, S/S 2011 is all about individuality; whether that means smart city chic ala DKNY’s clean ads featuring Heidi Mount and Kori Richardson, or all out fantasy as in the butterfly filled, Lindsey Wixson ads for Alexander McQueen. Some campaigns keep true to the spirit of the collection – Louis Vuitton’s chinoiserie motif repeats in the Steven Meisel helmed campaign, while others go in bold new directions. Armani’s refined collection is given a styling update in the ads by Nick Knight, the addition of a turban on Elisa Sednaoui gives the look more drama.

Even the simplest campaigns seem to have different moods this season; both Valentino and Calvin Klein go for black and white purity, but Valentino’s feminine David Sims shots of Caroline Brasch Nielsen, Julia Saner and Freja Beha Erichsen, are the exact opposite of CK’s austere Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott images of Lara Stone.

Heidi Mount & Kori Richardson for DKNY

Lara Stone for Calvin Klein

Raquel Zimmermann, Freja Beha Erichsen & Kristen McMenamy for Vuitton



Elisa Sednaoui
for Armani

Lindsey Wixson for Alexander McQueen

Julia Saner & Caroline Brasch Nielsen for Valentino
Also featuring: Freja Beha Erichsen

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Spring Awakening

December 15th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

S/S Campaigns are trickling in and from the looks of it we can expect an exciting and inventive season of fresh ads. Two of our favorites to debut are from houses who consistently provide great imagery.

Juergen Teller creates a colorful romp for Marc Jacobs’ ads, featuring Caroline Brasch Nielsen and Masha Kirsanova. Wearing straw hats and bright 70s inspired looks from the collection, the duo looks reminiscent of Jodie Foster in Taxi Driver.

Givenchy’s spring ads by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott are minimal and stark – in contrast to last season’s bright poppy colors. The campaign featuring Daphne Groeneveld, albino male model Stephen Thompson, Iris Strubegger and of course, Mariacarla Boscono.

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Less Is More

December 9th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Russia might be known for over the top escapades (just take a look at the current cover’s Balmain overload) but the magazine is best when it keeps it simple. Case in point, Anthony Maule‘s elegant black and white shots of Caroline Brasch Nielsen, a relatively to the point editorial filled with strong shapes, clean lines and great poses. Géraldine Saglio‘s styling captures the allure of minimalist glam, while showing off a few incredible jewels from the likes of Tiffany and David Yurman.

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