The Dance

July 31st, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Isabeli Fontana.
Steven Meisel.
Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele.
Vogue Italia.

The Brazilian bombshell flamencos onto the cover of Vogue Italia with an expressive shot that showcases her peerless posing ability. No one moves quite like Isabeli so it’s no wonder Meisel enlisted her for his spirited tribute to Maria Felix. Dancer Timo Nunez joins Isabeli for the image and editorial, adding a sensual energy to the images and showcasing some jaw-dropping moves in Gordon von Steiner‘s accompanying film.

See the full story and film on Vogue.it

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Psychedelic Versailles

June 12th, 2014 |Posted by Matthew

For their latest fragrance commercial, Dior continues its collaboration with some of the hottest names in the film industry. Following Sofia Coppola and Natalie Portman’s girlish videos for the Miss Dior fragrance, the storied French fashion house tapped indie visionary Harmony Korine, of Kids (1995) and Spring Breakers (2013) fame, to shoot campaign star Sasha Luss in a hypnotic promo for the brand styled by Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele. The clip, at just over a minute, combines found-footage aesthetics, digital animations, and a sampling from South African rap duo Die Antwoord to conjure a psychedelic scene. Sasha, barefoot in Raf Simons’ Spring ‘14 couture collection, revels like Alice in Wonderland lost at Versailles, striking a winning balance for the brand’s fresh yet classic look.

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Sport Authority

June 5th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Adriana Lima.
Steven Meisel.
Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele.
Vogue Italia.

Nothing beats a supermodel on the cover of Vogue Italia and Adriana delivers in her first ever cover. With the legendary Carlyne styling and a sporty theme showing off the Adri’s boxing skills this issue is a must for Lima aficionados.

View a special Gordon von Steiner video of the shoot on Vogue.it

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Shayk Shack

October 21st, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

When a model crosses over from the sexy market to the editorial pages the end result is always a compelling mix of high fashion gravitas and red, hot sensuality. Irina Shayk has always handled both sides of the business admirably and since her Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele styled Vogue debut back in 2012 she’s been on a roll. With her latest work Irina ups the ante;  snagging the first Vogue cover of her career. Irina shines in Giampaolo Sgura‘s classically minded shot for the November issue of Vogue Espana. Naturally that isn’t the only place you’ll find her this month – open up the latest VMan to see the Russian beauty quicken pulses in Sebastian Faena‘s sensual story, or glimpse inside Bazaar to see Irina star Carine Roitfeld’s modern day take on Romeo & Juliet.

 

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Vogue Espana | Ph. Giampaolo Sgura | Fashion Editor - Claudia Englmann

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Harper’s Bazaar | Max Von Gumppenberg & Patrick Bienert | Fashion Editor - Carine Roitfeld

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V Man |  Sebastian Faena | Fashion Editor - Julia von Boehm

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Blonde Ambition

May 2nd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Blondes really do have more fun, Naomi Campbell shows the world why she will always be fashion’s reigning diva with a spirited story by Tom Munro (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) in the latest Vogue Brasil. With platinum blonde locks and heaps of attitude, Naomi rocks out in a daring selection from legendary stylist, Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele. Munro provides the sleek imagery, while Naomi brings the sexy 90s style ensembles to life with her trademark posing.

See the full story, along with a look at a host of other Naomi goodies on Vogue Brazil’s website.

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A Tale of Two Kates

November 2nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Lately it seems like everyone has an opinion on Kate Upton and usually it is a strong one. There are those who say she’s bringing classic curvaceousness back to fashion, those who find her nouveau-pinup schtick grating and of course there are her legions of adoring fans. Fortunately, the only opinions that matter at the end of the day are those of the photographers, stylists and editors who keep falling under her spell. The latest Uptonite is of course Steven Meisel, a man who knows a thing or two about what makes a model great. Meisel features Kate’s ample charms in the latest issues of Vogue Italia and American Vogue, a feat that would be a coup for any model, but for Upton it takes on a special signifigance. Love her or hate her she’s sticking around and is going to be a part of some beautiful imagery.

View the entire Kate Upton feature – complete with video – on Vogue.it

Kate Upton by Steven Meisel, styling by Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele, Makeup – Pat McGrath, Hair – Oribe / Images – Vogue.it


Speaking controversial Kates, the one and only Kate Moss surfaces on the cover of Vanity Fair looking resplendent in new shots from Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. It is rare for VF to feature living celebrities on their covers, but that is a testament to Moss’ enduring crossover appeal – even those with no interest in fashion know the legend and mystique that is Kate. Odds are that many of those same people will be lining up to find out more about Miss Moss when her autobiography / picture tome hits bookstores. Kate has always maintained an air of mystery (this is the woman who famously gave one word answers in a post-scandal interview) but she sets the record straight on certain subjects in VF, which makes this a must read.

Take a look back at Kate’s 25 year career on Vanity Fair’s slideshow | Read the Interview on VF.com 

Kate Moss by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for Vanity Fair / Images – Vanity Fair

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Lovely Loulou

February 28th, 2012 |Posted by betty

Because of their admirable policy of working with models over 18, the power duo of Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin‘s usual subjects are the biggest supermodels around. News that there’s a fabulous new face captivating them is exciting and who better to tell her story than I+V themselves? How they expound about her is as eloquent as their iconic images.

“Imagine that we asked the technician at our 3D imaging company the following:

Remember Penélope Cruz in Jamón, jamón?
Remember Isabelle Adjani in L’eté meurtrier?
Remember Andie MacDowell in Four Weddings and a Funeral?
Remember Sandrine Bonnaire in Sans toit ni loi?
Remember Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman?
Remember Helena Christensen in… everything?
And remember Kate Moss naked?

Now imagine that he morphed these seven goddesses into one irresistible concoction of feline femininity. Out comes… LouLou- French and 19, what more could you want?”

Digitally inserted into some of their most well known shoots, Loulou is styled by Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele. See the full story below and pick up V Magazine’s biggest March issue ever this Thursday at newsstands everywhere.

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Major League

February 24th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

The way Stephen Gan tells it, the story behind V Magazine‘s Sports Issue extravaganza starring Stephanie Seymour is the stuff of fashion legend. “Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele came by V a few days after New Year’s and talked about running into Stephanie Seymour in St Barts over the holidays and said how amazing she looked,” Gan tells MDC “48 hours later, I was standing in a studio and here she is…. fresh from her beach holiday, all sun-tanned and gorgeous!”

Have a look at Sebastian Faena‘s scuba-chic shots of the always iconic Miss Seymour (view the full story on VMagazine.com) be sure to check out V’s Sports Issue when it hits newsstands Thursday March 1st!

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