Put On A Happy Face!

Kristina Salinovic brings her dimples to the pages of Vogue Paris in an unusually upbeat story by David Sims. Cheerful girls smiling and jumping seems worlds away from what we expect to see in VP, but we can’t help but be won over by Kristina’s enthusiasm. Emmanuelle Alt‘s precision styling hones in on a series of coveted pieces, from Dolce & Gabbana omnipresent star prints to a chic¬†Balmain¬†jumpsuit.

  1. “Whenever models are seen smiling, it generally means recession”

    This is my favorite comment of the day. I’m going to tweet this.

  2. i think shes really beautiful, as is the ed, but just too much smiling. im sure lots of people will disagree with me but it would have been nice to see some variation and not smile after smile, although i guess it fits the feel of the editorial

  3. This, compared to any of the Trentini/US Vogue jumping/smiling editorials, is simply perfection. Anna Wintour, Please take note.
    In fact, while I do not feel Emmanuelle Alt fits too well at Vogue Paris I believe she would do really well at Vogue US, Anna Wintour – WATCH OUT

  4. Kristina Proves once more she is a super model in the making, from meilsel to Sims Kristina is the real deal. Love the smiles, Love the styling, love the imagary, thnis is one of the most original editorials i have seen in a long time!!

    Also love the quote “Whenever models are seen smiling, it generally means recession”


  5. it’s all about context.

    i’d like to see some of the energy from this editorial mixed in with sally singer’s T magazine in the other post – it has such beautiful casting but is so dour in photo editing.

    while VP is so bland the past few issues – it could use some of sally’s mix.

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