Law Enforcement

Don’t mess with Brooke Shields and Elaine Irwin, the two modeling legends lead an all star cast in Bruce Weber‘s campy extravaganza for Vogue Paris. Starring as a pair of femme fatale police officers, the duo shoots guns, puts down criminals and looks fierce while doing so. Candice Swanepoel joins Brooke and Elaine for the high drama send up of television’s kitschy soaps and she looks right at home next to her supermodel co-stars. All in all the story is a dash of much needed humor and Joe McKenna‘s styling is pitch perfect, who knew Versace could look so good next to police blues?







  1. I love Brooke Shields.

    I see the rest of this and its wonderful and funny. Clearly Brooke is an actress, she’s able to put her acting skills, humor and supermodel looks combined together.

    Candace is just beautiful. Reminds me of Cameron Diaz in her “Mask” days.

    Elaine Irwin looks like one of those West Palm Beach beauties who married Rich and never have to work for the rest of their lives……LOL

  2. the original cop story was so much better. Bruce shot it for Lumo Vogue in 1994 it was HOT. Can’t find it online.

  3. Elaine and Brooke are just beyond beautiful! Each wrinkle of their faces has a story to tell and its amazing that they’re back! thank you Carine once again =)

  4. It’s just me or VS girls are really in demand this season, first the unusual casting at Prada with Alessandra, Miranda and Doutzen, the at Giles Alessandra, Karolina (former VS), Rosie, Izabel and knos this story in Vogue Paris with Candice, however I’m loving this trend..

  5. the original cop story in l’uomo vogue had tully jensen and jason shaw. definitely much better. candice is a poor choice as she can’t act.

  6. it has got a little erotic thing in the picture’s which excites me.
    P.S. love pics were people are being followed(you can see the emotions really good they make strong faces)

  7. Love it and loving Candice (Shout out for South Africa), work it girl! The VS girls trend must continue!

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