Coco Rocha: burning against the blue

As well as for her beauty, Coco Rocha is known for the expression and personality she brings to any shoot. The former dancer has a wide repertoire of poses and fierce facial expressions that the right photographer can play to and bring forth.

Rayan Ayash did that for Schon magazine in this shoot, titled lumiere bleu. Edgy, androgynous styling by Andrew Holden is complimented by a hairstyle that turns Rocha’s fiery coloured hair into a literal flame-shape. Her makeup, too, is pink and smokey. Rocha’s fiery qualities are contrasted perfectly by cool blue-grey backdrops and neutral coloured clothes.

Coco Rocha Schon magazine

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
lumiere bleu by Rayan Ayash for Schon! 22
lumiere bleu by Rayan Ayash for Schon! 22
lumiere bleu by Rayan Ayash for Schon! 22
lumiere bleu by Rayan Ayash for Schon! 22
lumiere bleu by Rayan Ayash for Schon! 22
lumiere bleu by Rayan Ayash for Schon! 22

With art direction by John Paul Tran, you can view the full shoot by clicking on the gallery.

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