Isabella ballerina: a model’s dual personas

Unless she’s Coco Rocha doing an Irish jig down the Jean Paul Gaultier runway, a model’s talents beyond being physically beautiful can often go unrecognised. But when Maayan Ziv photographed fresh-faced beauty Isabella, signed to Ford models, he wanted to capture her dual talents as both a model and a professional ballerina.

The result is a hybrid of classical costume and contemporary fashion. Stylist Valeria Vald adds ballet slippers to denim shorts, or pairs converse all-stars with a tulle tutu. Natalie Ventola adds soft makeup and topknots-gone-messy in Ziv’s delicately beautiful portrait.

isabella ballerina

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Isabella by Maayan Ziv
Isabella by Maayan Ziv
Isabella by Maayan Ziv
Isabella by Maayan Ziv
Isabella by Maayan Ziv
Isabella by Maayan Ziv

View the shoot of Isabella by Maayan Ziv at the gallery above.

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