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It’s grey and white checks and sexy thigh-high suede boots for Anaïs Pouliot on the cover of Vogue Thailand. The modern-meets-mod cover is striking in composition with the full length shot of Anais and grey and pink colour palette.
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If you needed an excuse to pick up a copy of Glass Magazine’s spring 2013 issue, then you may just have found it in the form of Anais Pouliot. Gorgeously styled with glittering eyes and red lips, sometimes in Burberry’s stunning metallic bodysuit and sometimes in nothing at all, Bojana Tatarska’s shoot Little Girl is, in two words, sensual and beautiful.
A grainy black and white video of Anais Pouliot being naturally gorgeous is enough to make Oysho’s fall 2012 lingerie collection ultra desirable. There’s a romantic simplicity to the film, which accompanies the colour photo campaign of Anais.
This fall 2012 look book feels like it could have come from a small, boutique lingerie brand: simply photographed, ultra pretty. Marry that with the manufacturing prowess of Zara and you have Oysho, a brand also owned by the giant Inditex. Hence the on-trend styles turned out at low price points. Fall has it covered from the soft and lacy to the minimalist, colour-blocked and…
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Nostalgic, dreamy and sensual. If my German is up to scratch (and a quick Google translate search says it is – in this case, anyway) then those are the qualities Horst Diekgerdes’ latest shoot for Vogue Germany is aiming for. Set on the scenic shores of the Siethen lake in Germany, it perfectly scores the trifecta. Julia von Boehm’s styling of victory rolls, knit stockings…
When the ability to find practical application in the styling of a shoot fails to matter, you know it’s a visual success. Like this shoot featuring Anais Pouliot: you won’t walk away looking for a plumed Centurion’s helmet or meters of shredded bandages to add to your stable of wardrobe pieces. But that certainly doesn’t make the shoot any less enjoyable to behold. Beautifully styled…
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The Louis Vuitton fall 2011 campaign has something for everyone: vintage cars, cute puppy dogs and even cuter models, their sweetness belied only by teeny hemlines and those fetishy peaked caps we saw on the runway earlier in the year. Now here’s a taste of how the campaign was put together with a behind-the-scenes video narrated by Marc Jacobs himself.
Last we admired Anais Pouliot she was the quintessential French beauty in Numero. This shoot for Vogue Russia could almost be an extension of that one, with similar poses, similar sensuality, similar use of nudity; except now Anais’ character has entered a darker realm. From boudoir to some opulent opium den setting, the exotic silks and kimonos are a running oriental theme through many an…
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If all Anais Pouliot needed to claim the title epitome of French beauty was a milkmaid braid, a sensual pout, and a pet poodle, then claim the title she shall. Pouliot was actually born in Quebec, Canada but I think that still qualifies. Her shoot for Numero issue 123 hints at those qualities of fantasy and sensuality that we’d come to expect from the likes…
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