Tag: Aline Weber
Our favourite model of the moment Aline Weber has created a beautiful photoshoot with Vogue Spain and Photographer Victor Demarchelier inspired around the Blade Runner film. While Deckard and Roy are most prominent in the film, we’re pretty sure that Demarchelier looked to the character Pris, for his version of Blade Runner. Once more Aline Weber takes it in her stride, producing some stunning results.
Aline Weber – Model
Victor Demarchelier – Photographer
Brian Molloy – Fashion Editor/Stylist
Stacee Robert – Producer
Supermodel Aline Weber took on a new challenge this month as she modeled for Vogue Turkey as a Rodeo girl. Away from her smouldering Femme Fatale comfort zone, Aline Weber delivered an alluring, tough and beautiful shoot, showing just why she is such a fantastic model.
With photographer David Vasiljevic at the helm, Weber looks simply amazing, whilst still maintaining her signature style.
David Vasiljevic (Photographer)
Katie Mossman (Fashion Editor/Stylist)
Bok Hee (Hair Stylist)
Our favourite model of the moment, Aline Weber has created excellence once again. This time for Stockholm S/S/A/W Magazine with the photoshoot “Fall Fever”. The sensational model perfects the sophisticated Femme Fatale look partnering with model Hayley Clauson.
Aline Weber (model)
Hayley Clauson (model)
Kai Z Feng (Photographer)
Tom Van Dorpe (Fashion Editor/Stylist)
Erika Svedjevik (Hair Stylist)
Anya de Tobon (Makeup Artist)
Jakob Hedberg (Art Director)
Numero turns our new favourite model Aline Weber into the revered and ever beautiful mystery that is Medusa. The high fashion incarnation of this creature, relived by Aline Weber is simply incredible. A magnificent goddess and a magnificent model together as one.
Aline Weber – Model
Laurence Passera – Photographer
Sheila Single – Fashion Editor/Stylist
Christian Eberhard – Hair Stylist
Hiromi Ueda – Makeup Artist
We featured model Aline Weber as one of our favourite models of 2012 not too long ago in Aline Weber for Harpers Bazaar but it’s obvious that Vogue Japan agree, with this incredible photoshoot entited “The Girl Who Rocks The Planet”. Styled by fashion royalty Anna Dello Russo and quite frankly one of the greatest and edgiest stories we have seen this year!
Aline Weber – Model
Giampaolo Sgura – Photographer
Anna Dello Russo – Fashion Editor/Stylist
Davide Diodovich – Hair Stylist
This is one of the best quality videos of any show this season, and I’m glad it was from my favorite Paris collection. Link this to your TV and it’s almost as if you were there!
See the full show Jean Paul Gaultier Autumn Winter report via the link or visit the Beauty and backstage reporthere.
The Jean Paul Gaultier Autumn Winter 2012 collection was so strong, just one review simply would not do.
I was blown away by the hair and makeup team that created the fierce faces to compliment each strong piece that walked the runway. Makeup artist Stephane Marais referenced “glam women going out in the Eighties” when he created the beauty look backstage. A black liquid liner topped with dark grease paint was smoothed onto eyelids, and then using a small brush, Marais spread the color out, making it look as if it was worn overnight.
Hair was sprayed a few inches from the middle part down by Guido Palau for a grunge inspired feel. What I really loved were the diverse colors used when the clothing took a turn for the loud. Roots in copper and blue gave a pop that brought intensity, taking the … Read More »
This was definitely the show that blew all others out of the water at Paris Fashion week this season. While some argued that there were “no roots” to this collection, I strongly disagreed. There was a massive variety of looks, all were cohesive and beyond brilliant. The Velvet Underground and Nico were the perfect soundtrack to the 80′s punk inspired collection, transporting the audience to a rocker chic dream.
True to the line’s usual aesthetic, the mood was heavy with black, it’s gothic edge not forgotten in this extreme new direction of design. The show started off quiet, almost like a rumble in the distance signaling something bigger, something more frightening, something…. monumental. Although this made a few fans a bit uneasy, the grandeur of the collection was undeniable, always something for every woman. With every revolution, change must be made, and this new wave (pun … Read More »