Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Exclusive Interview - Yumi Lambert

The Spring/Summer 2013 season was defined by an aspirational type of beauty which had casting directors, designers and stylists on the look out for newcomers whose looks were not only distinct but more so compelling. Seventeen year old Yumi Lambert with her hybrid mix of Belgian and Japanese heritage perfectly encapsulated the mood for the season. The seventeen year old green-eyed, elfin-like beauty emerged as one of the standout newcomers of the season with riveting appearances at Marc by Marc Jacobs, Prada, Fendi, Missoni, Miu Miu, Yohji Yamamoto, Christian Dior and Chanel. Represented globally by modelling powerhouse IMG, Lambert is well positioned leading into the Fall/Winter 2013 season having scored a coveted spot in the Chanel Spring/Summer 2013 campaign alongside industry veteran Stella Tenant and fellow teen sensation Ondria Hardin. Lambert took a breather from her frenetic schedule to chat exclusively to Inoubliable Model Army about being the first Belgian to star in a Chanel campaign, the pros and cons of runway "exclusives", and modelling's great escape.

Yumi Lambert
Photographer - Unknown
Source - thefashionspot.com


Inoubliable Model Army: Hi Yumi, you must be buzzing following your stunning debut season with a total of 25 show bookings. How did you feel overall about your debut outing and what were the highlights of the season for you?
YL: Hi! I was really excited and nervous about my first season but I was also so happy to be a part of it all. For me there were many highlights, beginning with Marc by Marc Jacobs in New York and then literally every show I did in Milan and Paris.

Inoubliable Model Army: You possess one of the most striking and original faces that the modelling industry has seen in eons. Tell us a little about your background and how you got into modelling?
YL: I'm from Belgium and am a quarter Japanese from my dad's side. I'm 17, soon to be 18 in April and started modelling when I was 15. I was not really discovered or scouted, but instead went into an agency myself and asked if I could be a model. I hope to model for a long time and to continue to grow and progress more.

Inoubliable Model Army: Your bi-racial looks have drawn comparisons to former top model Devon Aoki. Are you familiar with Devon and how do you feel about the comparison?
YL: Yes, of course I know of her but not personally. I think she is a really beautiful woman and I'm really happy that people associate me with her. I only hope to have achieved a similar success by the end of my career.

Inoubliable Model Army: You look amazing both on the runway and in print. Do you have a presence for either and what would be your dream assignment?
YL: Thank you, I really like both. The runway gives off a really incredible energy while print work offers something totally different but I love it. I would love one day to be a Victoria's Secret Angel, it's a little bit of a dream for me and one of the reasons why I started modelling in the first place.


Yumi Lambert
Photographer -Unknown
Source - thefashionspot.com

Photographer - Unknown
Source - thefashionspot.com

Devon Aoki
US Harpers Bazaar - Unknown
Photographer - Patrick Demarchelier
Source - thefashionspot.com

Dazed & Confused - February 2013
Photographer - Pierre Dubescherre
Source - visulaoptimism.blogspot.com

Inoubliable Model Army: The major breakthrough point for you this past season was your exclusive appearance at Prada. What did the casting process entail and when did you find out that you had been confirmed?
YL: The casting process was really long because there were a lot of girls in attendance (one day I spent the whole time at the casting) and it involved overall three days of castings and fittings. I discovered that I was confirmed the day after the casting and I was really excited!

Inoubliable Model Army: Do you feel in general that "exclusives" are good /bad for  a new model's career and why?
YL: I think that exclusives for a new model's career is not really the best thing because often times people don't even realise that a girl may be up for an exclusive and instead presume that we are not really working due to lack of visibility through other clients. So I don't feel that exclusives are perhaps the best thing in the beginning of a model's career.

Inoubliable Model Army: How was it coming into the shows as a newcomer and did you form friendships with any other models?
YL: Yes I met many girls. Modelling is a job where we are far away from our family and friends so it's really important to form new friendships so that we are not forced to be alone which would be no fun for anyone!

Inoubliable Model Army: What are the biggest misconceptions about models and the industry?
YL: This is really not an easy job, yes it is easier than some other jobs but in this profession we don't get to see our family, friends or boyfriend sometimes for months. Also when we are feeling tired, we can't say "sorry it's not possible today...", and instead we need to project a happy and fresh attitude.


Prada - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Marcus Tondo
Source - style.com

Missoni - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Filippo Fior
Source - style.com

Miu Miu - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Monica Feudi
Source - style.com

Inoubliable Model Army: What aspects of modelling do you like or dislike most?
YL: I really enjoy visiting and seeing a lot of countries. I also like modelling because when I'm working, I'm not really thinking about the rest of my life. It's kind of provides an escape, kind of like when people go dancing. As for my dislikes, I don't get to see my old friends very much, maybe one day per month. Models are every time in different countries and I am always having to say no to a lot of familial events. Sometimes also, a job may be confirmed only a day before, so then you have to cancel all personal engagements with family and friends. 

Inoubliable Model Army: You recently landed a major coup - the Spring/Summer 2013 Chanel campaign shot by Karl Lagerfeld alongside models Stella Tenant and Ondria Hardin. How did you feel to be shooting such an prestigious campaign for such an iconic fashion house?
YL: Shooting the Chanel campaign was amazing! The shoot took a long time because we had to have all the hair and make-up ready before Karl arrived, but after it was a really fast and stress free process to take the pictures. Stella was amazing and I think that Karl is happy with the campaign. It's difficult for me to describe because for me it was like a dream come true plus I am the first Belgian to ever appear in a Chanel campaign.

Inoubliable Model Army: What are your goals and hopes for the future?
YL: I hope to model for as long as possible and if I had to stop, I would like to remain in some aspect of the fashion industry.

Inoubliable Model Army: What makes you "Inoubliable" (Unforgettable)?
YL: I think my green eyes and being Asian, and also my personality (I'm staying every time myself, I don't try emulate other girls). I look like a little doll and I love to play with this but I can also look really strong in some pictures. Also even though I am young, I can be really mature, professional and am able to talk about everything.


Yumi Lambert
Photographer - Unknown
Source - rapax.com

Photographer - Charlotte Abramow
Source - charlotteabramow.blogspot.com

Stella Tenant, Ondria Hardin & Yumi Lambert
Chanel - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Karl Lagerfeld
Source - thefashionspot.com

For more information on IMG Model Management, please log on to www.imgmodels.com

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The Power of One

Supermodel Joan Smalls blows the ball out of the park with Prabal Gurung's latest Spring/Summer 2013 campaign offering. Shot by photographer Daniel Jackson and styled to the hilt by Tiina Laakkonnen, the campaign images draw inspiration from the geometric and biomorphic sculptural works of Indian born British artist, Anish Kapoor. Smalls fits the label's aesthetic perfectly with Gurung declaring to British Vogue of his muse, "I have known Joan for a while now and every time I am with her she continues to impress me. Aside from her obvious beauty, she is so sharp, witty and just really gets it. This season was about celebrating the woman we design for, that woman who has an innate ability to command attention, but in a subtle way - the woman who does not need fashion to garner attention, but rather uses it to enhance what is already there. Joan in so many ways epitomises this." The campaign's black and white studio images depict Smalls with elegantly swept back hair and a serene expression whilst emanating a powerful and purposeful presence. 

Joan Smalls
Prabal Gurung - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Daniel Jackson
Source -fashiongonerogue.com

Prabal Gurung - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Daniel Jackson
Source -fashiongonerogue.com

Prabal Gurung - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Daniel Jackson
Source -fashiongonerogue.com

Prabal Gurung - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Daniel Jackson
Source -fashiongonerogue.com

Opposites Attract

French Numéro brings together the contrasting beauty of Next Model Management's Julia Frauche and Daniela Braga for an editorial lensed by Sebastian Kim. Entitled "Blood Sisters", the editorial plays on the duality of the sophisticated, womanly allure of Frauche and the lightly simmering sultriness of Sao Paolo native Braga. Stylist Charles Varenne decks out Frauche in black ensembles with just a hint of the dominatrix while Braga plays the ingenue in pristine white looks from the Spring/Summer 2013 collections of Givenchy, Balenciaga, Dolce & Gabbana, and Lanvin. Frauche and Braga show true modelling prowess in conveying a harmonious feeling of discord between the duelling blood sisters. The angularity of Frauche's features are balanced perfectly by Braga's softer and rounder visage, creating a visual disharmony that is in perfect unison with the editorial brief.

Daniela Braga & Julia Frauche
French Numéro - Issue 140
Photographer - Sebastian Kim
Source - visualoptimism.blogspot.com

French Numéro - Issue 140
Photographer - Sebastian Kim
Source - visualoptimism.blogspot.com

French Numéro - Issue 140
Photographer - Sebastian Kim
Source - visualoptimism.blogspot.com

French Numéro - Issue 140
Photographer - Sebastian Kim
Source - visualoptimism.blogspot.com

French Numéro - Issue 140
Photographer - Sebastian Kim
Source - visualoptimism.blogspot.com

French Numéro - Issue 140
Photographer - Sebastian Kim
Source - visualoptimism.blogspot.com

French Numéro - Issue 140
Photographer - Sebastian Kim
Source - visualoptimism.blogspot.com

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Exclusive Interview - Esther Heesch

Sixteen year old German newcomer Esther Heesch blitzed a lightning trail through the Spring/Summer 2013 collections with 20 blue chip show appearances in Milan and Paris alone. The statuesque 179 cm blonde-haired, green/blue-eyed ingenue led a cavalcade of German newcomers down the runways for Spring/Sunner 2013 with key note appearances at Prada, Jil Sander, Miu Miu, Chanel, Balenciaga, Chloé and Valentino. Represented by mother agency Modelwerk in Hamburg and Next Model Management globally, Heesch has been able to successfully navigate the demands of school with a growing list of plum assignments including shoots for Interview, Vogue Japan and Wonderland with Patrick Demarchelier, Sharif Hamza and Michael Hauptman respectively, in addition to a slew of Spring/Summer 2013 ad campaigns for Valentino, See by Chloé and Closed. Inoubliable Model Army caught up with Heesch during the recent Berlin Fashion Week shows, and discovered an endearing and super sweet personality whose focus, determination and genuine appreciation of her unique circumstances will ensure her a loyal following amongst fashion's elite in years to come.


Esther Heesch
Photographer - Thomas Babeau
Source - behance.net

Inoubliable Model Army: Hi Esther, congrats on a stellar Spring/Summer 2013 season. How are you feeling now that you have had a chance to unwind completely?
EH: Thank you very much! I am really happy that the season went so well and I am feeling as good as I felt before the show season.

Inoubliable Model Army: Tell us a little about yourself; how old are you, where are you from and what are your ethnic origins?
EH: I turned 16 in September, just before the shows started, which was good. Part of my family is from Denmark, but my sister, brother and I were born in Lübeck. It's a small city in the north of Germany very close to the Baltic sea. In Summer, you can go swimming and surfing which is great! The city is not as big as the cities that I go to for work so it's a nice change!

Inoubliable Model Army: How long have you been modelling for and how were you discovered?
EH: I started modelling a few days before Christmas in 2011. I was shopping in Hamburg when someone asked me if I wanted to try modelling and I said "yes", which I think was a good decision!

Inoubliable Model Army: You landed on Top 10 Newcomer lists for W Magazine, COACD, models.com and styleminutes.com! Did you anticipate such a positive response and are you able to recall any highlights from your experiences this past show season?
EH: No, I didn't expect it at all. But I am really glad things are good for me at the moment. The whole Fashion Week was a highlight in itself, but I will never forget opening for Valentino!

Valentino - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Yannis Vlamos
Source - style.com

Vanessa Bruno - S/S 2013
Photographer - Yannis Vlamos
Source - style.com

Jil Sander - S/S 2013
Photographer - Yannis Vlamos
Source - style.com

Inoubliable Model Army: Fashion Week can be a pretty nerve-wracking and exhausting couple of weeks. How did you cope with the pressures of show season and was it difficult coming into castings as a relatively new face? What were your coping strategies?
EH: I just went to the castings and tried not to think too much about what would happen or not. If there was a problem, I would call my agency or my family!

Inoubliable Model Army: The modelling industry is at times a daunting and very adult world in which young individuals are forced to either sink or swim. What are your views in the CFDA's recent ban on models under the age of 16 on fashion's runways and how have you dealt with the pressures imposed on you by modelling?
EH: That's a good question. I try to stay calm at any time. For me, age isn't always an indicator of maturity. But in my opinion, I think 16 is a good age to start modelling.

Inoubliable Model Army: What do you enjoy most about modelling and what career path would you have chosen if modelling hadn't chosen you?
EH: I'm still in school so I haven't chosen a definite career path yet. What I love about modelling though is the fact that you travel a lot. In October, I was in Sicily for a shoot and in the morning we could go swimming in the Mediterranean sea!

Inoubliable Model Army: You mentioned you are still attending school. How do you manage to juggle school commitments with modelling?
EH: My friends and teachers help and support me a lot. I try as best to catch up on everything I miss!

Wonderland - September 2012
Photographer - Michael Hauptman
Source - models.com

Elle Denmark - November 2012
Photographer - Oliver Stalmans
Source - models.com

D la Republica - December 2012
Photographer - Jason Hetherington
Source - models.com

Elle Denmark - November 2012
Photographer - Oliver Stalmans
Source - models.com

Inoubliable Model Army: A big support throughout the shows comes from the friendships formed with fellow models. Did you have time to form friendships with any other model and did you enjoy the backstage camaraderie?
EH: During Fashion Week I met lots of nice people from many different countries. I really enjoyed talking to them and sharing experiences.

Inoubliable Model Army: There has been a recent surge in German models doing really well including yourself, Franzi Mueller, Elena Bartels, Josephine Van Delden, Kati Nescher and Lena Hardt. What do you feel are the factors contributing to the current popularity of German models?
EH: It could be the stereotype: the punctuality of Germans haha!

Inoubliable Model Army: Who has been the biggest support to you throughout your modelling career and what is the most valuable modelling advice anyone has offered you?
EH: My greatest support is my family! As far as advice where modelling is concerned; always have a big breakfast before you leave your hotel/apartment during fashion week as the chance that you are going get the opportunity to eat again later that the day is very limited. It's also very important to always be on time (no matter what the appointment) and reachable by your agency especially during the shows as there can be a lot of spontaneous changes!

Inoubliable Model Army: You've recently appeared in a spate of editorials for German and Japanese Vogue, Interview, Wonderland and Achtung. How was it working with the legendary Patrick Demarchelier for Interview?
EH: Working with Patrick was amazing! I was so excited anyway, as it was my first time in New York City. Patrick is very precise and gives great instruction. You can really tell he has envisaged the final pictures in his mind when he shoots. I hope to work with him again. Also, seeing Karl Templer again who styled the shoot was very cool, and a week later we shot the Valentino campaign together! 

Interview - December 2012
Photographer - Patrick Demarchelier
Source - models.com

Henna Lintukangas & Esther Heesch
Tush - November 2012
Photographer - Armin Morbach
Source - thefashionspot.com

Stina Rapp Wastensen, Nathalia Oliveira & Esther Heesch
Japanese Vogue  - February 2013
Photographer - Sharif Hamza
Source - thefashionspot.com

Photographer - Julian Niznik
Source - julianniznik.com

Inoubliable Model Army: A massive congratulations on scoring a spot in the Valentino campaign shot by industry icon Sarah Moon! Sarah's imagery often has a dreamy, restrained quality to it. How did Sarah communicate the brief for the campaign and her vision, and what did you learn or take away from the overall experience?
EH: The first thing that comes into my mind is the impressive set at Valentino with amazing white colours and gorgeous interiors. Just by being on set you could feel the mood for what the concept of the shoot was about. It made me feel like a creature from a snowy fairy tale. Sarah is a very professional and super kind woman, and spoke to the models in a really kind way. Basically all the big name photographers, stylists, and hair and make-up artists I have worked with have been really nice - no one has had the stereotype "diva attitude" that you might come to expect from fashion industry superstars... maybe that's the key to success.

Inoubliable Model Army: What are the biggest challenges that you feel you face as a model?
EH: Existing on little sleep and standing for hours, but I don't want to complain ;-).

Inoubliable Model Army: How do you feel that the modelling industry has changed you (if at all)?
EH: I have gained lots of new experiences and the industry has definitely made me more autonomous.

Inoubliable Model Army: What are your hopes and dreams for the future both in modelling and beyond?
EH: I would like to stay as happy as I am now.

Inoubliable Model Army: What makes you "Inoubliable" (Unforgettable)?
EH: That's a very tough question. I just turned 16 and haven't really had time to kind of "understand" the success... less than a year ago I had my first test shoot and now I'm giving interviews and backstage people are screaming my name. It's really exciting and it goes so fast! I think what makes me "Inoubliable" though is that I've never changed myself for this job, getting superficial or arrogant for example. I'm just the person that I always was and people either like that or not... I think modelling is a very big opportunity and I'm so thankful that everything is going so well! Having people such as your agency and clients believe in you is very flattering!

Achtung - September 2012
Photographer - Markus Pritzi
Source - models.com

Esther Heesch & Linus Gustin
Closed Campaign - S/S 2013
Photographer - Benjamin Alexander Huseby
Source- thefashionspot.com

Valentino Campaign - S/S 2013
Photographer - Sarah Moon
Source - valentino.com

See By Chloé - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Glen Luchford
Source - models.com

Special thanks to Julian Niznik and John Roggendorf from Modelwerk Hamburg. For more information on Modelwerk, please log on to www.modelwerk.de

Unchartered Territory - Premier Model Style

Anyone who has ever had the slightest interest in models or fashion would be well familiar with the supermodel phenomenon of the late Eighties and early Nineties. A select coterie of models led unabashedly by Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford, leapt off the pages of high fashion glossies and entered into the public's mainstream consciousness via television commercials, music videos, lifestyle shows and an avalanche of fashion-related projects. Certainly, the supermodel era would never have transpired had it not been for the spectacular DNA of Stephanie Seymour, Claudia Schiffer, Tatjana Patitz, Helena Christensen et al., however the voracity with which the phenomenon took flight owes much to the collaborative and strategic efforts of the model agents, designers, photographers, fashion editors and stylists who transformed these living dolls into fully fledged personalities with unprecedented celebrity clout.

Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell & Christy Turlington
Photographer - Roxanne Lowitt
Source - thefashionspot.com


Pioneers of the supermodel movement include Elite Model Management's John Casablancas and Monique Pillard, Ford Model's Eileen and Jerry Ford, Marilyn Gaultier of Marilyn Model Management, and last but certainly not least, the formidable founders of Premier Model Management Carole White and Chris Owen. Established in 1981, Premier Model Management played an integral role in the career trajectories of models whose star power was such that they were identifiable simply by first name. White and Owen spearheaded the branding of models with the launch of the first fragrance and make-up lines for Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford, a denim line and much ballyhooed book deal for Naomi, the now highly collectible Hasbro supermodel doll range, the infamous Vauxhall Corsa "Supermodel" car campaign, and the Fashion Cafe franchise endorsed by Claudia Schiffer, Elle MacPherson, Christy and the ubiquitous Naomi. Owen was also instrumental in immortalising the lip-synching antics of the magnificent five; Naomi, Christy, Linda, Tatjana and Cindy in the minds of the model enlightened public with the production of George Michael's epic "Freedom" music video directed by David Fincher.

Elle MacPherson, Claudia Schiffer & Naomi Campbell
Fashion Cafe Launch
Image courtesy of Getty Images
Source - modelinia.com

Freedom Music Video Stills
Artist - George Michael
Starring - Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington,
Tatjana Patitz & Cindy Crawford
Director - David Fincher
Source - music.aol.com

Claudia Mason
British Vogue - June 1993
Photographer - Sante D'Orazio
Source - thefashionspot.com

Premier Model Management unveiled modelling's shroud via various television related projects including "Models Close-Up" - one of the industry's first credible documentaries on supermodels directed and produced by photographer David Bailey, and more recently Premier's model search reality series "Model Behaviour" and the channel 4 series "Model Agency", which chronicles the inner machinations of life within Premier Model Management's London headquarters. With the advent of the internet and its far reaching global accessibility, Premier Model Management are now stepping up its game, venturing into unchartered territory with the launch of the industry's first modelling mobile phone app "Premier Model Style" launched through iTunes. The application provides a labyrinth of information on Premier's modelling talent, as well as insider tips on fashion trends, hair and make-up, and lifestyle advice from Premier models, photographers, fashion bloggers and industry experts. Premier's Director of Scouting Anthony Gordon is on hand to offer his tips on wardrobe essentials while former nineties supermodel Claudia Mason puts her years of modelling expertise to use with advice on the all important off duty model uniform.

Premier Model Style
Image courtesy of Premier Model Management
Source - itunes.apple.com

Premier Model Management
Founder Carole White (front row centre) & Director of Scouting
Anthony Gordon (back row far left)
Image courtesy of Premier Model Management
Source - belleabouttown.com

Premier's managing director Chris Owen sheds light on the agency's ethos and the significance of the Premier Model Style app keeping in sync with modern technology and social constructs, "Models are compelling and relevant fashion and style opinion leaders, Carole and I have always championed this concept at Premier and wanted to develop an app that showcases model style, trends and opinions. We believe showcasing all of the above is of huge interest to a vastly growing sector of fashion aware and media savvy youth. The internet and modern mediums like social networks have been extremely influential in allowing an audience to interact with talent and it is these platforms that give models a very powerful voice in both on-line and retail fashion and style. We definitely see this as an on-going project with new content featuring Premier models, being updated and released after the international fashion collections twice a year." With the gradual demise of the supermodel phenomenon, the next step towards rekindling interest in models resides perhaps in making the modelling industry and indeed the previously unattainable beauty ideal of models more relatable and accessible to the public. Either way, Premier Model Management intends to remain at the forefront for the next phase in the evolution of the supermodel phenomenon.

Carole White & Chris Owen
Founders of Premier Model Management
Image courtesy of Premier Model Management

Inoubliable Model Army is delighted to announce its collaboration with Premier Model Management on a series of exclusive interviews with Premier Modelling talent. For more information on Premier Model Management, please log on to www.premiermodelmanagement.com. More information on Premier's Model Style app is available via the following link, http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/premier-model-style/id587322160?mt=8

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Street Talk

With the Fall/Winter 2013 collections just around the corner, Love Magazine takes to the streets of London and New York featuring the Britain's it girls  and the most talked about models of the Spring/Summer 2013 season. Photographer Angelo Pennetta taps into the frenetic energy of London and Manhattan with a cast of aspirational beauties including Cara Delvingne, Edie Campbell, Lily McMenamy, Pixie Geldof, Georgia May Jagger, Stina Rapp Wastenson, Ondria Hardin, Magdalena Jasek, Ruby Jean Wilson, Holly May Saker, Kremi Otashliyska, Janice Alida and Meghan Collison. Stylists Sally Lyndley and Victoria Young kit out the models in graphic monochromatic ensembles from the Spring/Summer 2013 collections of Prada, Louis Vuitton, Stella McCartney, Michael Kors and 3.1 Phillip Lim. From the eclectic line-up of faces, I'm most excited to see Stina Rapp Wastenson, Ondria Hardin, Magdalena Jasek, and Meghan Collison pounding the pavements of the very cities that they will be carefully navigating in the month ahead.

Cara Delevingne
Love - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Angelo Pennetta
Source - thefashionspot.com

Stina Rapp Wastenson & Magdalena Jasek
Love - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Angelo Pennetta
Source - thefashionspot.com

Ruby Jean Wilson & Kremi Otashliyska
Love - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Angelo Pennetta
Source - thefashionspot.com

Edie Campbell
Love - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Angelo Pennetta
Source - thefashionspot.com

Meghan Collison
Love - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Angelo Pennetta
Source - thefashionspot.com

Lily McMenamy & Holly May Saker
Love - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Angelo Pennetta
Source - thefashionspot.com

Janice Alida & Pixie Geldof
Love - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Angelo Pennetta
Source - thefashionspot.com

Ondria Hardin & Georgia May Jagger
Love - Spring/Summer 2013
Photographer - Angelo Pennetta
Source - thefashionspot.com