Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Ode to Irving Penn - Caroline Brasch Nielsen

Photographer Olivier Stahlmans creates a stunning portfolio of poetic imagery featuring Danish top model Caroline Brasch Nielsen for New York Magazine's May 2014 issue. Master photographer Irving Penn and his wife and muse, Swedish model Lisa Fonssagrives, serve as the inspiration for "Fluid Silhouettes." Fashion Editor Veronica Misako Gledhill selects head-turning statement pieces from the Spring/Summer 2014 collections of Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Prada, and Giorgio Armani with an emphasis on contrasting textures and dramatic silhouettes. Twenty year old Brasch Nielsen's raw natural beauty is on full display sans hair and make-up styling as she channels the grace and elegance of Fonssagrives with Stalmans monitoring every minute detail. Discovered in 2010 while lunching at a pizzeria in her native Copenhagen, Brasch Nielsen found herself on the runway weeks later at Balenciaga's Fall/Winter 2010 show. Brasch Nielsen's versatile unembellished beauty has proven to be her drawcard, gracing the pages of a diverse array of publications including Dazed & Confused, Dansk, W, Interview, and the American, British, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, German, French, and Italian editions of Vogue. Campaigns for Valentino, Marc Jacobs, Chloé, cK Calvin Klein, Sonia Rykiel, Oscar de la Renta, Burberry Black Label, Uniqlo, and H&M are an indicator of this Great Dane's wide market appeal.

New York Magazine - May 2014
Photographer - Oliver Stalmans
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New York Magazine - May 2014
Photographer - Oliver Stalmans
Source - facebook.com/chungkitblog

New York Magazine - May 2014
Photographer - Oliver Stalmans
Source - facebook.com/chungkitblog

New York Magazine - May 2014
Photographer - Oliver Stalmans
Source - facebook.com/chungkitblog

New York Magazine - May 2014
Photographer - Oliver Stalmans
Source - facebook.com/chungkitblog

New York Magazine - May 2014
Photographer - Oliver Stalmans
Source - facebook.com/chungkitblog

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