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“L’héroïne” by Greg Kadel, with Sarah Brannon

 

Discover the fashion story “L’héroïne” by Greg Kadel, starring Sarah Brannon.

Dress and tiara, SAINT LAURENT PAR HEDI SLIMANE.

Coat and dress, LANVIN. 

Top, skirt, and shoes, LOUIS VUITTON. Earrings, NEW YORK VINTAGE. Socks, FALKE.

Coat, CHANEL. Beanie, NEW YORK VINTAGE. Necklace, ALEXIS BITTAR. Harness, ZANA BAYNE.

Coat, CHANEL. Beanie, NEW YORK VINTAGE. Necklace, ALEXIS BITTAR. Harness, ZANA BAYNE.

“Bar” jacket, DIOR. Necklace, ZANA BAYNE. Belt, NEW YORK VINTAGE. 

Top, skirt, and shoes, LOUIS VUITTON. Earrings, NEW YORK VINTAGE. Socks, FALKE.

Coat, LANVIN.

Dress, FENDI. Earrings, NEW YORK VINTAGE. Socks, FALKE.

 

 

Realisation: Charles Varenne assisted by Hester Hodde and Sanna Fried. Model: Sarah Brannon from Oui Management. Haircut: Neil Moodie for Windle&Moodie chez D + V Management. Make-up: Fulvia Farolfi for Chanel from Bryan Bantry Agency. Manucure: Holly Falcone for Tom Ford Beauty from Kate Ryan. Digiital: Ryan Due from Capture This. Touch-up: Revolver NYC. Production: Ernesto Qualizza.

 

 

Discover the fashion story “La geisha” by Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello, starring Guinevere Van Seenus.​

Discover the fashion story “Sacré cœur” by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, with Liuk Bass, Adrien Lesueur, and Amaury Mouquet.

 

Discover more fashion stories in the spring-summer 2016 Numéro Héroïnes, available now in newsstands and on iPad.

 

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