Oct 01, 2014 /
Sep 30, 2014 /
Amanda Wellsh adds single girl stories in Lui, Interview Germany, and Numéro to her already impressive list of editorials this season. It had been a long time since a new Brazilian girl made such an editorial impact in only one year, especially when you consider that she also graces the cover of both Interview Germany and Numéro.
From top to bottom: Lui magazine photographed by Glen Luchford and styled by George Cortina, Interview Germany shot by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by Klaus Stockhausen, and Numéro photographed by Txema Yeste and styled by Belén Casadevall. View more pictures from the editorials after the break.
Aug 04, 2014 /
The retouching is definitely on the heavy side, and the story feels like it came from the same mood board used for the June issue of Vogue Russia with Amanda Wellsh, but still I think it is a strong cover for Vogue Brazil, and the accompanying story styled by Yasmine Sterea is certainly the best in the August issue of the magazine.
Mar 06, 2014 /
I have no idea of what is the actual relation between the location and the clothes, and the art direction with the gold logo feels a bit juvenile and lacks taste, but that being said this is still my favorite Colcci ad campaign in a very long time. It is great to see Gisele back, and I hope the brand taps Giampaolo Sgura again next season so that its image starts feeling more cohesive.
Dec 23, 2013 /
Posted in Amanda Wellsh, André Bona, Arezzo, Bob Wolfenson, Cris Herrmann, daiane conterato, Elle Brazil, ffw mag, Giampaolo Sgura, gisele bundchen, Gustavo Zylbersztajn, L'Officiel Brasil, Mariana Santana, marlon teixeira, News, Paulo Martinez, triton, Vitorino Campos, Vogue Brazil
< / Next >