Isabeli Fontana And Laís Ribeiro
By Mark Segal For Lui Magazine

Lui No.9 - Juillet/Aout 2014
Lui No.9 - Juillet/Aout 2014
Lui No.9 - Juillet/Aout 2014
Lui No.9 - Juillet/Aout 2014

Isabeli Fontana and Laís Ribeiro styled by Anna Joseph and photographed by Mark Segal for the July issue of Lui. View more images after the break (warning: nsfw).


Paris S/S 2015:
The Brazil Gang At Givenchy


Biggest Brazilian contingent in Paris this season: Adriana Lima, Alex Cunha, Lucas Loyola, Caian Maroni, Alexandre Valotto, Leticia Altenbernd, Lucas Cantão, Diego Fragoso, and Isabeli Fontana. My favorite Givenchy show since the birds of paradise collection. Watch it on video after the break.


Team Brazil By Gordon Von Steiner For Vogue

Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrósio, Isabeli Fontana, and Raquel Zimmermann talk about soccer and Brazil in a video for the June issue of Vogue directed by Gordon Von Steiner.


Raquel, Adriana, Alessandra And Isabeli
Are Team Brazil For Vogue


Raquel Zimmermann, Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrósio, and Isabeli Fontana photographed by Steven Meisel for a World Cup feature in the June issue of Vogue. If you are wondering why Caroline Trentini isnt’t in the picture, it is because she was in Rome shooting a story for the same issue with Peter Lindbergh and Grace Coddington.


The Fashion Magazine Covers On
Newsstands In Brazil This Month


Aline Weber, Ana Beatriz Barros, Isabelli Fontana, Izabel Goulart, Renata Kuerten, Barbara Beluco, and Rhayene Polster by Jacques Dequeker for Vogue Brazil. It is not a bad cover per se but everything about it sounds fishy to me. First off, it reads “Class of 2014,” and I am deeply sorry but that is the class of 2000 in the picture. The correct class of 2014 would be Amanda Wellsh, Waleska Gorczevski, Mariana Santana, and Cris Herrmann, but of course no one bothered to hire a casting director to get this done correctly. It should just read “The Girls Of Mega” instead because it is certainly not a mere coincidence that every single girl on the cover and on the fold out are represented by Mega, and that they are all wearing Dior. Also, I don’t even get why there is a fold out when a cover with Aline, Ana, Isabelli, and Izabel would have been stronger without it.


Lindsay Ellingson by Nicole Heiniger for Elle Brazil. I thought I was never going to say this, but that is too much leopard print even for me. That and the styling is just incredibly weak and tired (not to mention the fact that it looks like Lindsay’s head is out of place).


Actress Fernanda Lima by Fabio Bartelt for Harper’s Bazaar Brazil. Love the blue background, that it’s finally not Thairine Garcia on the cover for a change, and that they made Fernanda Lima look cool and sophisticated.


Paola Rahmeier by Paulo Vainer for L’Officiel Brazil. Best cover of the magazine so far. No funny text, pretty hair and make up, and a Dolce & Gabbana dress. Hope they can keep it up and start cleaning the image of the past two years.