Aline Weber For Numéro Tokyo


Aline Weber lands the cover of the June issue of Numéro Tokyo, photographed by Sebastian Kim.

Cosmo Or Vogue?


If that were the April cover of Cosmopolitan and not Vogue Brazil, it might have worked. As a Vogue Brazil cover, the only thing that works is the choice of model. Love seeing Aline Weber on the cover, especially after the great season she had.

Remodeling The '70s





Raquel Zimmermann, Izabel Goulart, Aline Weber, and Adriana Lima photographed by Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for the March issue of W magazine. Perfection.

Aline Weber And Rafael Lazzini For Ellus





I am not a big fan of the Ellus fall 2011 ad campaign photographed by Jacques Dequeker but the men's lookbook with Rafael Lazzini is actually pretty hot. View pictures after the jump.

Marc Jacobs Nailed It At Louis Vuitton

If you ask me the one show I would have loved to have seen in person this season, the answer is now simple: Louis Vuitton. While it may not be my favorite collection, it was certainly my favorite show to watch. Every time the elevator doors opened, it was a surprise: Raquel in her only appearance this season, Naomi, Amber Valetta, Carolyn Murphy, and Kate Moss in the end. From the soundtrack to the set to the casting, it all felt magic even on the live broadcast. It is the one show this season I am sure everyone will remember.



The Brazilians at the show: Raquel Zimmermann, Izabel Goulart, Aline Weber, Isabeli Fontana, and Bruna Tenório.

Riccardo Tisci Sure Loves The Brazilians




Givenchy was the Paris show with the most Brazilian girls this season (and probably the show with most Brazilian girls in the entire season): Marcelia Freesz, Aline Weber, Izabel Goulart, Tayane Leão, Adriana Lima, newcomer Isabela Mello, and Lea T. Gotta love Riccardo for that.

Click here for a video of the Givenchy fall/ winter 2011 show.

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