From top to bottom, left to right: Tayane Leão, Izabel Goulart, Fabiana Semprebom, Martha Streck, Bruna Tenório, Jeisa Chiminazzo, Thana Kuhnen, Laís Ribeiro, Daiane Conterato, Aline Weber, Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrósio, Flavia de Oliveira, Caroline Trentini, and Gisele.
I hadn't really commented on the big Fashion's Night Out show at Lincoln Center because I was shooting on location all day yesterday. I finally got to read everything about it and watch some clips this morning, and it looked like quite an undertaking. So thrilled to see many Brazilian girls on the runway, and while I did not really miss Isabeli, I really wish Raquel Zimmermann had also been part of it. Already cannot wait to watch the FNO documentary.
For some pretty amazing backstage pictures of the show, visit Models.com.
The cover of November's Vogue Brazil promises "Chic With A Twist," but I flipped through the entire issue and I am still wondering where that twist is. And if by twist the magazine meant striped sweaters paired with bikini bottoms, chain belts, pearls, and Chanel flowers, I have some news for the editors: that does not qualify as twist even in my straight 8-year-old brother's dictionary.
On the bright side, I don't mind the cover of the magazine much this month, even though it was shot on white seamless again. I guess I just respond positively to anything with bright pink text. The editorial work, on the other side, has nothing bright about it. View the three stories from the November issue after the jump.
Forget Gisele at Colcci or Agyness at Ellus. With the likes of Raquel, Ana Beatriz, Marcelle Bittar, Daiane, Aline Weber, Bruna Tenório, and Flávia Oliveira, it was Animale that has the most exciting casting this season in São Paulo.
Watch a video of Raquel backstage and the complete line up of girls at the show after the jump.
Watch the Forum Tufi Duek fall 2009 show after the jump.