Posts Tagged ‘Italian Vogue’
“One of the pictures by Mario Sorrenti for a shooting for Vogue Italia is my favourite one”
Exotic features , endless legs, contagious cheerfulness. Her strongest asset is her intense gaze.
Comfortable, first of all. She can carry off perfectly a pair of flat shoes and a country-style outfit: her charm remains unchanged.
She was born in Maceio, the biggest town in the Alagoas region, in Brazil. Her ancestors were natives.
Her career started out when she was only 17, in 2006, when she walked runways for Chanel, Christian Dior and Dolce & Gabbana, in Paris and Milan.
She later moved to New York.
Her peculiar face landed her also several advertising campaign jobs for Anna Sui, Gap, Valentino Haute Couture and Vera Wang.
Style.com defined he right away one of the best up-and-coming talents of her generation.
She later appeared also on the most prominent magazine covers, from L’Officiel to Vogue, from Numéro to Elle.
She became the face of Giuseppe Zanotti, and graced the cover of French Revue des Modes.
She was shot by Thierry le Goues, Brazilian Eduardo Rezende, Mark Seliger.
She became the face of Ralph Lauren and landed her second cover for Vogue Brazil
Never leaves home without
Her Blackberry, a true vice. She just can’t help checking it all the time.
She cannot stand anything that make her feel uncomfortable, so also in public she tends to wear comfy outfits, in beige hues or in total black.
In her I-pod, lots of hip hop, pop music and tunes by Brazilian singer Djavan.
Still Alice, by Lisa Geneva, and The dream seller: the call, by Augusto Cury.
The Full cream milk at Starbucks, coffee and bottled water.
Last thing before bed
“I am a very simple kind of girl”