Model Perfect ...

A few years ago I had the privilege of co-styling a photo shoot in NY for TransWorld Surf magazine's bikini issue. Isabeli Fontana here was the model along with surfer Makua Rothman. I remember knowing who she was from her Victoria's Secret runway fame and as soon as she got in front of the camera I was blown away. This is when I truly learned that modeling is not easy and that it's def more than just being a pretty face. Girl knew how to move, when to move and when not to move. Not once did she look awkward. And of course she wore every swimsuit like this Michael Kors, to absolute perfection.

9 comments:

Brandi said...

Haydee, that sounds like it was so much fun! And I have to give models props -- it definitely takes a lot of vision to know how to move so you don't look odd. It's like another sense.

rikshaw design said...

kill me now..

Marie said...

I agree, it's an art!:D

***** Marie *****
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Dancing Branflake said...

Uh, you could possibly be the coolest person ever. I want to be a stylist and work with amazingly beautiful and talented people! And she is gorgeous. I really really really want her legs!

Ana Degenaar said...

She's gorgeous, and I needed that swimsuit yesterday! I literally looked like I had an extra chunk of hip sticking out. Bummer!

TheBeautyFile said...

I love the brown on her. It seriously looks incredible with her hair color and complexion. Stylist! Amazing! Show off some of your stylin' por favor!

Anonymous said...

Seriously! Thanks for affirming what I initially thought from Sartorialist. You said it best: model perfect.

julia wheeler said...

i want those shoes! those were the days... when you styled the swimwear shoots and they actually looked nice... before they were sponsored by the UFC and looked super trashy:)

Chassity (Look Linger Love) said...

Gorgeous image. you should come see my interview with swimwear designer Marysia Reeeves of Marysia Swim that I just posted. Gorgeousness. www.looklingerlove.blogspot.com

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