2011 was the year of Brazilian supermodels and the Raquel Zimmermann by David Sims shoot for Vogue Paris demonstrates just why this Brazilian beauty stood out among the rest.
Ms. Zimmermann fronted pretty much every ad campaign you can think of, from Alexander Wang and Alexander McQueen to Lanvin and Yves Saint Laurent. So when it came to a rock and roll-inspired shoot for the music issue of Vogue Paris, she is undoubtedly the best choice for the role.
In the shoot called 'Queen of Noise' in the December/January issue of French Vogue, Zimmermann shines in pieces by Giorgio Armani, Givenchy, Chloe and Haider Ackermann.
Styled by Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt, the Raquel Zimmermann by David Sims photo shoot for the Parisian edition of Vogue is the ultimate in rock and roll chic.
The Raquel Zimmermann by David Sims for Vogue Paris Shoot is Rocker Chic
1. Supermodel Influencer - The widespread influence of top supermodels demonstrates opportunities for collaborations and endorsements within the fashion industry.
2. Rock and Roll Fashion - The popularity of rock and roll-inspired fashion shoots signifies a demand for edgy, rebellious clothing and accessories.
3. Music-themed Editorial - The success of music-themed editorials presents opportunities for magazines and brands to explore the intersection of fashion and music.
1. Fashion - The rise of supermodel influencers suggests potential for disruptive innovations in fashion marketing and brand partnerships.
2. Photography - The demand for rock and roll-inspired shoots opens up new creative opportunities for photographers to capture edgy visuals and storytelling.
3. Magazine Publishing - The popularity of music-themed editorials highlights possibilities for magazines to engage readers through curated content that merges fashion and music.