Camille Rowe in ‘Let’s Dance’ by Patrik Sehlstedt for L’Officiel Paris December-January 13.14
Posted Dec 02, 2013
Camille Rowe ushers in the season of lights with ‘Let’s Dance’ a seductive story shot by Patrik Sehlstedt for L’Officiel Paris. Dark and alluring, Sehlstedt revives the age of decadence, with a scintillating selection of sparkly scenes played out in the form of fashion noir. Setting the mood (Stylist) Alexandra Elbim evokes the spirit of the night, with daring designs that combine the high tempo decadence of 30’s-Deco with the open debauchery of 70’s-Disco. Pushing opulence into overdrive, Rowe shows us she has chic pour faire la fête (a knack for partying), wearing a glamorous mix of silver, sequins, fringe & fur. Celebrating the fine art of seduction, (Makeup Artist) Mickael Noiselet redefines shine with a soft look that speaks to a more subtle style of sensual beauty, while (Hairstylist) Vinz creates wavy curls that cascade down the back in luscious harmony. A modern take on the masquerade balls of the past, this provocative piece uses the enticing idea of disguise to amp up the mystery and increase the excitement. Setting the issue off right, Baarde Lunde captures Camille for the amazing cover shot.