Top model Ophelie Guillermand teams up with fashion photographer Anthony Maule for the cover story of The Edit Magazine‘s latest edition. In charge of styling was Helen Broadfoot, with art direction from Gemma Stark, and set design by Bette Adams at Mary Howard Studio. Beauty is work of makeup artist Justine Purdue at Tim Howard Management, hair stylist Ben Skervin at Streeters, and manicurist Natalie Pavloski at Bridge Artists. For the Brave New Wardrobe story French stunner is wearing selected looks from brands such as Isabel Marant, Proenza Schouler, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Haider Ackermann, Prada, and Miu Miu to name a few.
“Modeling wasn’t my plan, chemistry always interested me as I wanted to get into cosmetics. But modeling just snowballed and I decided to dedicate myself to it. I have no regrets; I’ve learned so much about life, people and myself from being in this industry.
Modeling has taught me that you’ve got to learn to accept yourself and be nice to yourself. Your differences are what make you who you are.” – Ophelie Guillermand on her modeling career, and what she learned from it.