New York is where I want to be















Caroline Trentini is a Brazilian Fashion Model, she was discovered walking down a street in her hometown by the same agent that scouted Gisele Bundchen. She has had spreads in various fashion magazines and today I wanted to share with you her spread from ELLE Brasil this November. She moved to New York even before she knew any english to launch her modeling career and got her big break from Marc Jacobs who casted her in his ad campaign.

Can you imagine just walking down the street and someone noticing your beauty? I actually have been recently obsessed with looking at people's outfits and style in the streets. You'd be surprised, once you start looking, at all the wonderful clothes, styles, and accessories you find on random people. Sometimes I just want to stop and ask them where they got something. Either way I've been struggling and trying very hard to dress up every day. Because I'm young and I should start looking casually gorgeous every day shouldn't I? jaja

Either way back on track Trentini is a great model who has walked the runway for Victoria Secret Fashion Show (remember this Tuesday is the 2010 one!!) and here she is in the beautiful spread shot by Fabio Bartel for the November issue of ELLE Brasil. I chose this because the setting is in New York which is exactly what I'm going to dream about today.



































































































3 comments:

Alex said...

"Because I'm young and I should start looking casually gorgeous every day shouldn't I?" Agreed. But I have a feeling I'll never be "casually gorgeous" haha. LOVE the photos! Especially the 1st, 3rd, 4th and last shot. Wow.

walkthesand said...

Awesome photos. To live in NYC, that would be a dream come true.
x

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Thekla said...

i want to live in NYC <3 hopefully one day:)x


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