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After news broke last month that Karl Lagerfeld was favoring Carine to shoot Chanel's Paris-bound fall-winter campaign, we've been on the edge of our seats for a peek at the final product. And, as per usual, Karl delivered. Looking as high fashion as ever in sheer lace Chanel, Freja Beja Erichsen plays coy in her fifth consecutive campaign for the brand inside a Parisian photo booth. One might say Karl isn't exactly a creature of change.
After a ten-year run with Vogue Paris, Carine was notoriously excited to exercise her freelance freedom — a privilege her former position as editor-in-chief restricted. After her departure from Vogue Paris, Carine's experienced no shortage of work. After making the transition out of glossies by styling the entire Barneys New York ad campaign, Roitfeld followed up by styling the much-anticipated V magazine cover shoot.
My verdict on the Chanel campaign? When teamed with the Kaiser's direction, Carine's unapologetic approach to styling (and blatant penchant for nudity) makes the shoot a flying success.