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  1. Rebeka Barbou Model/Actress Born in Quebec City,Canada Hair:Brown Eyes:Blue/Green Height:178 cm Bust:84 cm Waist:60 cm Hips:89 cm Shoes:41 Advertisements: Arden B. , Fred Perry , Isabel Marant , Max&co , Paco Rabanne , VDP , Volvo , Hermes, Vivienne Westwood, Fashion shows: Armani,Chanel,Dior,Marc Jacobs,Sonia Rykiel,YSL and others She was feautured in the pages of top fashion magazines including Vogue,Harper's Bazaar,Elle,Marie Claire,Cosmopolitan,as well as high fashion magazines like The Face,I-D,Jalouse,Dazed & Confused,Vellum, FMD
  2. Lidia Korneva Russian Date of birth:19.. Hair:Light Brown Eyes:Green/Grey Height:177 cm Bust:86 cm Waist:60 cm Hips:88 cm Shoes:40 Magazine covers: 'Madame Figaro'; 'Jalouse' - June 2000; 'Crash'- # 13 Summer 2000 Fashion shows: Ready to wear - Autumn/Winter 1998 {Givenchy} Ready to wear - Spring/Summer 1999 {Amaya Arzuaga, Kenzo} Ready to wear - Autumn/Winter 2000 {Mulligan;Jasper Conran} Haute Couture - Spring/Summer 2001 {Yves Saint Laurent} Advertisements: AVC, Via Spiga,
  3. Rachael Anne Date of Birth:19.. Place of Birth: Hair:Blonde Eyes:Green Height: Bust: Waist: Hips: Shoes: Magazine covers: Grazia Italy 7 August 2001, Advertisements: Mary Atkins shoes (Spring 2003), Fashion shows: Spring/Summer 2002 {Emporio Armani} Autumn/Winter 2002 {Alviero Martini, GFF by Gianfranco Ferré, Luciano Soprani, Roccobarocco} Spring/Summer 2003 {Emporio Armani, Roccobarocco} Autumn/Winter 2003 {Giorgio Armani, Marina Babini} -She has two tattoos on her arms:a scorpion and a butterfly
  4. Erika Oliveira Brazilian Date of Birth:5 March 1981 Place of Birth:Ilha Do Governador,Rio De Janeiro,Brazil Hair:Brown Eyes:Hazel Height:178 cm Bust:86 cm Waist:62 cm Hips:89 cm Shoes:38 Advertisements: Emar , Nokia , Tigi , - Her fullname is Erika Vanina Freitas de Oliveira. - Daughter to a Portuguese father, José Augusto Oliveira, and a Brazilian mother, Gilda Isabel dos Santos Freitas, Erika has three sisters: Kátia, Vanessa and Bárbara. - Erika currently lives in Portugal, where she moved to when she was still a baby. - She's a second year University student in 'Advertising and Marketing' at IADE. - Favorite Model: Gisele Bündchen. - Favorite Designer: Custo - Barcelona. FMD
  5. Kelsey No info about this model Ginza Japan May 2000 Scanned by fahad.s
  6. Kate James is a 90s/00s model, represented by Scene Model Management, Perth. Born: Australia 1976 Height: 1.82 Bust: 86 Waist: 66 Hips: 94 Shoes: 38 Hair: Blonde Eyes: Green fmd
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  10. Craig's work has been featured in publications including Vogue, Vanity Fair, Esquire, and The Sunday Times magazine, in campaigns for Louis Vuitton, Alice Temperley, Mr. Porter, Persol, and in his unique collaboration with A.A. Gill, which has spanned 25 locations across the globe. He also has a regular column in Sunday Times Style entitled 'Snap Shot', which runs weekly. In 2010, Craig's on-going work with the Nobel Peace Prize-winning organisation Medecins Sans Frontieres culminated in the book Writing on the Edge, which featured his photography paired with essays told from war-torn regions. Highlights include Martin Amis experiencing firsthand the problems of gang violence in Colombia; New York Times best-selling author Tracy Chevalier recounting the abuse of women in Burundi; Oscar-winning actor Daniel Day-Lewis reporting from Palestine; and Danny Boyle searching for the "lost sea" of Uzbekistan. Craig has either won or been nominated three times for 'British Magazine Photographer of the Year',[8] exhibited for five consecutive years at the National Portrait Gallery, served as Photographer-in-Residence for the Royal Geographical Society, was named The Telegraph "Travel Photographer of the Year", participated in the prestigious World Press Master Class (which selects 12 photographers from more than 60 countries), and was awarded the Royal Photographic Society's prize for a notable achievement in the art of photography by someone under 35. In March 2012, Craig's show 'The Bigger Picture' opened on Cork Street in London featuring twenty images from fourteen countries that were also written about at the same moment by A.A. Gill.In 2013, Craig took part in a joint exhibition with Bay Garnett at the Vogue Festival in London. He also participated on a discussion panel for Vogue on ecological fashion. Craig lives in London with his partner, stylist Bay Garnett, and their two children. en.wikipedia.org
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  13. Angelo Pennetta is a London-based photographer known for his warm and optimistic approach to fashion photography. His work with the foremost magazines in the industry consistently provides readers with intimate, relaxed and often very funny portraits of some of the most beautiful people in the world. Having turned down a place at the London School of Economics to pursue photography, Angelo began his career in 2009 after Katie Grand requested him to shoot for her last issue at the helm of Pop Magazine (Issue 20), whilst simultaneously commissioning a series of pictures that Angelo had taken of Lara Stone for Issue 1 of LOVE Magazine. Through shooting internationally for some of the industry’s biggest titles, including i-D, Dazed and Confused, The Gentlewoman, LOVE Magazine, Wall Street Journal Magazine, American Vogue and British Vogue, Angelo has become a favourite amongst some the most respected brands in the industry. He frequently collaborates with renowned stylists Robbie Spencer, Francesca Burns, Carlos Nazario, Julia Sarr Jamois, Emilie Kareh, Camille Bidault Waddington, and Katie Grand. artparner.com
  14. Anton Johannes Gerrit Corbijn van Willenswaard (born 20 May 1955) is a Dutch photographer, film director and music video director. He is the creative director behind the visual output of Depeche Mode and U2, having handled the principal promotion and sleeve photography for both bands over three decades. Some of his works include music videos for Depeche Mode's "Enjoy the Silence" (1990), U2's "One" (version 1) (1991), Bryan Adams' "Do I Have to Say the Words?", Nirvana's "Heart-Shaped Box" (1993) and Coldplay’s "Talk" (2005) and "Viva la Vida" (2008), as well as the Ian Curtis biographical film Control (2007), The American (2010) and A Most Wanted Man (2014), based on John le Carré's 2008 novel of the same name. Photography Corbijn began his career as a music photographer when he saw the Dutch musician Herman Brood playing in a café in Groningen around 1975. He took a lot of photographs of the band Herman Brood & His Wild Romance and these led to a rise in fame for Brood and in exposure for Corbijn. From the late 1970s the London-based New Musical Express (NME), a weekly music paper, featured his work on a regular basis and would often have a photograph by him on the front page. One such occasion was a portrait of David Bowie wearing a loincloth backstage in New York when starring in The Elephant Man. In the early years of London-based The Face, a glossy monthly post-punk life style / music magazine, Corbijn was a regular contributor. He made his name photographing in black-and-white but in May 1989 he began taking pictures in colour using filters. His first venture in this medium was for Siouxsie Sioux. Between 1998–2000, in collaboration with the painter Marlene Dumas, he worked on a project called "Stripping Girls", which took the strip clubs and peep shows of Amsterdam as their subject; while Corbijn later exhibited photographs, Dumas took Polaroids which she then used as sources for her paintings. Corbijn has photographed Bob Dylan, Joy Division, Tom Waits, Bruce Springsteen, Prāta Vētra, Peter Hammill, Miles Davis, Kate Bush, Björk, Captain Beefheart, Kim Wilde, Marc Almond, Robert De Niro, Stephen Hawking, Elvis Costello, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Morrissey, Peter Murphy, Simple Minds, Clint Eastwood, The Cramps, Roxette, Herbert Grönemeyer, Annie Lennox, and Eurythmics, amongst others. Perhaps his most famous and longest standing associations are with Depeche Mode and U2. Corbijn's work relationship with Depeche Mode began with the filming of a music video for their 1986 A Question of Time single. Corbijn says that he soon "started to realise that [his] visuals and their music went really well together. Then [he] did some live photos, and it eventually turned into designing the whole live set. That's what [he's] been doing for them since 1993." Corbijn has directed 20 of the bands music videos, the most recent of his works being Depeche Mode's 2017 Where's the Revolution. He has also designed most of the covers for Depeche Mode's albums and singles from 1990's Violator album and onwards. Corbijn's work with U2 includes taking pictures of the band on their first US tour, taking pictures for their albums The Joshua Tree and Achtung Baby albums (et al.), and directing a number of accompanying videos. Other album covers featuring work by Corbijn include those for Springsteen, Nick Cave, Siouxsie's second band The Creatures, Bryan Adams, Metallica, Therapy?, The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, The Killers, Simple Minds, R.E.M., The Bee Gees, Saybia, Clannad and Moke. Film directing Corbijn began his music video directing career when Palais Schaumburg asked him to direct a video. After seeing the resulting video for Hockey, the band Propaganda had Corbijn direct Dr. Mabuse. After that he directed videos for David Sylvian, Echo & the Bunnymen, Golden Earring, Front 242, Depeche Mode, Roxette and U2. His first video in colour was made for U2 in 1984 for their single "Pride (In the Name of Love)". In 2005 Palm Pictures released a DVD collection of Corbijn's music video output as part of the Director's Label series. In 1994 Corbijn directed a short film about Captain Beefheart/Don Van Vliet for the BBC called Some Yoyo Stuff. He made his feature film debut with Control, a film about the life of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis. It premiered to rave reviews at the Cannes Film Festival on 17 May 2007. The film is based on Deborah Curtis' book Touching from a Distance about her late husband and the biography Torn Apart by Lindsay Reade (Tony Wilson's ex-wife) and Mick Middles. Although shown outside the Palme d'Or competition, Control was the big winner of the Director's Fortnight winning the CICAE Art & Essai prize for best film, the "Regards Jeunes" Prize award for best first or second directed feature film and the Europa Cinemas Label prize for best European film in the sidebar. It also won the Michael Powell award for best new British feature at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. In 2010, Corbijn returned as a director with the character-based thriller The American, starring George Clooney. On 26 October 2011, Corbijn directed a webcast by Coldplay from the Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas in Madrid, Spain. His film A Most Wanted Man was released in 2014. The John le Carré novel of the same name, which is loosely based on the true War on Terror story of Murat Kurnaz, was set in part in Hamburg, as parts of the movie were. In February 2014, he started filming his next project Life about James Dean and photographer Dennis Stock. In 23 and 25 July 2018, Corbijn filmed the last two concerts of Depeche Mode's Global Spirit Tour at the Waldbühne in Berlin. Some of this footage, intertwined with the stories of six life-long fans in the audience, became the film Spirits in the Forest, which was released in theaters worldwide on 21 November 2019. In Corbijn's interview with NME he spoke about the origins behind the idea of this movie and said that they (him and Depeche Mode) "decided to look at the reason for why Depeche Mode was still growing...they’re the biggest cult band in the world. It’s unbelievable.” He further adds that "it’s in the DNA of Depeche to have these connection to their fans...there's something unusual about it and the fans go to great lengths", which inspired him to make the film in the style that he did. en.wikipedia.org
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  16. Rita Gonçalves Portuguese Date of Birth:1 July 1987 Place of Birth:Algarve,Portugal Hair:Bworn Eyes:Green Height:175 cm Bust:84 cm Waist:61 cm Hips:89 cm Shoes:38 Magazine covers: Portugal: 'Elle' - October 2008 - Rita won the Portuguese final of the 2003 Elite Model Look contest. - Her fullname is Rita Leonor Romão Gonçalves. FMD&EliteLisbon
  17. Vintage Ads of the 2000's : Fashion & Accessories RED Valentino Models:Jenny Meister,Melisa González Scanned by me (Elle Russia # 101 March 2005)
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