Cadeaux Editorial in Vogue Paris

Vogue Paris has teamed up with photographer Giampaolo Sgura and fashion editors Claire Dhelens and Célia Azoulay, to create the Cadeaux Editorial.

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Photographer: Giampaolo Sgura

When we first saw the images from the Vogue editorial, “Panoplies”, it took us a moment to realise these life-like Barbie dolls were in fact real models!

Set designer Vincent Olivrei called upon Paris-based set design agency, Office Neochrome, to build the sets for each of the featured luxury brands. Husband and wife due Nicolas and Samantha Lanteri of Office Neochrome exquisitely styled and crafted the displays, each representing an iconic brand. Each display was styled down to the finest of details, featuring various accessories to suit the particular brands’ aesthetic.