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Discussion in 'Femmes' started by waffles, Dec 16, 2009.
Amy from Liz Bell in Vancouver, as seen today on modelresource.ca
Too bad she's a bit short, but that face... She was simply made for a Jil Sander campaign!
Rather haunting face...sublime even. Not sure I'm a huge fan of her from 3/4, but I do agree there's something rather Jil about it all.
Reminds me a bit of Nimue...
^^Truthfully^^ Gorgeous indeed. She's in a certain kind a fairy tale
Oh wow with the hairI immediately thought of Anne Frank, I could as well imagine some major clients rooting for this girl. Thanks for the thread!
^Yes, she reminds me of Nimue and Dorothea a little bit.
Post #1 and I'm already sold! She has a lovely face, love the vague sleepy look.
She looks boring actually but her eyes are lovely.
Yes, she reminds me of Anne Frank too!
And waffles, you are spot on. She is most definitely a Jil girl! It would be fantastic to see her in a JS campaign!!
I can see the Nimue ressemblance too, especially in her face shape. She's a little short though.
Was googling for something else but stumbled upon this thread while browsing the search results
Very beautiful girl, reminds me of Sara Blomqvist + Dorothea *subscribing!*
For me? Sara + Nimue
Do we know how old she is?
Scary how true that is. Which of course makes her gorgeous
She seems to be kind of rower Nimue, what I would describe as Nimue + Sara indeed
More pics They're all from the Liz Bell website, in the new faces section
Personnally, I adore the one with the horse And those with the tulle (?) neck thing
^Nice to see her off the farm. The studio tests are actually pretty promising. Looks like the girl knows how to model.
Some more pics, still from the Liz Bell website, I couldn't add any more pictures on my previous post, so here we go again
And finally, extra polas (also from the Liz Bell Agency website )
Adorable smile, and gorgeous profile
Great to see another promising diamond @Lizbell. The physical proportions of her face are ingeniously perfect. I think she could do well in spite of her height.