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Louis Vuitton, Hotel Shenanigans & The Coveteur

I met with the lovely people behind The Coveteur while in Rio. Here's what happened.
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When one of the industry’s most recognised “voyeurs” asks to collaborate, you just don’t say no. Amid the helicopter rides, epic sight-seeing and show-going during my recent weekend in Rio de Janeiro for Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2017 show, I found the time to meet up with the very lovely Jake Rosenberg and Stephanie Mark of The Coveteur. They were in Rio for the same reason I was, so that worked out perfectly. And plus, I had so much fun shooting with them the last time we met – also for Louis Vuitton, but in Palm Springs – I couldn’t wait to hop onboard The Coveteur train for the second time. Second time’s a charm, you see.

The scenario: me, getting prepped and ready for the show while Jake snapped away. There was also some kooky posing with Louis Vuitton ping-pong rackets and insect repellant. Yes, insect repellant. It’s all in good fun.

For the full story and more behind-the-scenes snaps, head on over to The Coveteur. Thank you for having me, you guys! *insert heart emoji*

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