The face of new Crescent White on acting, her tri-coastal lifestyle, and why nothing beats a good moisturizer. The way Gabriella Wilde tells it, acting found her. “I never actually even thought about being an actor until I was 20 and I got asked to audition for a movie,” Wilde recalls. Enrolled at City and Guilds of London Art School at the time, the British-born beauty subsequently auditioned for the
Gabriella will appear in the issue 5 of So It Goes magazine but while we wait for the full feature, you can find an outtake from the photoshoot in our gallery. Enjoy! Gallery Links Studio Photoshoots > 2015 > Session 001
I have added a new gorgeous picture of Gabriella as the newest Estée Lauder face to represent the brand in skincare and makeup campaigns.
I have updated the gallery with pictures of Gabriella for Estée Lauder’s new skin-care campaign “Crescent White”. Gallery Links Advertising Campaigns > 2015 > Estée Lauder – Crescent White Campaign Advertising Campaigns > 2015 > Estée Lauder – Crescent White Campaign (Behind The Scenes)
VOGUE – JOINING the likes of Joan Smalls, Arizona Muse and the recently-appointed Kendall Jenner, British model and actress Gabriella Wilde has been signed up as the newest face of Estée Lauder. Spotted by Naomi Campbell aged 14, Wilde is a descendant of Charles II (her full name is the rather impressive Gabriella Zanna Vanessa Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe). “I am so excited to follow in the footsteps of so many incredible women
click on the image above to watch the video. Delve into the minds of film’s newest stars in this exclusive film shot by Davo McConville Who are the most exciting young women acting today? For the latest issue of AnOther Magazine, we decided to find out, dress them in the best of the collections and shoot a series of compelling stories that evoke both their beauty and their tantalising mastery
According to some sources, Estée Lauder signed British actress Gabriella Wilde for their new campaign. She will appear in a series of skin care and make-up brand next year. Here is a first look: