We were drawn into the swindler swagger and hit up the Maud Barral Gallery when no one was around to hijack some hot art pieces.
As the French Riviera’s most notoriously uncatchable cat burglar, Cary Grant’s John Robie stole jewels and the heart of heroine Grace Kelly’s Frances Stevens in the 1955 Alfred Hitchcock classic film ‘To Catch a Thief‘.
Our very own Fashion Editor Caitlin Brown needed the right robber robes to pilfer these precious paintings – all in the name of fashion, of course! Decked out in Louis Vuitton, Topshop, Mademoiselle Vintage and BCBG Max Azria, our catwalk crook makes being bad look oh so good.
Bag, running shoes, scarf: Louis Vuitton
Bustier: BCBG Max Azria (available at BCBG Nice Étoile, 30 Avenue Jean Médecin, 06000)
Full length leather coat: Zapa (available from Mademoiselle Vintage)
High heels: Pierre Hardy
All jewelry: Mademoiselle
Leopard scarf: Allegro
Gloves: Editor’s own
(Jewelry, Louis Vuitton shoes available from Mademoiselle Dépôt-vente de luxe, 41 rue de France, 06000 Nice)
Fashion Director: Caitlin Brown
Photographer: Mike Colquhoun
Photographer’s Assistant: Bruno Jonquet
Hair and Make up: Laura Arcidiacono
Model: Caitlin Brown
Our special thanks to Galerie Maud Barral for the use of the gallery for the shoot.
Galerie Maud Barral
16, quai des Docks
Tel: 04 93 07 84 25
Caitlin- you look absolutely stunning!!!!
Have you ever thought about modelling!
did Mike Coloquhoun take the photos?
Love the action in this shoot. Posing with story purpose. Film script quotes validate the concept in a fun way. And stunning classic clothes. Oh those sticky fingers clad in red leather! Five stars.
A great article. Full of imagination.
I am nicely surprised that you modeling! Great job to you and the photographer.
Great article too.
I love these pictures! Great shots Caitlin! You are going to get very far in this industry. I wish you the best of luck!
These pictures are truly beautiful! You certainly portrayed the theme stylish chic thief, I love it!
Using all black, leather, and gold and the modeling showed so much detail in your work!
You’re definitely going to go far in the industry! Inspiring 🙂