Sin Límite (Unlimited) - Vogue Mexico December, 2012
It’s been 2 years since Vogue Mexico last asked me to be the cover girl and at that time it was for their 50th Anniversary Issue (click HERE). I’m very happy to be back on the cover and able to show you the first of two editorials I did for the latest magazine. Its always fun to change things up a littler and in this shoot I went back to being a red-head for the day. You might remember me teasing with a little behind-the-scenes image a few months back (click HERE) leading many to think I had actually dyed my hair, again.
Stay tuned for the next shoot, it involves me modeling in the center of the universe… ;)
Photographer: David Roemer Styling: Sarah Gore-Reeves
Redheads definitely have more fun! Here’s how Christophe Robin at L’Oréal created my unique shade for the campaign. Apparently he says my personality is “like fire under ice.” Not sure what that means, but I’ll take it!
La Rouge créé pour Coco Rocha - "Red created for Coco Rocha"
You may have been wondering why my hair color has been changing non-stop these last few weeks. I’m very happy to finally be able to tell you that I’m working with the amazing L’Oréal team! More to come…
Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes…Style.com did some detective work and noticed something different about me last night:
"While some of us prepare for dark autumnal hair-color transitions (we typically try to go almost black this time of year to better contrast with our olive skin when it takes a turn for the pale and pasty), Coco Rocha is bucking the trend and lightening up instead. The model, who cashed in her brunette locks for a shade of fiery red a few years ago before returning to brown, seems to be edging her way into auburn territory. Rocha turned up at last night’s WGSN Global Fashion Awards in New York with middle-parted strands that were tinted a ruddy chestnut. It’s subtle, but could signal a bigger transition to come (these things take time, you know). Which hue do you think works best for her? - Style.com”
So I have to be honest - if you hadn’t already guessed it, my picture with the infamous missing Bronx Zoo Cobra a few days ago was…. a fake! The picture was actually a Photoshopped (thanks James!) behind-the-scenes picture I took a few months ago when I shot a hair commercial for Syoss (no cobra was on set).
You know how there’s always that casual slow-motion hair flick shot in EVERY haircare commercial? Well I’m going to divulge a trade secret and let you know that getting that “casual moment” right takes a series of wires, pulleys, a crew of stage hands and about 3 hours of filming to pull off. If you’d like to see the results, go HERE.
Guess what peoples!? You’re going to sooner or later find out that I… cut…. my…. HAIR!!!!! Well actually, Guido cut it. We felt like it was time for a change and I think it was a very good change. Don’t worry, it can always grow back!
So its out, I am now a red head! You may have wondered why it was under raps for such a long time - its because American Vogue had exclusive rights to my new doo and my hair could only be seen after January’s issue had come out. So, go check it out and see it for yourself!