Camille Rowe
Camille Rowe walked up to the set smiling and giggling. At first glance, you would think this blonde beauty is a die-hard California girl, but @fingermonkey, as she goes by on Instagram, is much more of an enigma than any one stereotype.

Born in Paris, Camille spent her childhood split between France, California, and Morocco. Camille is a surfer, an avid reader, and a vintage collector - all complete with a rock star boyfriend - Cam Avery of Tame Impala. After spending a few minutes with Camille, you will undoubtedly hear her signature snorting laugh – an endearing and completely authentic quirk.

On the day of our shoot, Camille was pulling double duty: model and stylist. Everything she wore in the shoot was from her own personal collection. There was a big furry Chloe coat, a black velvet blouse and a Breton/ La Marinière sweater. An afternoon of vintage shopping the previous day had led to the acquisition of one beautiful Victorian blouse that she wore with our tattered black denim. Then of course, there was the original 1970’s James Hunt team racing shirt complete with the slogan, “Sex, breakfast of Champions.” Each piece she pulled from her suitcase would easily be the envy of every girl who fancies herself stylish.

Currently under contract with Dior, Camille has appeared in campaigns for Chloe, Louis Vuitton, Victoria’s Secret, and Dior Homme along side Robert Pattinson. She has been featured in magazines including French Vogue, Elle, L’Officiel, Marie Claire, and So It Goes.

Our shoot took place at the famed Strick House in Santa Monica, CA. This modernist masterpiece was built in 1963 and is the only house in the United States that was designed by renowned Brazilian architect, Oscar Niemeyer.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, photographer David Mushegain started his career in photography while traveling as a street performer. He has become known for his portraits, often taken of his subjects while on the road.

David's work often appears in French, Russian and Japanese Vogue, i-D and V Magazine. Among other brands, he has shot for Costume National, Iro, H&M and Converse. David is now Re/Done's resident photographer.