Go Behind The Scenes On Camille Rowe’s Second Campaign For Seafolly Shot At Bondi

The word ‘Ten’ gets thrown around a lot: not just because Ten is an extremely common number with a great ring to it, but also because it’s much easier (and kinder) to declare a good-looking person a Ten without having to expound on any attributes which might warrant their inclusion in a more realistic category, like an Six or a Seven. I feel pretty confident in making the assertion that Camille Rowe, the new face of Australian swimwear stalwarts and serial babe magnets Seafolly, is a Ten of the highest order.
For the uninitiated who aren’t following fuckyeahcamillerowe.tumblr.com, Rowe is a French-American model born and raised in Paris who has appeared in the pages of Vogue Italia, French Elle and RUSSH while also finding time to appear in the current Romain Gavras-helmed Dior Homme campaign alongside Rob Pattinson. Rowe has not only featured as the face of Chloé and in campaigns for Victoria’s Secret and Free People, but also dates an (alt) rock star in MGMT’s Andrew VanWyngarden. It’s almost too much. 
In Australia to shoot her second campaign for Seafolly on Bondi Beach, Rowe and a dubious body chain feature in the following exclusive behind-the-scenes images from yesterday’s set, which offer not only a glimpse of Seafolly’s graphic Summer wares but also of the rare fortuitous marriage of genetics and location coming together in Perfect Ten campaign unison.