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" "It was basically about making that picture seem as if she was alone in her artistic word,” the photographer quipped.As interesting and diverse as the subjects of her "See More" collection, Christensen's personal evolution has been quite a head-turner as well.Christensen also partnered with Oxfam in 2009 to document the impact of climate change in Peru, where her mother was born.“Climate change in Peru is already devastating and we welcome Helena’s commitment to show this to the rest of the world,” Frank Boeren, Oxfam’s coordinator in Peru said, in announcing her involvement with it.Beginning as a model in the early 90s, the 5 feet 10 multi-hyphenated star has charted her way to the top, one step at a time.Helena Christensen attends the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 28, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California."Being a professional photographer, I was invited to be one of the first people in the world to use the HUAWEI P20 Pro and test it out and, at the same time use it for an actual project which has been very exciting for me." As part of the project, the model-turned-photographer worked with three cherry-picked subjects, in other words, women hailing from three distinct professions with a completely unique perspective.Ultimately, the idea was to combine her artistic abilities with the latest available technology in mobile photography to narrate a story via her "See More" collection.
In September 2017, Christensen, along with models Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Carla Bruni and Cindy Crawford, closed the Versace spring/summer 2018 fashion show, which was an homage to the late Gianni Versace.
“Peru is on the frontline of climate change, along with other developing countries, which have played little part in causing the problem.” Christensen launched the second Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign, which involves the sale of exclusive designer t-shirts to raise millions for Ireland's Action Breast Cancer (Irish Cancer Society) and Europa Donna Ireland to help younger women with breast cancer.
Christensen appeared on over 600 magazine covers—including Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and W—and in fashion campaigns (including Revlon, Chanel, Versace, Lanvin, Prada, Sonia Rykiel, Hermes, Valentino and Karl Lagerfeld) during the 1990s.
Her third muse, Adeline Rapon, a jewelry designer by profession, however, posed an entirely different challenge to Christensen's mettle. " the Danish beauty asks rhetorically, adding, "You could sense her brain was working and I wanted to capture that.
I wanted to get into her zone and be as close as possible, as close as I could get to her face, her hands, whilst she was creating this beautiful imagery – but at the same time I wanted it to seem as if I wasn't there.