UPDATED: Selena Gomez Cover for Elle Magazine October 2015

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Elle USA
Elle USA 2015

Selena is on the cover of Elle USA for October 2015.

Selena is wearing a Miu Miu embossed crocodile dress from the Fall/Winter 2015 collection. As usual, Selena looks so much better in the dress than the model!

Miu Miu
Miu Miu

UPDATED: 17 September:


Selena has posted another photograph from the Elle photoshoot.  She is wearing a Louis Vuitton printed embroidered jacket, shorts and leather boots from the Cruise 2016 collection (not yet available).

UPDATED 30 January 2016: The Amerindien Embroidery Shorts are now available $6,550. These shorts are crafted from viscose embellished with sequin trimmings and  ‘Amerindien’ embroidery.

LV Amerindien Embroidery Shorts
Louis Vuitton

The ‘Amerindien’ Embroidery Jacket $11,800 is also now available.

LV Amerindien Embroidery jacket
Louis Vuitton


Louis Vuitton Cruise 2016
Louis Vuitton Cruise 2016
Photo: Liz Collins
Photo: Liz Collins

Selena is wearing a Louis Vuitton one sleeve embroidered linen dress from the Cruise 2016 collection.

UPDATED 30 January 2016: The Lotus Linen dress is now available $14,600.

LV Lotus Linen dress
Louis Vuitton
Photo: Alessandro Garofalo
Photo: Alessandro Garofalo
Photo: Liz Collins
Photo: Liz Collins

In the Elle magazine, Selena is wearing a Marc Jacobs glitter, plastic and stone embroidered lurex dress from his Resort 2016 collection.

Marc Jacobs Resort 2016
Marc Jacobs Resort 2016

Photographs by Liz Collins, make-up by Makiryoke, styling by Simon Robins, hair by Maranda Hair and nails by Emi Kudo.

What Make Up Does Selena Gomez Use? Click Image To Find Out More.

What Make Up Does Selena Gomez Wear?
What Make Up Does Selena Gomez Use

Selena Store September 2015

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