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BOTH SIDES OF THE CAMERA: Camille Bidault-Waddington — stylist, occasional model and perennial street-fashion muse — is adding “photographer” to her résumé. WWD has learned the Paris-based Bidault-Waddington, who is a consultant and stylist for labels such as Marc by Marc Jacobs, Sonia Rykiel, Chloé and A.P.C., and recently walked in Marc Jacobs’ fall collection show, has been snapping away for several magazines of late. She shot a fashion story for the forthcoming fall issue of Purple, the Olivier Zahm-fronted biannual (which published her first-ever photography effort several seasons back), and lensed another one for AnOther Magazine’s Web site, set to go up next week. Reached in Paris, Bidault-Waddington said she had also just been published in Io Donna, an Italian women’s weekly, and she’s working on another photo assignment for the title. However, she made it clear she has no plans to abandon styling. “I want to keep my own job and do the photographing, too,” Bidault-Waddington said, noting she’s styling all of her photo shoots. “I don’t want to do just one or the other.” But isn’t it tough to wear two hats at once? Not really, she said. “It’s fun.”

— N.A.

 

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