Marcel Castenmiller for Karen Walker | Spring 2010 Campaign

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Published May 3, 2010

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Appearing in Karen Walker’s latest eyewear campaign, Marcel Castenmiller, our current model of the month proves why he is one of the most versatile models in the industry. Whether he is required to be moody or deliver quirk, Marcel adapts to each story with great ease. With shades and a great attitude, Marcel delivers a campaign that welcomes the sunny days of summer.

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