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Magazine: Numero
Editorial: Bang Bang
Photographer: Miles Aldridge
Model: Masha Novoselova

"If I was a producer in Hollywood,  James Bond today would be a woman and I would call her Jane Bomb" Alber Elbaz of Lanvin

And here we are! Welcome to the comic's spy story featured in a full range of vivid colors! But this time not some Hollywood producer but Miles Aldridge in person invites us to his alternative spy themed story. Enjoy the acid trip of Masha "Jane Bomb" Novoselova's adventures full of twisted plot, garish colors, unexpected climax and the melody of "Bang Bang" in the background.

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Photographer: Solve Sundsbo
Model: Coco Rocha

Let me introduce you Coco the Pierrot - a pierrot completely different from the prototype of a French pantomime. This elegant pierrot is more reserved and sentimental like a daydreaming personification of melancholy. She seems to be deep in thoughts, absent from reality. All that she wants is to leave her in her lonely fantasy. Subtle avant-garde blended with romantic enchantment. Like the lyrics of Placebo's song...
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Zink Magazine
Editorial: Black Magic
Photographer: Julia Pogodina
Styling: Newheart Ohanian
Model: Asia Bugajska

Is it the black side of magic that shows its lavish and glamorous face? Or is it the inspiration of the "Black Swan" - long-awaited movie? The theatrically immaculate gowns and heavy accessories invite us to a performance where the model fights with her alter-ego showing the power over it. She is surrounded by black flames that perfectly harmonize with the magic. I am awe inspired by the styling and make-up which resembles Natalie Potman's theatrical make-up in the movie. Just take a look!

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Natalie Portman in 'Black Swan'
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Tank Magazine
Editorial: The name of the rose
Photographer: Ellen Rogers
Styling: Pandora Lennard
Model: Kristine Drinke

A fairy tale touch with a gypsy sense of freedom. She is like a Sleeping Beauty lost in the bohemian wonderland seeking for her unfulfilled dreams. Astonishing pictures of marzipan rose color give the impression that they were captured somewhere in the frozen scenes from Grimm's Brothers stories or even resemble to old photographs of our grandmothers. Pretty amazing!

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Photographer: Alexi Lubomirski
Model: Liya Kebede

Take a look at this editorial... Don't you have an impression that Liya - the model -  is like a flower in the middle of an uninhabited desert on the other end of the world?  Dark outfits contrasts with the background of a sunny harsh landscape while wind blowing on the delicate fabrics makes the model even more delicate and insecure.


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Magazine: Vogue China
Editorial:  Renaissance
Photographer: Pierluigi Macor
Model: Vlada Roslyakova

Watch carefully - these pictures are not unknown paintings of Sandro Boticelli or Leonardo da Vinci. The photo shoot was published on January 2007.

Incredible styling in a Renaissance spirit - a feast for the eyes!

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Magazine: Elle Sweden
Photographer: Jimmy Backius
Editorial: För Sverige i Tiden

Amazing, romantic, delicious! Baroque lovers along with fashionistas will be very pleased with such an excellent and opulent fusion of baroque regal dress code and intriguing contemporary fashion.

The photoshoot itself looks like snapshots of some historical movie. But what if you take a closer look - you will notice details of the present time.


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Magazine: Numero
Photographer: Solve Sundsbo
Model: Jessica Stam 

I wonder if it’s possible for a fashion editorial to work as a jigsaw puzzle game or even like a Rubik's cube? Looking at this photo you have the impression of colors juggling - vibrant, vivid, sometimes even glaring. It's incredible! I'm amazed by the color schemes that are shifting with every picture. Like some peculiar story that still remains a riddle.

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