Filed under: Editorials | Tags: a super máquina, anastasia barbieri, azza yousif, cédric buchet, diego da silva, karim rahman, karmen pedaru, knight rider, mayako sasaki, queen of spade, vogue portugal
What would summer be without reruns? In a word, cruel. That could well be a motivating thought behind the decision by Vogue Portugal’s editor in chief Paula Mateus to reprint Karmen Pedaru‘s Cédric Buchet editorial from Vogue Paris juin / juilett 2011 as her magazine’s August 2011 cover story. As much as readers would no doubt appreciate a new Karmen Pedaru cover story I reckon few will disparage this particular reprint, which counts as the Estonian’s first ever for the storied Condé Nast franchise. If you can’t catch A Super Máquina on TV this summer, then you certainly could do worse than cop Karmen Pedaru’s Vogue Portugal cover issue.
Credits include: Publication, Vogue Portugal Agosto 2011; Photography, Cédric Buchet; Fashion editor, Anastasia Barbieri; Hair, Diego da Silva; Makeup, Karim Rahman for L’Oréal Paris; Production, Queen of Spade; Fashion assistance, Azza Yousif, Mayako Sasaki.
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