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Valentino Fall 2011 Couture by Damien Neva

Ford’s Karmen Pedaru, Sigrid Agren, Kate King, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Julia Nobis, Valerija Kelava, and Ford Women’s Allaire Heisig featured for the Valentino fall 2011 couture collection by Pier Paolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri Wednesday morning at Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild in Paris.

Please visit Vogue.co.uk to read a review and see the entire Valentino fall 2011 couture collection.

Karmen Pedaru | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Karmen Pedaru | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Sigrid Agren | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Sigrid Agren | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Kate King | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Kate King | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Allaire Heisig | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Allaire Heisig | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Hanne Gaby Odiele | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Hanne Gaby Odiele | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Julia Nobis | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Julia Nobis | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Valerija Kelava | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)

Valerija Kelava | Valentino Fall 2011 Couture (Photography: GoRunway)



Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 by Damien Neva

As far as in-between seasons are concerned, resort with its breezy presentation calendar (roughly May-July) could not be more in tune with its existential origins — the island retreat. The near total disunity between designers presenting their resort collections as opposed to the rigidity of the fall / winter and spring / summer fashion weeks has made for a delightful surprise on occasion. Take for example the latest Salvatore Ferragamo resort 2012 collection by Massimiliano Giornetti, which was only Tuesday shown at the James B. Duke Mansion in New York. On the day, Ford’s Sigrid Agren, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Delfine Bafort, Valerija Kelava, and Maryna Linchuk featured in the presentation. Shown a full seven weeks after Chanel‘s stroll along the French Riviera and two days after the menswear shows in Paris concluded, this Salvatore Ferragamo resort collection rings freshly in the mind. The elegant surroundings of the Duke mansion echoed an elegance that surely must have provided an inspiration for this collection of Giornetti’s whilst the casting of Sigrid, Hanne Gaby, Delfine, Valerija, and Maryna surely did it absolutely no harm whatsoever.

Please visit Vogue.com to read a review and see the entire Salvatore Ferragamo resort 2012 collection.

Sigrid Agren | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)

Sigrid Agren | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)

Hanne Gaby Odiele | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)

Hanne Gaby Odiele | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)

Delfine Bafort | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)

Delfine Bafort | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)

Valerija Kelava | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)

Valerija Kelava | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)

Maryna Linchuk | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)

Maryna Linchuk | Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 (Photography: Dan Lecca)



Adrian Bosch | Vogue Hommes International 13 S/S 2011 by Damien Neva

Lately, any Paolo Roversi story that does not feature Ford’s Valerija Kelava is by default headline news. Having featured in four editorials by the Italian in the span of six months, you could be forgiven for thinking Valerija would be even money to be in his next story to appear on this page. As it turns out, however the honor falls to Ford Men’s Adrian Bosch, who can be seen in Vogue Hommes International Spring / Summer 2011. Titled “Portraits,” the Jacob K-styled story opens with the Dane wearing a cotton jacket by Jil Sander, floral polyester dress (yessir) by Blustons London, and a cotton shirt by Louis Vuitton. The floral-dress leitmotif runs through the remainder of the story, which once again can be seen hiked up for Adrian’s second look, a wool jacket with satin lapels and wool trousers by Etro, cotton dress shirt by Strellson, silk tie by Prada, and, yup, a polyester print dress, again by Blustons London. Bereft of the model who is arguably Paolo Roversi’s de facto muse, it is perhaps not surprising to see a symbolic dress pass from look to look and thus signify the very figure absent in each portrait. Then again, those dresses could be just a wry dig at menswear for what is the thirteenth issue of Vogue Hommes International. Either way, Adrian Bosch flawlessly acquits himself and thereby snatches back the headlines.

Credits include: Publication, Vogue Hommes International Spring / Summer 2011, Issue 13; Title, “Portraits”; Photography, Paolo Roversi; Styling, Jacob K; Hair, Odile Gilbert; Makeup, Marie Duhart; Styling assistance, Elie Campagna, Grgo Zecic.

Adrian Bosch | Vogue Hommes International 13 S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Adrian Bosch | Vogue Hommes International 13 S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Adrian Bosch | Vogue Hommes International 13 S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Adrian Bosch | Vogue Hommes International 13 S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Adrian Bosch | Vogue Hommes International 13 S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Adrian Bosch | Vogue Hommes International 13 S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)



Valerija Kelava | LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011 by Damien Neva

With full-time having yet to be called on Spring / Summer 2011 biannual issues, I would like to take a look at one Condé Nast edition that has been patiently biding its time on Magazine Mountain. Yes, it’s that British volume, whose title is written all shouty-like so that it reads LOVE. Amongst several editorials contained in the fifth issue of LOVE is a story by photographer Alasdair McLellan featuring Ford’s Valerija Kelava. Titled “Nonstop Erotic Dancing,” the Olivier Rizzo-styled story situates the ck one Fragrance, Jil Sander Navy, Aquascutum, and Diesel Black Gold S/S 11 campaign model on a stage more commonly associated with districts red light than theatre. As ever with LOVE, there is a twist, which comes in the form of gender ambiguity that is championed throughout the self-described “Androgyny Issue.” “Glamour, flamboyance, decadence; hair, clothes, and make-up, all exaggerated and souffléd up to a rousing crescendo of excess,” writes LOVE editor in chief Katie Grand, “creating a glorious sense of artifice that entrances the beholder so much more profoundly than the mundane matter of the gender of the person beneath it all.” To that end, Valerija first appears in the story clasping her hands, Antony Turner-styled hair slicked back, and wearing a Prada suit. The styling relaxes considerably for the final three shots wherein Valerija wears little more than a silk skirt by Dolce & Gabbana. And with that, color me entranced, Miss Grand!

Credits include: Publication, LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011; Title, “Nonstop Erotic Dancing”; Photography, Alasdair McLellan; Fashion editor, Olivier Rizzo; Hair, Antony Turner; Makeup, Lucia Pica; Manicure, Sophy Robson using Chanel S/S 11; Production, Chloe Charlesworth at Art Partner; Set design, Vincent Olivieri; Photography assistance, Simon Bremner, Hazel Gaskin, Gareth Powell; Fashion assistance, Donatella Musco, Mara Palena; Hair assistance, Luke Anthony, Marcia Lee; Makeup assistance, Sofia Bermudez, Jenny Coombs, Yuko Fredriksson; Set design assistance, Oman Stewart; Retouching, Picture House NYC; Processing and prints, Bayeux.

Valerija Kelava | LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Alasdair McLellan)

Valerija Kelava | LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Alasdair McLellan)

Valerija Kelava | LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Alasdair McLellan)

Valerija Kelava | LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Alasdair McLellan)

Valerija Kelava | LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Alasdair McLellan)

Valerija Kelava | LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Alasdair McLellan)

Valerija Kelava | LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Alasdair McLellan)

Valerija Kelava | LOVE Issue 5 Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Alasdair McLellan)



Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 by Damien Neva

That the “statute of limitations” has not yet lifted on Spring / Summer 2011 biannual magazines means any editorials contained therein remain subject to prosecution, or, in the case of this page, celebration. The fact is, biannual editions that hit newsstands in March are frequently lost in the maelstrom of the show season. Today, however I would like to return to Magazine Mountain for a look at a story that was unfairly passed over in the hasty exit from the runway season. Ford’s Valerija Kelava features in Pop Spring / Summer 2011 photographed by Mel Bles for what is arguably the most ambitious Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière editorial of the season. Since the Belgian designer showed his S/S 11 line in Paris last September, Balenciaga has rightly featured in the pages of Vogue Nippon, W, Purple and more.

Such is the excitement surrounding this Balenciaga collection that Pop called upon the creative direction of senior contributing fashion director Vanessa Reid for a four-part editorial devoted to Ghesquière’s Spring / Summer 2011 collection as interpreted by four different contemporary artists. Meredyth Sparks, Clunie Reid, and Linder Sterling each in their own way do their artistic best to alter, embellish, and otherwise contort the photographs of Mel Bles that feature Valerija Kelava. Gillian Wearing contributes to “Act 1,” though shot by herself and Paul Cox. Also included in the issue along with the editorial is a conversation art critic and “super curator” Hans Ulrich Obrist has with Nicolas Ghesquière and his long time collaborator and close friend Dominique Gonzalez-Forester, the three of whom together provide a fascinating glimpse of the creative working behind Balenciaga. Needless to say, what with having not rushed to post it back in March and all, this isn’t a story to be skimmed, but rather one to be studied and savored much like the extraordinary Valerija Kelava.

Credits include: Publication, Pop Spring / Summer 2011; Title, “Balenciaga | Guggenheim: Act 2”; Creative direction, Vanessa Reid; Fashion editor, Vanessa Reid; Photography, Mel Bles; Art direction, Meredyth Sparks c/o Elizabeth Dee Gallery; Hair, Tomo Jidai at Streeters using Shu Uemura Art of Hair; Makeup, Gemma Smith-Edhouse using Chanel S 2011; Casting, Angus Munro at AM Casting; Set design, David White; Photography assistance, Noemie Reijnen, Olin, Matt; Fashion assistance, Delphine Desane, Michael Edward Meyer, Lilli Heinemann, Tui Lin; Hair assistance, Yusuke Ukai, Elvire Ooux, Michi, Shinya Fukami; Makeup assistance, Lara Bello, Natasha Hangyal; Production, Kenny Burns at D+V Management; Film processing & printing, The Artful Dodgers, London. Studio, Curtain Road Studios; Special thanks, Spring Lighting, James at Curtain Road Studios, Elizabeth Dee Gallery; Furniture provided by Viaduct London, SCP London.

Publication, Pop Spring / Summer 2011; Title, “Balenciaga | Guggenheim: Act 3”; Creative direction, Vanessa Reid; Fashion editor, Vanessa Reid; Photography, Mel Bles; Art direction, Clunie Reid c/o MOT International; Hair, Tomo Jidai at Streeters using Shu Uemura Art of Hair; Makeup, Gemma Smith-Edhouse using Chanel S 2011; Casting, Angus Munro at AM Casting; Set design, David White; Photography assistance, Noemie Reijnen, Olin, Matt; Fashion assistance, Delphine Desane, Michael Edward Meyer, Lilli Heinemann, Tui Lin; Hair assistance, Yusuke Ukai, Elvire Ooux, Michi, Shinya Fukami; Makeup assistance, Lara Bello, Natasha Hangyal; Production, Kenny Burns at D+V Management; Film processing & printing, The Arton. Studio, Curtain Road Studios; Special thanks, Lilli Heinemann, Spring Lighting, James at Curtain Road Studios; Furniture provided by Viaduct London, SCP London.

Publication, Pop Spring / Summer 2011; Title, “Balenciaga | Guggenheim: Act 4”; Creative direction, Vanessa Reid; Fashion editor, Vanessa Reid; Photography, Mel Bles; Art direction, Linder Sterling c/o Stuart Shave / Modern Art Gallery; Hair, Tomo Jidai at Streeters using Shu Uemura Art of Hair; Makeup, Gemma Smith-Edhouse using Chanel S 2011; Casting, Angus Munro at AM Casting; Set design, David White; Photography assistance, Noemie Reijnen, Olin, Matt; Fashion assistance, Delphine Desane, Michael Edward Meyer, Lilli Heinemann, Tui Lin; Hair assistance, Yusuke Ukai, Elvire Ooux, Michi, Shinya Fukami; Makeup assistance, Lara Bello, Natasha Hangyal; Production, Kenny Burns at D+V Management; Film processing & printing, The Artful Dodgers, London. Studio, Curtain Road Studios; Special thanks, Spring Lighting, James at Curtain Road Studios, Ryan at Modern Art Gallery; Furniture provided by Viaduct London, SCP London.

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Meredyth Sparks)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Meredyth Sparks)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Clunie Reid)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Clunie Reid)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Clunie Reid)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Clunie Reid)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Linder Sterling)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Linder Sterling)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Linder Sterling)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Linder Sterling)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Linder Sterling)

Valerija Kelava | Pop Spring / Summer 2011 (Photography: Mel Bles; Art direction, Linder Sterling)



Valerija Kelava & Janice Alida | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 by Damien Neva

High above the timberline of Magazine Mountain lie untold mysteries. With the spring thaw comes not only a torrent of fresh water, but also editorials that long ago should have featured on this page were it not for the glacial presence of the F/W 2011 show season. If there is one photographer whom should never be made to wait, then it is Paolo Roversi. Such is the strength of his work and its inimitable color that makes the decision to feature it on this page largely academic. The last time I spoke about Ravenna-born photographer, it was in relation to his Vogue Italia February 2011 story featuring Ford’s Valerija Kelava. At the time I suggested it wouldn’t be the last occasion the Slovenian would feature in one of his stories and I was not wrong. It so happens that Valerija along with Janice Alida feature in AnOther Magazine Spring / Summer 2011 photographed by Paolo Roversi. Styled by Olivier Rizzo the story dresses Valerija and Janice in a number of looks comprised of torpedo bras from Andy’s Chee-Pees, dyed cotton knickers throughout by Petit Beateau, stockings throughout by Grandicalze, various corsets, and the odd straw hat by Marc Jacobs. This story is at turns luxurious, decadent, and wholly “all undressed and nowhere to go” in its execution. The frequency of Paolo Rovers-Valerija Kelava stories shows no sign of flagging and I reckon there has to be another story in the offing. In fact, I think I know right where to look… .

Credits include: Publication, AnOther Magazine Spring / Summer 2011 Issue 20; Title, [Untitled]; Photography, Paolo Roversi; Styling, Olivier Rizzo; Hair, Marc Lopez at Artlist; Makeup, Marie Duhart at Atelier 68 for MAC Cosmetics; Photography assistance, Arno Frugier; Styling assistance, Donatella Musco, Letizia Latini; Hair assistance, Hauke Krause; Makeup assistance, Laura Bernard; Production, Sidney Kapuskar; Margaux Nelkin at Art + Commerce; Set design, Jean Hughes De Chatillon; Image source, tFS.

Valerija Kelava | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Janice Alida & Valerija Kelava | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Janice Alida & Valerija Kelava | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava & Janice Alida | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava & Janice Alida | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava & Janice Alida | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava & Janice Alida | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Janice Alida | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Janice Alida | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava & Janice Alida | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)

Valerija Kelava & Janice Alida | AnOther Magazine S/S 2011 (Photography: Paolo Roversi)



Paris Prêt à Porter Automne-Hiver 2011-2012 Review by Damien Neva

Before I can truly call full time on the F/W 11 show season I must first push this Paris review out the door. New York Fashion Week felt like a lark after the way Milano Moda Donna made me (not to mention the models!) feel. There is something about cramming all those Milano shows into what are essentially four days rather than the six on the calendar that is downright brutal. Paris is an entirely different animal and accordingly spreads the shows over a leisurely eight days, which allowed Sigrid Agren (25) and Karmen Pedaru (21) to break that all important twenty show benchmark. For two models who didn’t even walk in London they featured in sixty-four (64) and fifty-three (53) shows respectively.

Alana Zimmer featured in seventeen (17) shows in Paris and a total fifty-seven (57) for the season once her eight (8) London shows are added including two openings for Jaeger London and Nicole Fahri. Julia Saner featured in sixteen (16) shows in Paris, forty-eight (48) overall, and in the French capital opened Paul & Joe, and closed another in Christian Dior where she supplied arguably one of the most enduring images of the season by blowing a kiss to the audience. Hanne Gaby Odiele featured in fourteen (14) Paris shows, of which she opened Cacharel and closed Akris to bring her season total to forty-seven (47). Daiane Conterato featured in twelve (12) Paris shows and thirty-six (36) overall, where during the final week she also opened Haider Ackermann and opened and closed Ann Demeulemeester.

All told Paris proved to be an incredible eight days as did the entire show season for our girls. I now invite you to geek out on the below show lists. As ever any errors, omissions, mistakes are strictly my own and will be corrected if brought to my attention in the below comments section. Au revoir, Paris, see you in another six months.

Paris Prêt à Porter Automne-Hiver 2011-2012 Review
Alana Zimmer: Dries Van Noten, Rochas, Rue du Mail, Zac Posen, Ann Demeulemeester, Rick Owens, Christian Dior, Lanvin, Pedro Laurenço, Haider Ackermann, Jean Paul Gaultier, Akris, Hermès, Emanuel Ungaro, Paul & Joe, Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton
Alexandra Tretter: Anne Valérie Hash, Undercover, Tsumori Chisato
Anais Mali: Mugler, Nina Ricci, Christian Dior, Loewe, Stella McCartney, Emanuel Ungaro, Chloé
Andie Arthur: Miu Miu
Crystal Renn: Zac Posen
Daiane Conterato: Damir Doma, Dries Van Noten, Rochas, Undercover, Ann Demeulemeester (O, C), Yohji Yamamoto, Haider Ackermann (O), Hermès, Kenzo, Vanessa Bruno, Moncler Gamme Rouge, Miu Miu
Delfine Bafort: Balenciaga, Maison Martin Margiela, Haider Ackermann
Emily Senko: Guy Laroche, Undercover, Ann Demeulemeester, Lanvin, Pedro Laurenço, Andrew Gn, Vanessa Bruno
Erjona Ala: Balenciaga
Hanne Gaby Odiele: Dries Van Noten, Rue du Mail, Rick Owens, Nina Ricci, Pedro Laurenço, Cacharel (O), Akris (C), Kenzo, Emanuel Ungaro, Giambattista Valli, Paul & Joe, Chanel, Valentino, Miu Miu
Hannelore Knuts: Jean Paul Gaultier
Janice Alida: Felipe Oliveira Baptista, Barbara Bui, Vivienne Westwood, Andrew Gn, Vanessa Bruno, Moncler Gamme Rouge
Julia Saner: Rochas, Balmain, Barbara Bui, Nina Ricci, Christian Dior (C), Lanvin, Jean Paul Gaultier, Akris, Costume National, Giambattista Valli, Vanessa Bruno, Paul & Joe (O), Chanel, Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Elie Saab
Karmen Pedaru: Hakaan, Dries Van Noten, Rue du Mail, Balenciaga, Balmain (O), Rick Owens, Nina Ricci, Christian Dior, Lanvin, Pedro Laurenço (C), Haider Ackermann, Viktor & Rolf, Céline, Hermès, Givenchy, Stella McCartney, Chloé, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton
Kate Kosushkina: Nicolas Andreas Taralis, Felipe Oliveira Baptista, Undercover, Barbara Bui, Nina Ricci, Andrew Gn, Costume National, Vanessa Bruno, Léonard, Comme Des Garçons, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Arzu Kaprol
Katsia Zingarevich: Stella McCartney, Gareth Pugh
Lydia Willemina Collins: Givenchy (exclusive)
Ming Xi: Hakaan, Guy Laroche, Rochas, Mugler, Zac Posen, Rick Owens, Roland Mouret, Lanvin, Loewe, Costume National, Emanuel Ungaro, Schiatzy Chen, Louis Vuitton, Elie Saab
Sigrid Agren: Hakaan, Dries Van Noten, Rue du Mail, Balmain, Rick Owens, Nina Ricci, Roland Mouret, Christian Dior, Lanvin, Pedro Laurenço, Haider Ackermann, Viktor & Rolf, Cacharel, Loewe, Hermès, Kenzo, Stella McCartney, Chloé, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu, Elie Saab
Tayane Leão: Guy Laroche, Yohji Yamamoto, Cacharel, Hermès, Givenchy, Giambattista Valli, Moncler Gamme Rouge
Valerija Kelava: Dries Van Noten, Rue du Mail, Balenciaga, Lanvin, Viktor & Rolf, Cacharel (C), Céline, Hermès, Givenchy, Chloé, Alexander McQueen, Miu Miu

O: Open; C: Close

Julia Saner (C) | Christian Dior F/W 11 (Photography: Matthew Kristall)

Julia Saner (C) | Christian Dior F/W 11 (Photography: Matthew Kristall)




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