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NATASHA POLY X VOGUE RUSSIA APRIL 2015

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Natasha Poly is an easy rider for the November edition of Vogue Spain which she guest edits and stars in with this story photographed by Lachlan Bailey. Inspired by motorcycle culture, stylist Geraldine Saglio pieces together a wardrobe of leather and casual tees from labels such as Loewe, Maison Martin Margiela, Céline and Barbara Bui. Carefree hair by Rudi Lewis and a smokey eye by Sally Branka give Natasha the perfect bad girl look.

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 Here is another look at the November issue of Vogue Spain guest edited by Natasha Poly and also featuring the Russian beauty in multiple stories by some of the industry’s top photographers. Taking on the Gucci autumn 2011 collection,Mariano Vivanco captures Natasha in the city of Venice with ultra-glam looks styled by fashion editor Sara Fernandez. Whether overlooking the water or enjoying an espresso, Natasha wows with her timeless appeal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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8 covers|muse magazine

Muse #25 Spring 2011 by Luigi Murenu. The girls names are on the cover, and the theme of the issue is The Modern Muses. You can see previews of the editorials at Models.com

I’ve been trying to make sense of this theme, The Modern Muses, in relation to these select faces. But I have not been able to, since I read it late last night. I hope the issue will shed some light on this matter. What makes these Modern Muses?

Also the statment by Luigi’s:

I think today’s fashion is afraid to take risks and in this project we wanted to
be totally free and anarchic, I would say more freestyle.

Does he mean take risk as in discovering what’s next. Or shooting a girl in 20 minutes like he did Gisele for example?

With Gisele we had just 20 minutes. I mean, you couldn’t even change your mind, so we didn’t
search originality at all costs, it’s been all so natural and with no expectations. We just wanted to have fun, it was a special atmosphere, with music turned on all time.

That being said, i like these covers, some more than others. But in general I think they rely on previous works by other photographers.

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8 covers|muse magazine