Saturday, September 24, 2011
There's nothing more I could think of loving more than a stroll down the lanes of Fashion Editorials after a busy week schedule is being undertaken to the fullest. Vogue Russia team is at their best for this October Editorial, showcasing the connection that is there between not only Black and White (as colors and as a race) but also the connecting link that binds human beings together. This link takes me down to those days - of learning about American Literature and also, of daydreaming about how I would have befriended Walt Whitman or a Jack Kerouac in their era. But this is VOGUE RUSSIA I am supposed to be talking about, well... this editorial may have looked more like a Tom Ford-ish Ad Campaign for Fall/Winter 2011, I still love it for it has a TOUCH OF CLASS!!
Magazine: Vogue Russia.
Issue: October 2011.
Photographer: Jason Kibbler.
Model: Alla Kostromichova.
Fashion Editor/Stylist: Olga Dunina.
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