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Women NY SS11 Showcard

Source | models.com

So excited for fashion weeks! What do you think of this showcard?

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Lanvin SS06 Campaign

I had not seen any really great copies of this campaign so when I found these I had to post them.

Source | The Style Registry via tFS

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Women NY Showcard F/W 10.11

Almost a year ago when I started this blog, Snejana’s NY showcard was the first thing I posted, so here we are full circle with her F/W 10.11 Women card. The card uses images from her Vogue Italia Glitter editorial, Gucci Cruise Campaign and the most recent Vogue Italia Runway editorial.

Source | models.com

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Runway

Vogue Italia January 2010

Photographer | Steven Meisel

Huge thanks to Diciassette (17) at tFS for scanning this epic editorial!

Which is your favourite shot? 😉

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Vogue Italia January 2010 Preview

Thanks to radolgc at tFS, here are the previews of Snejana in Vogue Italia January 2010!

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Editorial News

BLACKLAB at tFS brings *awesome* news of Vogue Italia January 2010!

Snejana appears in the main editorial shot by Steven Meisel, along with over 30 other girls including Lara Stone, Anna Selezneva, Magdalena F., Iris Strubegger, & Natasha Poly.

Some more details about the editorial –

“the girls are all mixed up on the pages. most pages have several small images of different girls on them. there are very few full page pics. it is very reportage feeling, like a backstage shoot.

i don’t feel like any of the girls look good. they look like just a bunch of candid shots.”

It’s so exciting to see Snejana in the mix and working with Meisel again! I’ll post images as soon as they’re available.

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Wonderland

Wonderland
ph. Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia August 2005

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Source | ecstasy lover livejournal

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