November 16th, 2009

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Paris Vogue febuary 2009

Lara Stone by Patrick Demarchelier
styled by Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele

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I personally think what it`s the best style and make-up what Lara has ever wear. A bit tanned blonde without extreme make-up or grotesquely sexualized, va va voom or avant-garde goddess. With her feautures as their are extremely, i don`t think what she needs all that. just natural and modest splendour. So far i know, it hasnt been scanned yet, we`ve seen only tiny previews. now- HQ images

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Vogue Paris febuary 2009

Lara Stone seen by various contemporary artists

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Since febuary issue was fully dedicated to Miss Stone, there are several works of modern artists: they presented their vision of Lara as an it-girl, model, modern fashion icon or simply object of an art. If you understand french- you can even read articles, sorry, im too lazy to translate.

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Vogue Russia june 2000

Amanda Moore, Adi by Enrique Badulescu
styled by Daniela Paudice

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once upon a time there was Daniela Paudice working as a regular stylist for Vogue Russia, Enrique Badulescu shoted quite often for big publications such Vogue Italia and Vogue Paris in his dirty -colored manner (which i was loving pretty much). it was just a beginning of year zeroes. And the most confusing and weird thing in all this for me is what i remember all this like it was just yesterday and i `m not so old yet)

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Vogue Paris november 1996

Esther de Jong by Francois Rotger
styled by Dalphine Treanton

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One of the editorial feautured in Vogue Paris of Joan Juliet Buck`s era (1994-febuary 2001). One editor in cheaf of one powerful magazine told me what then french vogue was a complete dump. I wouldnt call it like this, it was really worser that under Carine, but there still were good contributors like M-A Sauve, Carine itself was working as a regular stylist feauturing Mario Testino (and it was just a happening for me-their duo`s appearing quite often in issues).
I just adore that photo-story (mostly for the idea and not for the exception- it`s mediocre): thats gonna be such dissonance between: tattoos, clothes, model, atmosphere, but everything just works so well here. and even gross tattoos look like a delicate body painting. I can call that shot the best of all Esther`s career. she`s so seraphic and spiritualized here, look like a nymph of rainforest and i can`t picture more suitable model: her thin blond hair, almost transparent pale skin with see-through vessels, skinny body, tall figure giving her image that necessary feeling of soar and shots- the atmosphere of a morning dew and water color painting.

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