Barbara Palvin for DSquared2 Pre-Fall 2012 by Lorenzo Marcucci

dsquared1 Barbara Palvin for DSquared2 Pre Fall 2012 by Lorenzo Marcucci

Rebel Without a CauseBarbara Palvin plays the role of beatnik for the pre-fall 2012 collection from DSqaured2. Photographed by Lorenzo Marcucci, Barbara wears a beehive paired with a cigarette in hand and oversize glasses. Jewel tones of sapphire, emerald and amethyst spruce up classic staples such as the cigarette pant, trench coat and mini skirt.

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  • Len Cook

    “People who smoke have the greatest risk of lung cancer.” 

  • Catherine L.

    The shots are beautiful but I can’t believe they’d use a cigarette like that!  It bothers me a lot.

    • ThisIsMyFace

      Dan and Dean love to play gauche like that.

  • Charles Kane

    I don’t care what D&D want to “play” at. Fashion by definition influences people and Cigarettes KILL beautiful women horribly. This is neither Gauche nor Goullish. Neither the label the photographer nor the model should be participating in this sickness

    • Smile_laurietje

      Surely now everyone will pick up smoking .  

  • Guest

    Barbara looks marvelous! The cigarettes make sense with the collection being inspired by the 60’s. Most models smoke anyway…

    • Jens

      Awesome generalization…but I agree

  • Guilt/Lust

    Lovely clothes, styling, and Barbara! I love her…but, like others have mentioned…there’s nothing ‘cool’ about smoking, especially for someone young-looking like Barbara… she is only 18, but could pass for 15.

    • Lisa

      18 is old enough to smoke, so if she wants to she can..besides smoking is very nice to do

  • january

    love the 60s vibe
    january, x

  • Feenixnova
  • Frederik van Holland

    Ver beautiful pictures of you Barbara, but please don’t smoke! :)

  • Anonymous

    i loved the clothes! i’d use a lot of them! and the shoes! and the dresses! hahaha

  • Fashionistacr

    Is this a pro smoking campaign … ?