Denisa Dvorakova by Laura Sciacovelli | Marie Claire Italia March 2010

Despite spending a day underneath the scorching desert sun, Denisa Dvorakova manages to keep her cool in lightweight looks styled by Ivana Spernicelli for the March issue of Marie Claire Italia. Wearing a dusty color palette consisting of pieces from ChloĆ©, Roberto Cavalli and Missoni, Denisa is queen of the desert in Laura Sciacovelli‘s Planet Earth.














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52 Responses to “Denisa Dvorakova by Laura Sciacovelli | Marie Claire Italia March 2010”

  1. i think that she looks like many models…such as anja,snjeana…

  2. i think that she looks like many models…such as anja,snjeana…

  3. i think that she looks like many models…such as anja,snjeana…

  4. i think that she looks like many models…such as anja,snjeana…

  5. Deserts are the most abused sets in fashion photography. There are so many options but it always ends up in sexy nomad.

  6. Deserts are the most abused sets in fashion photography. There are so many options but it always ends up in sexy nomad.

  7. Deserts are the most abused sets in fashion photography. There are so many options but it always ends up in sexy nomad.

  8. Deserts are the most abused sets in fashion photography. There are so many options but it always ends up in sexy nomad.

  9. Another desert spread. Ooohh it's not Daria Werbowy!

    Why would you photograph clothes that are shades of brown in the desert? Does that make any design sense? Bottomline, you're selling the clothes.

    Too bad the styling is actually pretty.

  10. Another desert spread. Ooohh it's not Daria Werbowy!

    Why would you photograph clothes that are shades of brown in the desert? Does that make any design sense? Bottomline, you're selling the clothes.

    Too bad the styling is actually pretty.

  11. Another desert spread. Ooohh it's not Daria Werbowy!

    Why would you photograph clothes that are shades of brown in the desert? Does that make any design sense? Bottomline, you're selling the clothes.

    Too bad the styling is actually pretty.

  12. Another desert spread. Ooohh it's not Daria Werbowy!

    Why would you photograph clothes that are shades of brown in the desert? Does that make any design sense? Bottomline, you're selling the clothes.

    Too bad the styling is actually pretty.

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