Eniko Mihalik by Sebastian Faena for Vogue Nippon December 2010

Eniko Mihalik has moved away from the role sultry seductress to elegant sophistication for her last few print stories. And the latest magazine Eniko appears in is the December edition of Vogue Nippon. Captured by Sebastian Faena and styled by Sissy Vian, Eniko dons a wardrobe of colorful prints and bold accessories from the likes of Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent and Emilio Pucci in a story about lost dreams. (Marilyn NY)








35 Responses to “Eniko Mihalik by Sebastian Faena for Vogue Nippon December 2010”

  1. Black and white photo is stunning. That is THE best i’ve seen her look in a while.

  2. Black and white photo is stunning. That is THE best i’ve seen her look in a while.

  3. Black and white photo is stunning. That is THE best i’ve seen her look in a while.

  4. I want to dress like this! Hats and scarves and over the top. In the garden and when grocery shopping.

    • indeed.. Vogue Nippon is so much better than this.. at least when Nicola does the styling.. the 1st phonebooth one and the swing one are ok, but Eniko looks clumsy in all others

  5. i love these photos, vogue japan is really showing improvement with this kind of story.

  6. Love the mood of these pics, especially the one at the top! She looks like Catherine Deneuve in that one.

  7. the story is so done + flat + undimentional…I mean, what is the story??
    The title is probably the best ting here…

  8. the story is so done + flat + undimentional…I mean, what is the story??
    The title is probably the best ting here…

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