Freja Beha Erichsen by Terry Richardson | Vogue Nippon

Inspired by the absolute decadence of the 1970s, Terry Richardson injects his won brand of eccentricity into the March issue of Japanese Vogue. Featuring Freja Beha Erichsen, the outlandish editorial isn’t afraid of color or pattern as shown by stylist George Cortina’s choice of bold ensembles.

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39 Responses to “Freja Beha Erichsen by Terry Richardson | Vogue Nippon”

  1. I got a copy of Vogue Nippon with this set of shoots from the Hiton Hotel in Tokyo. Wonderful! I love the little complementary pamphlet with in-season products categorized by color

  2. I got a copy of Vogue Nippon with this set of shoots from the Hiton Hotel in Tokyo. Wonderful! I love the little complementary pamphlet with in-season products categorized by color

  3. I got a copy of Vogue Nippon with this set of shoots from the Hiton Hotel in Tokyo. Wonderful! I love the little complementary pamphlet with in-season products categorized by color

  4. I got a copy of Vogue Nippon with this set of shoots from the Hiton Hotel in Tokyo. Wonderful! I love the little complementary pamphlet with in-season products categorized by color

  5. I don't usually go for Terry's style, but I think this editorial really worked out! I love how wild Freja looks.

  6. I don't usually go for Terry's style, but I think this editorial really worked out! I love how wild Freja looks.

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