Freja Beha Erichsen & Sasha Pivovarova by Mario Sorrenti for W Magazine

Ka-Pow! – Two of fashion’s best faces, Freja Beha Erichsen and Sasha Pivovarova, come together for a story in W Magazine’s September issue. Shot by Mario Sorrenti in eclectic prints from the likes of Balmain, Mulberry, Missoni and Chloe selected by Jane How, the top model duo gives a lesson in posing complete with wild hair and makeup.








images from Fashionologie

15 Responses to “Freja Beha Erichsen & Sasha Pivovarova by Mario Sorrenti for W Magazine”

  1. I DIDN’T KNOW “UP YOUR NOSTRILS” ANGLE WAS A GOOD LOOK…MUST be the F/W 2012 trend.

  2. I DIDN’T KNOW “UP YOUR NOSTRILS” ANGLE WAS A GOOD LOOK…MUST be the F/W 2012 trend.

  3. I guess Kit, kittenmasks and florider can do it soooo much better. That’s why they’re shooting big campaigns as we speak instead of wasting their time on useless comments on a fashion blog website.

    • I guess you must like the sight of nostrils then. Whatever floats your boat:)

  4. I guess Kit, kittenmasks and florider can do it soooo much better. That’s why they’re shooting big campaigns as we speak instead of wasting their time on useless comments on a fashion blog website.

  5. JANK by the way…., after reading the comments you have left before on past shoots/campaigns, it seems very odd that you don’t appreciate/tolerate/respect our opinions on Freja’s shoot.
     I didn’t know we could read older posts by scrolling on eachother’s names, which proved very interesting.. I guess you have a lot of skeletons in your comment closet. I wrote a constructive criticism regarding the angle of her nose but you prefer cheap and short namecalling in your posts it seems :) I leave you to it.

  6. This was shot at The Carlton Arms hotel in NYC. Amazing magical place run by lovely people. 

  7. wait, are we supposed to be keeping our opinions to ourselves if they’re not totally glowing and positive? I’ll keep that in mind…

  8. kinda feels like they felt that having ‘starpower’ would replace putting some more thought into the story, just my humble opinion but feels dull

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