Giedre Dukauskaite by John Lindquist | Vogue Turkey March 2010

Photographer John Lindquist captures some of the most notable pieces from the spring collections in Vogue Turkey‘s premier issue. Styled by Konca Aykan, Lithuanian beauty Giedre Dukauskaite wears designs from Viktor & Rolf, D&G, Versace and others in the tantalizing studio shoot.







40 Responses to “Giedre Dukauskaite by John Lindquist | Vogue Turkey March 2010”

  1. Beautiful pictures (and I wish that, except out of genuine concern, people would stop telling others that they are too skinny or too fat)

  2. Beautiful pictures (and I wish that, except out of genuine concern, people would stop telling others that they are too skinny or too fat)

  3. God, I love this girl. She has such a sleek, powerful, mature look (and no, by "mature" I don't mean "old). I usually am not one to care much about this, but I love that she looks like a woman rather than a little kid.

  4. God, I love this girl. She has such a sleek, powerful, mature look (and no, by "mature" I don't mean "old). I usually am not one to care much about this, but I love that she looks like a woman rather than a little kid.

  5. Ahh this shoot is so strange, I'm not sure Lara looks her best here, even with all the different hair styles!

  6. Ahh this shoot is so strange, I'm not sure Lara looks her best here, even with all the different hair styles!

  7. She's growing on me more and more! Unique face that is very cute looking but in some eds she does sexy well too!

  8. She's growing on me more and more! Unique face that is very cute looking but in some eds she does sexy well too!

  9. dustme..... Reply

    Not sure whether to sack the stylist, the photographer or the model herself…….

  10. dustme..... Reply

    Not sure whether to sack the stylist, the photographer or the model herself…….

  11. Anonymous Reply

    i love these. even with the white background, they have a certain softness to them and aren’t too sharp or contrasted like i would have expected.

  12. Anonymous Reply

    i love these. even with the white background, they have a certain softness to them and aren’t too sharp or contrasted like i would have expected.

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