Inguna Butane by Naomi Yang for Vogue Mexico December 2010

inguna butane Inguna Butane by Naomi Yang for <em>Vogue Mexico</em> December 2010

Photographer Naomi Yang captures the red trend for the December issue of Vogue Mexico in an alluring spread starring the dazzling Inguna Butane. Styled by Shino Itoi in crimson hues from the likes of Givenchy, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Celine and more, Inguna stuns in Rojo Amanecer.

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  • Laura

    The model is stunning and I love the red trend!

  • Anonymous

    So glad she’s back!

  • Emma

    there is somthing a bit odd about this. the model seems a bit manic

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    • http://twitter.com/Gerardo_Sands Gerardo Sands

      When i see it in the magazine i think the same

    • http://nudecency.tumblr.com New Decent

      Vogue should put that bottom photo on the cover. That would be funny.

  • http://www.enfantsperdus.com Quatre Tsien

    Really very powerful.

  • Marley

    I love the empowering red and the feminine flowers; the contrast is lovely and so are the clothes! I like the fact that the poses and model are a little odd in a gorgeous and eccentric way, it’s a different perspective.

  • Marley

    I love the empowering red and the feminine flowers; the contrast is lovely and so are the clothes! I like the fact that the poses and model are a little odd in a gorgeous and eccentric way, it’s a different perspective.

  • Marley

    I love the empowering red and the feminine flowers; the contrast is lovely and so are the clothes! I like the fact that the poses and model are a little odd in a gorgeous and eccentric way, it’s a different perspective.

  • anonymous

    She looks so different here, I wouldn’t have recognized her.

  • anonymous

    She looks so different here, I wouldn’t have recognized her.

  • anonymous

    She looks so different here, I wouldn’t have recognized her.

  • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

    she looks so gorgeous…and the red pieces are all amazing

    http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/

  • http://amatutare.wordpress.com/ matita

    Great editorial! The photos are beautiful.

  • http://amatutare.wordpress.com/ matita

    Great editorial! The photos are beautiful.

  • Guest

    The styling makes me think of menstruation.