Libertarian Mag #3 | Paulina M. by Agustina Rodriguez

Paying homage the era of big tent circuses, photographer Agustina Rodriguez creates a story of pure showmanship for the July-August edition of Argentinian based magazine, Libertarian Mag. Styled by Jess Monterde and Laia Porta, Paulina M. of Trend Models wears an array of prints and textures in Daughter of Bohemia.






27 Responses to “Libertarian Mag #3 | Paulina M. by Agustina Rodriguez”

  1. take a good idea, get the model really offside with boredom and disinterest, forget to get any budget for props, don't dress the set, add a crap fiter or drop contrast and fiddle with colours in photoshop, rush to publish
    Result – complete trash

  2. take a good idea, get the model really offside with boredom and disinterest, forget to get any budget for props, don't dress the set, add a crap fiter or drop contrast and fiddle with colours in photoshop, rush to publish
    Result – complete trash

  3. I'm not a big fan of the vintage-looking-filters of this 4-outfit-so-called-editorial

  4. I'm not a big fan of the vintage-looking-filters of this 4-outfit-so-called-editorial

  5. Carmen Kass x Eniko Mihalik? Haha, that's the first thing that sprung to mind when I saw her face.

  6. Carmen Kass x Eniko Mihalik? Haha, that's the first thing that sprung to mind when I saw her face.

  7. Carmen Kass x Eniko Mihalik? Haha, that's the first thing that sprung to mind when I saw her face.

  8. Allee Lee Reply

    I like the Armand Basi dress…
    But this shoot is a bit blah… I do like the model's eyes though.

  9. Allee Lee Reply

    I like the Armand Basi dress…
    But this shoot is a bit blah… I do like the model's eyes though.

  10. Allee Lee Reply

    I like the Armand Basi dress…
    But this shoot is a bit blah… I do like the model's eyes though.

  11. I find it kind of charming but it definitely depends a little too much on the hazy vintage quality of the photos.

  12. I find it kind of charming but it definitely depends a little too much on the hazy vintage quality of the photos.

  13. I find it kind of charming but it definitely depends a little too much on the hazy vintage quality of the photos.

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