Malgosia Bela by Cédric Buchet for Vogue Nippon July 2010

There is something about statues and fashion photography that fit so perfectly together. Perhaps it is because both bring to mind images of beauty and glamour, and within the most recent issue of Vogue Nippon, Malgosia Bela manages to look like a work of art herself in front of Cédric Buchet’s lens. Styled by George Cortina, Malgosia amazes with an exquisite grace as she dons airy garments that would make any Grecian goddess jealous.












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40 Responses to “Malgosia Bela by Cédric Buchet for Vogue Nippon July 2010”

  1. The first one in the red dress around the statue is amazing! Loving this whole shoot.

  2. The first one in the red dress around the statue is amazing! Loving this whole shoot.

  3. I agree, all the shots are a little samey, it gets a bit repetitive. But I LOVE the shot with the red dress! So much impact. The second black and white piece too, you can hardly tell where she begins and ends, its so illusive and expressive.

  4. I agree, all the shots are a little samey, it gets a bit repetitive. But I LOVE the shot with the red dress! So much impact. The second black and white piece too, you can hardly tell where she begins and ends, its so illusive and expressive.

  5. I agree, all the images are a little samey and get a bit repetitive but I LOVE the shot with the red dress, the impact is amazing! The second black and white shot is awesome too, I can barely tell where she ends and begins! So expressive.

  6. I agree, all the images are a little samey and get a bit repetitive but I LOVE the shot with the red dress, the impact is amazing! The second black and white shot is awesome too, I can barely tell where she ends and begins! So expressive.

  7. Ive always considered fashion art and I also understand that stautes are not always about "glamour" and Greek statues are not the only ones around.

    • with that said i really do like the images Malgosia looks great in all her dramatic exspression

  8. Ive always considered fashion art and I also understand that stautes are not always about "glamour" and Greek statues are not the only ones around.

    • with that said i really do like the images Malgosia looks great in all her dramatic exspression

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