2010, Camilla Akrans, Franck Benhamou, Morning Beauty, Sasha Pivovarova Sep 2, 2010 Morning Beauty | Sasha Pivovarova by Camilla Akrans Sasha Pivovarova photographed by Camilla Akrans and styled by Franck Benhamou Originally published in Numéro (Issue #86, September 2007) 2010Camilla AkransFranck BenhamouMorning BeautySasha Pivovarova Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Related Posts: Morning Beauty | Angela Lindvall by Camilla Akrans Morning Beauty | Anja Rubik by Camilla Akrans Morning Beauty | Sasha Pivovarova by Michael Thompson Samantha Gradoville by Camilla Akrans for Harper’s Bazaar US October 2010 Edita Vilkeviciute by Camilla Akrans for Numéro #117 Previous articleBlonde Ambition by Jamie Morgan for POP Fall/Winter 2010 Next articleDaria Werbowy for H&M Denim Days You may also like June 18, 2012 Lily Donaldson is A Pale Beauty for Ben Hassett’s Numéro #134 Shoot February 24, 2011 Louise Van Der Vorst by Adrian Mesko for Grazia Ohaless She’s AMAZING ! I’ll be reblogging this. http://www.ohaless.wordpress.com Jjovana3 This is gorgeous. She looks like classy real life Jessica Rabbit :) olika So beautiful, reminds me of a mermaid :) Love Sasha Guest too photoshoped isn’t it? Vlee1 beauty, makes me love sasha even more! Fiamma Gorgeous!!! XoXo Fiamma http://fashion-thrill.blogspot.com/ http://multiplefashiondisorder.wordpress.com poeticrealist WOW Sasha as a redhead…She looks fantastic! Ferdinand Sasha is great, and the editorial has potential, but it’s way too over-Photoshopped. Even for a Camilla Akrans editorial. The industry really needs to address this trend. People don’t relate to plastic, they relate to human beings. Spoiledrichkid22 Absolutely gorgeous. 0o0 I know this is going to be an unpopular opinion, but no matter; I’m always bothered by people urging fashion magazines to be more “real,” in one way or another. For me, looking at a fashion magazine is escapism, in one sense, but it is also just a way of seeing incredible imaginations (photographers, stylists, graphic designers…not to mention fashion designers!) working in tandem to create a product that REFERENCES reality, but does not by any means portray reality. Critiquing the amount of photoshop is completely valid on an artistic level, but honestly, if given the choice between a) looking at Sasha Pivovarova looking amazingly unrealistic and unnatural in a completely altered and meticulously designed context, or b) looking at a regular human being looking regular in a regular, unadulterated context, then damn, I choose Sasha any day. People really need to stop expecting ART to be an unaltered and completely truthful version of reality. Lourdes YAY reality TOTALLY sucks! I agree, if I pay to see amazing fashion I can’t afford, beautiful girls with impossibly unique features, locations I have seen only in dreams, stunning styling, hair, makeup, digital artistry… why on earth would I want to see ordinary? Keep the day dreams coming, I have enough ordinary with myself to last a life time… wait, that is exactly my sentence! allisonmazur jessica rabbit! <3 http://www.richlilpoorgirl.com richlilpoorgirl Exactly. :) doreese I actually 100% agree with you!! Madeleine oh my god she looks so good as a redhead! Mon She looks sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo beautiful here. I’m dying of love. LoveFrida So beautiful! Michelle Right away I saw Jessica Rabbit reborn- stunning! bevels Well said. I couldn’t agree more. Just get lost in it and enjoy the ride… otherwise you’re missing out. If you want reality go and sit in a park :) sarinni exactly! THX6050 Amen people! I think looking for reality in a fashion magazine is like looking for backbones and brains at a Tea Party rally. Everyday I see ‘reality’ on the streets, at work, and on the news, reality is inescapable. Sasha looks awesome here, I was pleasantly surprised by this editorial. It’s so “Get out of here, give me some money too.” – to all the Photoshop haters. Lauren_claveau she looks amazing! Lauren_claveau she looks amazing! Marisa She makes me want to dye my hair red. That’s saying something!