Sasha Pivovarova by Mikael Jansson for Vogue Paris November 2010

Always the chameleon, Sasha Pivovarova goes from elegance personified to maternal figure for the November issue of Vogue Paris. Wearing bohemian inspired garments from the likes of Alberta Ferretti, Lanvin and Yves Saint Laurent styled by Anastasia Barberi, Sasha spends a day of relaxation and playtime in Mikael Jansson’s sun-drenched photos.

















source | Valentine27 @ TFS

55 Responses to “Sasha Pivovarova by Mikael Jansson for Vogue Paris November 2010”

  1. GEORGEOUS EDITORIAL, Sasha looks so romantic and beautiful!
    This november issue is amazing: firrst that Wonderful cover, then this! <3 it!

  2. woow wow wow!!! these are so fresh and so beautiful!!!
    Sasha looks like a doll!
    Thes eare incredible! much love!

  3. This is so mindblowing. Oh my God, this is the best photoshoot I’ve ever seen!

  4. Sasha is amazing. Did you ever think that this editorial is very reflective this mother-daughter relationship is very important and reinforce one fashion magazine that is beyond what a lovely girl always learn your first steps into fashion with her mother. I loved the pictures!

  5. If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times…Sasha is the best around. Absolute perfection. And any interviews I’ve seen of her see seems so happy and genuine. I just adore her.

  6. freddie golightly Reply

    I think that the child is so much better then Sasha om theese pictures. Don’t get me wrong, Sasha is good. But the kis is better.

  7. freddie golightly Reply

    I think that the child is so much better then Sasha om theese pictures. Don’t get me wrong, Sasha is good. But the kis is better.

  8. The styling is fantastic, I love the softness of the photography and I can’t get over how beautiful and natural Sasha looks. This editorial has just become one of my new favorites.

  9. dreamy and soothing. would like to see more of Sasha doing spread like these as opposed to those firece ones.

  10. Sasha is great, however not so much in this shoot. She really doesn’t “look” like she is the mother of that child, maybe her sister who is upset that she needs to spend the time with the mobile and unpredictable little creature. She looks like she would rather spend her time gazing at ..whatever makes bring out those stares that could freeze a sunny day. I really like this “not-from-this-world” image and look she projects but I find it totally unappropriate for this shoot where I would have liked to see a smile. Nope, not trivial one cause these are not family pictures..but she looks like she sees dead people..or like a ghost herself

  11. Sasha is great, however not so much in this shoot. She really doesn’t “look” like she is the mother of that child, maybe her sister who is upset that she needs to spend the time with the mobile and unpredictable little creature. She looks like she would rather spend her time gazing at ..whatever makes bring out those stares that could freeze a sunny day. I really like this “not-from-this-world” image and look she projects but I find it totally unappropriate for this shoot where I would have liked to see a smile. Nope, not trivial one cause these are not family pictures..but she looks like she sees dead people..or like a ghost herself

  12. That last photo is beyond fantastic. In it, Sasha looks most connected to the child. There’s an overwhelming sense of emotion in these.

    French Vogue cant do wrong. Proven time and time over.

  13. Macaylecharm Reply

    this is the best shoot I have seen in sooooooo long. not a single criticism.

    • @Macaylecharm – you are so right. This is absolutely perfect in every way. I can’t believe people are saying there is nothing tender about the relationship between Sasha and the girl…. you guys a blind and hardened…

  14. where mr. jansson was???
    i had miss him for vogue!
    he is an amazing photographer…
    beautiful

  15. where mr. jansson was???
    i had miss him for vogue!
    he is an amazing photographer…
    beautiful

  16. I did not realise it was a mother/daughter theme, i too thought it was some ‘out of this world’ sisterly relationship. I visioned silence between them, but an unconditional love

  17. I did not realise it was a mother/daughter theme, i too thought it was some ‘out of this world’ sisterly relationship. I visioned silence between them, but an unconditional love

  18. @Macaylecharm – you are so right. This is absolutely perfect in every way. I can’t believe people are saying there is nothing tender about the relationship between Sasha and the girl…. you guys a blind and hardened…

  19. This might be the single most beautiful editorial I have EVER seen. Period.

  20. This might be the single most beautiful editorial I have EVER seen. Period.

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