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Frida Gustavsson & Melissa Tammerijn by Andreas Sjodin for Bon International Summer 2010

It looks like autumn has come early for the latest edition of Swedish publication, Bon International. From elegant wears to rocker chic, stylists Marcus Söder and Naomi Itkes cover all the bases as they piece…

Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers

Frida Gustavsson‘s youthful and sweet countenance is the perfect pairing for this spring-themed editorial in the latest Vogue Nippon. Photographed by Andreas Sjodin with styling by Sabino Pantone, Morning Flowers is pure ethereal goodness.

The American Experience by David Sims | Vogue US May 2010

Photographer David Sims takes a trip throughout the ages for the all-American issue of Vogue US. With eras ranging from the flapper era to modern-day, Sims and fashion editor Tonne Goodman have their work cut…

Frida Gustavsson, Anastasia Kuznetsova & Jenny Sinkaberg by Josh Olins | AnOther Spring 2010

Stylist Cathy Edwards looks to a spring color palette of neutrals to dress Frida Gustavsson, Anastasia Kuznetsova and Jenny Sinkaberg for the latest issue of AnOther magazine. Photographed by Josh Olins, a clean unaffected shooting…

Vogue Germany | Frida Gustavsson by Greg Kadel

Frida Gustavsson shows off a vibrant personality in her cover shoot of the latest Vogue Germany. In front of the lens of Greg Kadel, the young model proves her editorial prowess in Style Stars. Styled…

Bon Magazine | Even Just for a Day by Andreas Larsson

Bon cover girl Dorothea Barth-Jorgensen embraces her role as a tomboy for the magazine’s winter issue. Photographed by Andreas Larsson, a delightful Dorthea is joined by Sara Blomqvist, Charlie Westerberg, Frida Gustavsson, Mimmi Soderstrom, Lady…

Stockholm SSAW | Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Öhlund

The spring 2010 issue of Swedish magazine Stockholm SSAW features rising model Frida Gustavsson photographed by Andreas Öhlund and styled by Emelie Johansson. Coming off of a season where she walked over sixty shows, the…