Toni Garrn by Terry Tsiolis | Harper’s Bazaar US April 2010

Lensed by Terry Tsiolis, German model Toni Garrn goes commercial for her most recent work in April’s Harper’s Bazaar US. Smiling and energetic in casual ensembles styled by Aleksandra Woroniecka, Toni gives a perfectly relaxed attitude in Chic at Every Price.








23 Responses to “Toni Garrn by Terry Tsiolis | Harper’s Bazaar US April 2010”

  1. I hope budgets come back soon so we can get back to location… and GET OFF THE GRAY PAPER.

    (nice catalog…)

  2. I hope budgets come back soon so we can get back to location… and GET OFF THE GRAY PAPER.

    (nice catalog…)

  3. I hope budgets come back soon so we can get back to location… and GET OFF THE GRAY PAPER.

    (nice catalog…)

  4. basement Reply

    She needs more arched eyebrows. Her natural eyebrows make her look so confused. Looks a bit off when she smiles.

  5. basement Reply

    She needs more arched eyebrows. Her natural eyebrows make her look so confused. Looks a bit off when she smiles.

  6. basement Reply

    She needs more arched eyebrows. Her natural eyebrows make her look so confused. Looks a bit off when she smiles.

  7. Beatrice Reply

    "Chic at Every Price"? Usually such an editorial title would imply some sort of price variety in not just the clothes, but also the outfits being displayed. While their efforts to include items with only double-digit price tags (!!) are very commendable, the effect is slightly ruined when it seems you must pair your cheap-ass Banana Republic shirt with a two-thousand dollar Givenchy blazer.

    Ah well. This is why I love fashion spreads. Toni sells the clothes wonderfully, and she doesn't look too forced, for once!

    And it seems like the studio shoot is never going to go away, so I'll just say she works well with what she's got. :)

  8. Beatrice Reply

    "Chic at Every Price"? Usually such an editorial title would imply some sort of price variety in not just the clothes, but also the outfits being displayed. While their efforts to include items with only double-digit price tags (!!) are very commendable, the effect is slightly ruined when it seems you must pair your cheap-ass Banana Republic shirt with a two-thousand dollar Givenchy blazer.

    Ah well. This is why I love fashion spreads. Toni sells the clothes wonderfully, and she doesn't look too forced, for once!

    And it seems like the studio shoot is never going to go away, so I'll just say she works well with what she's got. :)

  9. Beatrice Reply

    "Chic at Every Price"? Usually such an editorial title would imply some sort of price variety in not just the clothes, but also the outfits being displayed. While their efforts to include items with only double-digit price tags (!!) are very commendable, the effect is slightly ruined when it seems you must pair your cheap-ass Banana Republic shirt with a two-thousand dollar Givenchy blazer.

    Ah well. This is why I love fashion spreads. Toni sells the clothes wonderfully, and she doesn't look too forced, for once!

    And it seems like the studio shoot is never going to go away, so I'll just say she works well with what she's got. :)

  10. cute styling… but nothing really out of the ordinary… yes, i was hoping for it to be a little more true to the title, but oh well. Bazaar seems a bit at a loss for titles and headlines like… all the time. haha

  11. cute styling… but nothing really out of the ordinary… yes, i was hoping for it to be a little more true to the title, but oh well. Bazaar seems a bit at a loss for titles and headlines like… all the time. haha

  12. cute styling… but nothing really out of the ordinary… yes, i was hoping for it to be a little more true to the title, but oh well. Bazaar seems a bit at a loss for titles and headlines like… all the time. haha

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