Valentina Zelyaeva & Andreea Diaconu by David Burton for Elle Russia May 2011

Out WestValentina Zelyaeva and Andreea Diaconu play the role of two farmhands for the May cover shoot from Elle Russia. Photographed by David Burton and styled by Daria Anichkina, the cowgirl stunners sport a wardrobe of romantic selects with designs from Ralph Lauren’s spring collection.










20 Responses to “Valentina Zelyaeva & Andreea Diaconu by David Burton for Elle Russia May 2011”

  1. this theme has been done so many times, but rarely, in my opinion, has it been done so beautifully. The lighting and photography are beautiful and the models just bring a natural grace to the scenes. I wish Andreea would get more work because she is absolutely gorgeous.

  2. anonymous Reply

    ok, vogue china did the cowboy thing really well, but as of now i am TOTALLY sick of seeing this theme.

  3. anonymous Reply

    ok, vogue china did the cowboy thing really well, but as of now i am TOTALLY sick of seeing this theme.

  4. As I love western, I love the theme and I don’t get tired. But you may suppose I’m a little obsessed.

  5. As I love western, I love the theme and I don’t get tired. But you may suppose I’m a little obsessed.

  6. Yeah, the Vogue China story was good, but that might also be because they added something more to it – it became interesting because a Chinese actress isn’t really the stereotypical cowgirl. This doesn’t even have that — I would call it a good shoot with a worn-out theme (cause some of the shots really are quite etheral).

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  7. Yeah, the Vogue China story was good, but that might also be because they added something more to it – it became interesting because a Chinese actress isn’t really the stereotypical cowgirl. This doesn’t even have that — I would call it a good shoot with a worn-out theme (cause some of the shots really are quite etheral).

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  8. Yeah, the Vogue China story was good, but that might also be because they added something more to it – it became interesting because a Chinese actress isn’t really the stereotypical cowgirl. This doesn’t even have that — I would call it a good shoot with a worn-out theme (cause some of the shots really are quite etheral).

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  9. Yeah, the Vogue China story was good, but that might also be because they added something more to it – it became interesting because a Chinese actress isn’t really the stereotypical cowgirl. This doesn’t even have that — I would call it a good shoot with a worn-out theme (cause some of the shots really are quite etheral).

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    http://theperfectplacetostart.blogspot.com/

  10. Yeah, the Vogue China story was good, but that might also be because they added something more to it – it became interesting because a Chinese actress isn’t really the stereotypical cowgirl. This doesn’t even have that — I would call it a good shoot with a worn-out theme (cause some of the shots really are quite etheral).

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    http://theperfectplacetostart.blogspot.com/

  11. Anonymous Reply

    The girls are pretty, but my eyes can’t focus on anything. To much lace, ruffles, frills and fringe. Agreed, not the freshest.

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