Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley

February 1, 2011

Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley

Vogue Australia takes a spring outing for its March edition starring cover girl Alina Baikova. Photographed by Nicole Bentley and styled by Meg Gray, Alina sports the season’s most vibrant and relaxed looks from the likes of Prada, Gucci and Mulberry in Viva la Revolución.

Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley
Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley
Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley
Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley
Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley
Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley
Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley
Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley
Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley

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29 thoughts on “Alina Baikova for Vogue Australia March 2011 by Nicole Bentley”

  1. i like it but i’m getting sick of seeing the same prada and gucci looks in every editoral, i’m over it and its not even spring yet

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    • goodness, I was just thinking the same. are mags using stylists or simply PR go betweens for these shoots?! It might not be “new” but it seems more severe than ever because of the net and.. well, sites like these. The clothes are over-exposed

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    • You’ve read my mind. Its not even a month into spring clothing, that ridiculous Prada collection is EVERYWHERE. I dont understand why wealthy smart women will spend thousands of dollars for jail jumpsuits, hospital scrubs and monkeys. I mean seriously. I know Miuccia is smart and innovative, but even she can miss a mark sometimes. AND THATS OK.

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      • I love the editorial, but when I got to that picture all I could think was – “Yep, that silly monkey shirt still looks silly”.
        Silly monkey.

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      • I love the editorial, but when I got to that picture all I could think was – “Yep, that silly monkey shirt still looks silly”.
        Silly monkey.

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  2. I absolutely adore this shoot, it has to be up there in my top 3!!!! The colours aaah!

    And personally, I find the Prada collection fabulous 🙂

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