Andressa Fontana by Amanda Pratt for KAREN #12

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 3, 2011

Fairy Land – The latest issue of KAREN Magazine looks at the whimsical side of fashion with Amanda Pratt’s enchanting photographs featuring Andressa Fontana. Styled by Kate Envin, Andressa shines in lightweight dresses, pastel hues and magical hair accessories.









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17 thoughts on “Andressa Fontana by Amanda Pratt for KAREN #12”

  1. The good kind of dreamy but it’s not Tim Walker. If it was Tim Walker, there wouldn’t be so many crappy photoshop effects, it’s off -putting.

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  2. The good kind of dreamy but it’s not Tim Walker. If it was Tim Walker, there wouldn’t be so many crappy photoshop effects, it’s off -putting.

    Reply

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