Andressa Fontana Dons Chic Street Style Lensed by Zoltan Tombor for Grazia Italy

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Published July 10, 2012

Street BijouxZoltan Tombor’s latest story for Grazia Italy features model Andressa Fontana in a wardrobe of cool and casual street wear. Stylist Michela Guasco assembles an easy wardrobe with selects from the likes of Prada, Jimmy Choo, Sportmax, Tabitha Simmons, Christian Louboutin, Max&Co, Blugirl, Guess and Hogan. Andressa is ultra chic with a finishing touch of bright makeup by Cynthia Sobek (See) and a sleek bob by Shalom Sharon (Utopia).







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4 thoughts on “Andressa Fontana Dons Chic Street Style Lensed by Zoltan Tombor for Grazia Italy”

  1.  I’ll call most of it ultra plain, not ultra chic.   Nothing wrong with the looks–it just doesn’t seem worth the effort of an editorial.

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