Angela Lindvall by Jean-François Campos for Vogue Latin America March 2012

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 27, 2012

El jardín del EdénAngela Lindvall poses for Jean-François Campos in a lush outdoor shoot set in the desert for the March cover shoot of Vogue Latin America. Outfitted by Sarah Gore Reeves, Angela wears a mix of ladylike and futuristic looks from Gareth Pugh, Lanvin and Miu Miu amongst others. Lush curls by Maranda and flawless makeup by Billy B perfect the blonde’s outdoor escapades. / Art direction by John Paul Tran





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7 thoughts on “Angela Lindvall by Jean-François Campos for Vogue Latin America March 2012”

  1. I don’t know what the text says but I shouldn’t have to know. The pictures should tell me everything. Seeing the Gareth piece shows me more of a political situation with the magazine and less of an editor’s choice. Bummer because I really don’t understand the styling of this story.

    • with or without understanding the text, its pretty clear that the styling of the story is about the trends of the season.

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