Anja Rubik Fronts Kurt Geiger’s Fall 2012 Campaign by Erik Torstensson

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 10, 2012

Shoe GirlAnja Rubik hits the streets in London-based shoe label Kurt Geiger’s fall 2012 campaign, lensed by Erik Torstensson. Stylist Simon Robins selects tailored coats and leather pants to accompany the modern shoe styles and purses. / Creative direction by Saturday-London





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5 thoughts on “Anja Rubik Fronts Kurt Geiger’s Fall 2012 Campaign by Erik Torstensson”

  1. the images with just the shoes and legs looks awful, they are too skinny and they just look horrible. too retouched and too fake. dont like even though i used to looove anja…

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