Barbara di Creddo by Koray Birand for Marie Claire US October 2010

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 27, 2010


Updated May 9, 2019

The October issue of Marie Claire US enlists photographer Koray Birand for a series of colorful and opulent imagery taken in Istanbul, Turkey. Starring Barbara di Creddo styled by Nina Sterghiou in ornate fabrics and accessories from the likes of Max Mara, Dior and Stella McCartney, the backdrop of the Çiragan Palace Kempinski provides a decadent setting to captivating fashions.

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16 thoughts on “Barbara di Creddo by Koray Birand for Marie Claire US October 2010”

  1. I’m a fan of Barbara. Whatever outfits and make up she wears, she still the best. Brilliant face, hot gal, perfect. Very very well done.

  2. Might I also add, in the midst of Islamophobia that Fox News seem to be infested with, its very nice to see a mainstream magazine feature Islamic architecture and monuments in positive ways.

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