Bottega Veneta Spring 2011 Campaign | Karolina Kurkova by Alex Prager

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published March 14, 2011

Bottega Veneta’s spring 2011 campaign stars Karolina Kurkova alongside Santiago Montero. Despite the clear blue skies, a mystery seems to be unfolding in photographer Alex Prager’s cinematic images.







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24 thoughts on “Bottega Veneta Spring 2011 Campaign | Karolina Kurkova by Alex Prager”

  1. hello, alfred hitchcock reference! The Birds and North by Northwest! I love it when fashion tries to be more than just industry and takes influences from art. well done!

  2. hello, alfred hitchcock reference! The Birds and North by Northwest! I love it when fashion tries to be more than just industry and takes influences from art. well done!

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