Bruna Tenorio by Jacques Dequeker for Vogue Brazil June 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published May 31, 2010

As the summer approaches, the idea of traveling around the globe becomes a truer reality with each passing day. For the June edition of Vogue Brazil, photographer Jacques Dequeker taps into the traveling theme with a trip to Peru, where model Bruna Tenorio mingles with the locals and does a little sight-seeing in the process. Styled by Franco Pellegrino in every traveler’s ideal wardrobe of lightweight and heat resistant pieces, Bruna takes to Peru’s mountainous Andes in On the Road.

















Full Credits (include if re-posting):
Photographer – Jacques Dequeker
Model – Bruna Tenorio
Stylist – Franco Pellegrino
Hair/Makeup – Max Weber


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52 thoughts on “Bruna Tenorio by Jacques Dequeker for Vogue Brazil June 2010”

  1. She looks beautiful and the styling is really neat. I like the concept of taking shots of her on a train running through the desert. Other than that, I'm ready for something fresh! The beauty-in-the-desert editorial is way overdone

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    • This isn't a desert setting though, she is in the Peruvian Andes, not a desert.
      Some really beautiful shots, with good styling, I like it.

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  2. She looks beautiful and the styling is really neat. I like the concept of taking shots of her on a train running through the desert. Other than that, I'm ready for something fresh! The beauty-in-the-desert editorial is way overdone

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  3. She looks beautiful and the styling is really neat. I like the concept of taking shots of her on a train running through the desert. Other than that, I'm ready for something fresh! The beauty-in-the-desert editorial is way overdone

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  4. She looks beautiful and the styling is really neat. I like the concept of taking shots of her on a train running through the desert. Other than that, I'm ready for something fresh! The beauty-in-the-desert editorial is way overdone

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    • This isn't a desert setting though, she is in the Peruvian Andes, not a desert.
      Some really beautiful shots, with good styling, I like it.

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    • It has the same vibe. (but it has the same vibe as recently Kim Noorda for UK Harper's Bazaar)
      The travelling theme is limited. You cannot be completely original anymore.

      But it it a great ed. Bruna looks amazing.

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    • It has the same vibe. (but it has the same vibe as recently Kim Noorda for UK Harper's Bazaar)
      The travelling theme is limited. You cannot be completely original anymore.

      But it it a great ed. Bruna looks amazing.

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    • It has the same vibe. (but it has the same vibe as recently Kim Noorda for UK Harper's Bazaar)
      The travelling theme is limited. You cannot be completely original anymore.

      But it it a great ed. Bruna looks amazing.

      Reply
    • It has the same vibe. (but it has the same vibe as recently Kim Noorda for UK Harper's Bazaar)
      The travelling theme is limited. You cannot be completely original anymore.

      But it it a great ed. Bruna looks amazing.

      Reply
  5. This is great. Sure, similar editorials have been done before. But to me, the photography, model, setting, and styling are all way above average.

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  6. This is great. Sure, similar editorials have been done before. But to me, the photography, model, setting, and styling are all way above average.

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  7. The traveling eds are done to death but this one is quite good. Everything is well done, and the location is lovely!
    The daria one was great too.

    I find it laughable that anyone would hike in heeled boots but to each their own.

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  8. The traveling eds are done to death but this one is quite good. Everything is well done, and the location is lovely!
    The daria one was great too.

    I find it laughable that anyone would hike in heeled boots but to each their own.

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  9. The styling is very relevant, and I love the colours. Not quite as glossy and overdone as the usual travel ed. I think I actually like this better then the one with Daria and Lily.

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  10. The styling is very relevant, and I love the colours. Not quite as glossy and overdone as the usual travel ed. I think I actually like this better then the one with Daria and Lily.

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  11. it looks very hot to wear so many layers of woolly clothes, makes me feel uncomfortable to look at, other than that its nice

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  12. it looks very hot to wear so many layers of woolly clothes, makes me feel uncomfortable to look at, other than that its nice

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