Caroline Brasch Nielsen by Paola Kudacki for Harper's Bazaar US August 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 18, 2011

Pastel Moment – Selected by fashion editor Natasha Royt, Harper’s Bazaar US takes a look at the fall collections’ most notable pastel pieces for its August issue. Starring Caroline Brasch Nielsen and photographed by Paola Kudacki, the designs of Missoni, Dior, Reed Krakoff and others take center stage in the jovial shoot.









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9 thoughts on “Caroline Brasch Nielsen by Paola Kudacki for Harper's Bazaar US August 2011”

  1. She doesn’t look too comfortable in the smiling ones, unfortunate because I’ve seen her smile in candids and it’s beautiful.

  2. The shoes especially in this editorial stood out for me. Those Dior booties are to die for!

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