Coco Rocha for Harper’s Bazaar Russia November 2010 by Alan Gelati

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 21, 2010

Coco Rocha takes on the nomad trend with her most recent work for Harper’s Bazaar Russia’s November cover shoot. Lensed by Alan Gelati with styling by Natalia Alaverdian, the Canadian model sports autumn ensembles from Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Wunderkind and more.

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15 thoughts on “Coco Rocha for Harper’s Bazaar Russia November 2010 by Alan Gelati”

  1. This is such a fabulous and powerful spread. Coco looks striking and expressive without looking odd or scary and there is variety in every shot. The styling makes my heart stop as well 😉


  2. Coco is beautiful! She has such diversity with every pose and expresion. Her face is so striking and different, but its so Coco Roach. Love it. Lover her. Love everything. 

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