Codie Young & Rosemary Smith by Nicole Bentley for Vogue Australia October 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 3, 2010

Vogue Australia brings a sense of romanticism and lightness to the new season with its October cover shoot lensed by Nicole Bentley (Work Agency). Featuring cover girl Codie Young joined by Rosemary Smith, the story places focus on lace, flowers and fringe through the work of fashion editor Meg Gray.












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24 thoughts on “Codie Young & Rosemary Smith by Nicole Bentley for Vogue Australia October 2010”

    • same here. the lighting and clothes are beautiful, but the models’ poses are creepy… as if they’re twins that are lesbian with each other.

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  1. that very first shot reminds me of an old Shalom and Amber editorial shot in Venice I think…beautiful ed, this one đŸ™‚

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  2. they did a lot to hide their pretty little breasts. didn’t need it but when you see the runway version of these designs, i believe the intent was to be a “little” provocative.

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