Crystal Renn by Paola Kudacki for Harper’s Bazaar US December 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published November 17, 2010

Crystal Renn continues to dominate the editorial circuit with her latest work in Harper’s Bazaar US’ December issue. Lensed by Paola Kudacki, the American beauty wears the best looks of resort 2011 from the likes of Bottega Veneta, Chloe and Michael Kors styled by Natasha Royt.









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27 thoughts on “Crystal Renn by Paola Kudacki for Harper’s Bazaar US December 2010”

  1. Gorgeous but no longer considered plus size. I think she looks great. Not big or too skinny, just PERFECT :)) Good for you Crystal 🙂

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  2. she looks quite normal, she was more appealing as a proud plus size!
    now she’s just…a normal “curvy” model like eniko, quite boring, and her face expression is weird sometimes

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  3. ok soo ill admit skinny looks great ..plus size looks good on certain people but normal weight needs to be represented and i lovee this shoot! shes smoking hottttt!

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  4. It concerns me that she dropped so many sizes. Obviously if this was her ‘healthy’, natural weight, she would never have been a plus sized model to begin with. The fact that he body doesn’t do this on it’s own, makes me think she is back to extreme measures. Too bad. The nicest thing about her plus-size was that she looked happy, healthy and comfortable in her skin. Now she looks abit weird

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    • Are you SERIOUS?, with yoir assumption? I didn’t know that weight drs?, were now fashion editorial editors. So if she wanted tp lose the weight (which she did want to), then YOU have a problem with that? Exactly who’s life are YOU living? Geez. Get a grip. And i say this with LOVE.

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  5. I liked her better when she was considered plus size.  I think skinny women look funny anyway.  They look too severe.

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  6. I liked her better when she was considered plus size.  I think skinny women look funny anyway.  They look too severe.

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