Daria Werbowy by Mario Testino | Vogue US May 2010

April 14, 2010

Daria Werbowy by Mario Testino | Vogue US May 2010

Showcasing designs from designers such as Alexander Wang, Phillip Lim and Ralph Lauren, the latest issue of Vogue US highlights American sensibility with Americans in Paris. Lensed by Mario Testino with styling by Marie-Amelie Sauvé, the story captures Daria Werbowy as she takes a tour around the French city.

Daria Werbowy by Mario Testino | Vogue US May 2010
Daria Werbowy by Mario Testino | Vogue US May 2010
Daria Werbowy by Mario Testino | Vogue US May 2010
Daria Werbowy by Mario Testino | Vogue US May 2010
Daria Werbowy by Mario Testino | Vogue US May 2010
Daria Werbowy by Mario Testino | Vogue US May 2010
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    • From Wikipedia:

      "Daria Werbowy (born November 19, 1983) is a Canadian model. [….] Although originally born in Kraków, Poland, Werbowy holds both Canadian and Ukrainian citizenship. When she was three years old, Werbowy's Ukrainian parents moved to Mississauga, a suburb of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[…]"

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    • From Wikipedia:

      "Daria Werbowy (born November 19, 1983) is a Canadian model. [….] Although originally born in Kraków, Poland, Werbowy holds both Canadian and Ukrainian citizenship. When she was three years old, Werbowy's Ukrainian parents moved to Mississauga, a suburb of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[…]"

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  1. I'm coveting this issue more and more and kind of don't want to see any more of it online before I get it in the mail. This story is beautiful styling Daria's chameleon and all.

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  2. I'm coveting this issue more and more and kind of don't want to see any more of it online before I get it in the mail. This story is beautiful styling Daria's chameleon and all.

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  3. I'm coveting this issue more and more and kind of don't want to see any more of it online before I get it in the mail. This story is beautiful styling Daria's chameleon and all.

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  4. I love the natural light and overexposure – Goes with the retro styling. I wish more Photographers shot more natural light like Mario, hence he's one of my favorites. He make fashion and models approachable and real…

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  5. I love the natural light and overexposure – Goes with the retro styling. I wish more Photographers shot more natural light like Mario, hence he's one of my favorites. He make fashion and models approachable and real…

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  6. I love the natural light and overexposure – Goes with the retro styling. I wish more Photographers shot more natural light like Mario, hence he's one of my favorites. He make fashion and models approachable and real…

    Reply
  7. I love the natural light and overexposure – Goes with the retro styling. I wish more Photographers shot more natural light like Mario, hence he's one of my favorites. He make fashion and models approachable and real…

    Reply
  8. I love the natural light and overexposure – Goes with the retro styling. I wish more Photographers shot more natural light like Mario, hence he's one of my favorites. He make fashion and models approachable and real…

    Reply
  9. I agree, Daria looks beautiful in bangs, but I think it almost makes her look too everyday, like some pretty girl you could meet at the mall. And I wish they had done a different title, I think "Americans in Paris" is overdone (and doesn't fit, given that Daria isn't an American). But I agree, I do love the soft focus and overexposure, I think it's a really nice touch.

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  10. I agree, Daria looks beautiful in bangs, but I think it almost makes her look too everyday, like some pretty girl you could meet at the mall. And I wish they had done a different title, I think "Americans in Paris" is overdone (and doesn't fit, given that Daria isn't an American). But I agree, I do love the soft focus and overexposure, I think it's a really nice touch.

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  11. I agree, Daria looks beautiful in bangs, but I think it almost makes her look too everyday, like some pretty girl you could meet at the mall. And I wish they had done a different title, I think "Americans in Paris" is overdone (and doesn't fit, given that Daria isn't an American). But I agree, I do love the soft focus and overexposure, I think it's a really nice touch.

    Reply
  12. I agree, Daria looks beautiful in bangs, but I think it almost makes her look too everyday, like some pretty girl you could meet at the mall. And I wish they had done a different title, I think "Americans in Paris" is overdone (and doesn't fit, given that Daria isn't an American). But I agree, I do love the soft focus and overexposure, I think it's a really nice touch.

    Reply
  13. I agree, Daria looks beautiful in bangs, but I think it almost makes her look too everyday, like some pretty girl you could meet at the mall. And I wish they had done a different title, I think "Americans in Paris" is overdone (and doesn't fit, given that Daria isn't an American). But I agree, I do love the soft focus and overexposure, I think it's a really nice touch.

    Reply

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