Daria Werbowy is All Natural in Maiyet’s Fall 2012 Campaign by Cass Bird

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published October 3, 2012

Cozy AutumnDaria Werbowy keeps it low-key in the fall 2012 campaign from American fashion brand Maiyet. The Canadian beauty shows off a new sheared ‘do in cozy knitwear and military inspired outerwear styles. Captured in Kenya by Cass Bird, the natural grace of Daria shines through in the images and campaign video.






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4 thoughts on “Daria Werbowy is All Natural in Maiyet’s Fall 2012 Campaign by Cass Bird”

  1. Wow, what a beautiful location and video with so many theme–romanticism, individualism, freedom…there’s so much there (and I think it does a good job of leaving any colonialism out of it).

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