Denisa Dvorakova by David Bellemére for Marie Claire Italia September 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 16, 2010

Getting back to nature for its September issue, Marie Claire Italia enlists the help of photographer David Bellemére for a series of romantic images starring Denisa Dvorakova. Styled by Elisabetta Massari, Denisa dons an array of layered ensembles featuring the likes of Jil Sander, Maison Martin Margiela and Salvatore Ferragamo in Colori D’Autunno.














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21 thoughts on “Denisa Dvorakova by David Bellemére for Marie Claire Italia September 2010”

  1. Very interesting how they’ve managed to make boring clothes look exciting through creative positioning, location and distortion.

  2. Very interesting how they’ve managed to make boring clothes look exciting through creative positioning, location and distortion.

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