Dinara Chetyrova by Jamie Nelson for Elle Vietnam July 2011

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Published June 23, 2011

Blue Sky – With creative direction by Phuong My, Dinara Chetyrova looks heavenly amidst a cerulean sky in a stunning editorial lensed by Jamie Nelson for Elle Vietnam’s July issue. Wearing an impeccable mix of jewel tones, animal prints and metallic materials styled by Tre Ford; Dinara looks ready to take over the world with wind swept hair and a fierce determination.








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30 thoughts on “Dinara Chetyrova by Jamie Nelson for Elle Vietnam July 2011”

  1. love love the first photo of her against the white wall! The white clothing makes her blend in with the wall yet she still pops!

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  2. This is an incredible editorial and a feast for the eyes. I’ve never heard of Tre Ford or Phuong My before but I hope to see more in the future.

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  3. This is an incredible editorial and a feast for the eyes. I’ve never heard of Tre Ford or Phuong My before but I hope to see more in the future.

    Reply
  4. This is an incredible editorial and a feast for the eyes. I’ve never heard of Tre Ford or Phuong My before but I hope to see more in the future.

    Reply

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