Dita Von Teese by BrakhaX2 in A Shady Green | Genlux Magazine Fall 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 3, 2010

Dita Von Teese stars in the Green issue of Genlux Magazine in a bug crawling spread photographed by BrakhaX2. Toeing the line between the artificial and realistic, Dita tends her garden of love in retro ensembles styled by Shiffy Kegan.








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31 thoughts on “Dita Von Teese by BrakhaX2 in A Shady Green | Genlux Magazine Fall 2010”

  1. I never quite understand the distaste many WOMEN have for Dita. She represents a very feminine and elegant woman who is in touch with what she feels makes a woman sexy. Yes, she does nude modeling, and makes money by taking her clothes off, but I have never seen it done with so much class. I don’t view her as fake, or as trying to take women back to an era where we weren’t respected. Women need to get over the whole ‘we are just as important/useful/strong as a man’, people know that, we’re there. The only thing she’s ever done, is worn flattering clothing of another time, and done so flawlessly. Nowadays, women are so obsessed with wanting to appear confidant and strong, that the very fine lady-like details that make women’s fashion so appealing is being lost. We glorify the look in gorgeous spreads and editorials in French Vogue, but when one woman lives it, she’s being fake and lacking moral fiber. Our gender needs to lighten up and get back in touch with itself.

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  2. I don’t like the 4th pic,but the rest of this is really good! Dita is lovely. I don’t get your opinion. I don’t want to see anorexic models who looks the same everywhere.

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  3. I don’t like the 4th pic,but the rest of this is really good! Dita is lovely. I don’t get your opinion. I don’t want to see anorexic models who looks the same everywhere.

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  4. I looove the concept: organic/fake where is the difference? and that kind of thing…. but I don’t like the way it looks! Dita has deffinitely looked better in other editorials

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  5. I looove the concept: organic/fake where is the difference? and that kind of thing…. but I don’t like the way it looks! Dita has deffinitely looked better in other editorials

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