Doutzen Kroes by Lachlan Bailey for Muse Fall 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 19, 2011

One From the HeartDoutzen Kroes continues her return to high fashion with a cover story in Muse Magazine’s fall issue photographed by Lachlan Bailey. Sporting form-fitting knits and skirts from the likes of Givenchy and Jil Sander styled by Clare Richardson, Doutzen gets a day out on the beach. With windswept hair by Diego Da Silva and a red lip by Rosemary Swift, Doutzen plays the role of aloof stunner well in Bailey’s stunning images.








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12 thoughts on “Doutzen Kroes by Lachlan Bailey for Muse Fall 2011”

  1. She is beautifull but believe me in Holland there are many girls like her! Tall, blond, slim, You see them on these old black bikes all over Amsterdam, it is true!

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