Edita Vilkeviciute by Sean & Seng for 032c

Joanna Elizabeth


Published May 31, 2011

The Pin-up FilesSean & Song photograph the forever seductive Edita Vilkeviciute for the most recent issue of 032c. Working with fashion editor Tamara Rothstein, the photography duo captures Edita in shades of 70s chic with comfy knits and lingerie inspired accessories.

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19 thoughts on “Edita Vilkeviciute by Sean & Seng for 032c”

  1. I’ve been liking a lot of Sean & Seng’s recent work, it’s so glamorous.  Not every shot works, but Edita is a force to be reckoned with!

  2. I like that she was not photoshopped, the close up of her face reminds me of the late 80s early ninties gucci and YSL ads when you could see ‘(tiny) pores’. sounds silly but it looks better than plastic fantastic. 🙂


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