Egle Tvirbutaite Gets Wild for David Roemer’s Marie Claire US Shoot

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published August 14, 2012

Wild Mannered – Tapping into her wild side, model Egle Tvirbutaite embraces fall’s furs in all shades and styles for the September issue of Marie Claire US. David Roemer (Atelier Management) captures the brunette in a garden setting with styling by Laura Ferrara featuring the designs of Tom Ford, Carven and Fendi. / Hair by Keith Carpenter, Makeup by Christian McCulloch, Manicure by Bernadette Thompson






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5 thoughts on “Egle Tvirbutaite Gets Wild for David Roemer’s Marie Claire US Shoot”

  1. Hope she sweated loads and hated this shoot as much as I hate seeing so much fur being paraded around in the name of fashion. Progress? nop.

  2. Thought this was by Camilla Akrans. Why is everyone copying this aesthetic? Don’t love it to be honest.

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