Elisa Sednaoui for D la Repubblica by Stefano Galuzzi

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 26, 2011

Dress You UpElisa Sednaoui (d’management group) taps into her inner bohemian for April 23rd issue of D la Repubblica. In front of Stefano Galuzzi’s lens, Elisa dons a cool mix of fringe and sequins styled by Annie Lerner and featuring the work of Dolce & Gabbana, Miu Miu and Roberto Cavalli among others.










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14 thoughts on “Elisa Sednaoui for D la Repubblica by Stefano Galuzzi”

  1. what the HELL is everyone talking about? the lighting in this is gorgeous, and the set leaves so much room for elisa to work. she is phenomenally natural. i LOVE this.

  2. what the HELL is everyone talking about? the lighting in this is gorgeous, and the set leaves so much room for elisa to work. she is phenomenally natural. i LOVE this.

  3. what the HELL is everyone talking about? the lighting in this is gorgeous, and the set leaves so much room for elisa to work. she is phenomenally natural. i LOVE this.

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