Elise Crombez by Marcelo Gomes for Dossier Journal

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published May 2, 2011

A Shift in Perspective – Capturing an out of focus Elise Crombez, Marcelo Gomes takes on highlights from the spring collections for the latest issue of Dossier Journal. Styled by Sara Moonves, Elisa dons the colorful wares of Celine, Stella McCartney, Versace and others.












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18 thoughts on “Elise Crombez by Marcelo Gomes for Dossier Journal”

  1. She is pretty, but these pictures sort of look like pictures I take when I don’t have much inspiration and I’m trying to come up with something fantastic.

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  2. I find beauty in pretty much anything I view…but seriously- this is the photo version of the Blair Witch Project.
    What a blurry, confusing, compilation of I don’t even know what.
    This is the first thing I didn’t like on Fashion Gone Rogue. (So maybe that means that it’s brilliant? LOL

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  3. I don’t like blurry pics too

    but 

    the eight photo (in Celine), in particular, it sells pure reality. This is how we look like, no matter how expensive clothes we wear at the moment. 

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