Ella & Imogen by Karen Inderbitzen-Waller for No. Magazine Issue #10

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published June 23, 2010

No. Magazine goes into New Zealand’s very own Hispanic import, Mexican Specialties, with a photo feature by the same name. Photographed by Karen Inderbitzen-Waller, models Ella and Imogen spend a day exploring the shops many delicacies including religious artifacts and Día de los Muertos artwork. Styled by Zara Mirkin in a fusion of Mexican and New Zealand attire, the duo exudes ultimate cool.











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28 thoughts on “Ella & Imogen by Karen Inderbitzen-Waller for No. Magazine Issue #10”

  1. I love the last picture with the lucha libre masks. But this photoshoot feels more like an experiment with photography and time/place and not so much with fashion.

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  2. I love the last picture with the lucha libre masks. But this photoshoot feels more like an experiment with photography and time/place and not so much with fashion.

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  3. I cannot believe people think that a girl who takes the same photos with the same clothes on, people think its beautiful and how we have a genuinely syled shoot and people think is isn't fashion… yes fashion is art people but it is ultimately about the garments. These clothes are fantastic even if these girls look like they are 13.

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  4. I cannot believe people think that a girl who takes the same photos with the same clothes on, people think its beautiful and how we have a genuinely syled shoot and people think is isn't fashion… yes fashion is art people but it is ultimately about the garments. These clothes are fantastic even if these girls look like they are 13.

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  5. This shoot is from NZ, with New Zealand models, photographer and stylist… you can see how the Mexican theme is more of a costume than anything else as it is literally a world away from New Zealand.

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  6. This shoot is from NZ, with New Zealand models, photographer and stylist… you can see how the Mexican theme is more of a costume than anything else as it is literally a world away from New Zealand.

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