Emily Senko by Wendy Bevan for Marie Claire Italia March 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 25, 2011

Wendy Bevan’s early twentieth century style lends itself perfectly to the latest Marie Claire Italia where Bevan and fashion editor Elisabetta Massari looked towards Frida Kahlo for inspiration. Featuring Emily Senko as the Mexican artist, Latin Lover uses some of the season’s most stunning looks from the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Roberto Cavalli and Blumarine to create one captivating narrative.









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34 thoughts on “Emily Senko by Wendy Bevan for Marie Claire Italia March 2011”

    • Today’s modern digital photography has a sleek, clean look that only came about when digital cameras came about. Film will never have that tack sharp, sheeny finish that digital does, and film lovers prefer it that way. Grainy doesn’t mean “bad quality,” it means either film or manipulated digital. Either way, the look is purposeful, and in no way denotes poor quality photography. This shoot is gorgeous. Well composed, well colored, and well manipulated for a vintage feel appropriate for the narrative. I’m guessing it’s digital because it’s new and I don’t know the photographer’s other work, but it could be either.
      I’ve seen comments about “bad quality” on Fashion Gone Rogue lately, and I want to clear up the misconception. Not everything has to be shiny!!

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  1. I really, really love it. Love the imagery, love the girl. I did think it could have been edited down, felt like it should have left me wanting more, not feeling too full.

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  2. Wow I think that this is absolutely stunning… Beautiful model, beautiful hair, beautiful makeup, great settings and photographer. I just love it all 🙂

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