Eniko Mihalik by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Paris June/July 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published May 26, 2011

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Updated March 31, 2019

The Bronze AgeEniko Mihalik gets bronzed for the summer in Vogue Paris’ latest beauty shoot lensed by Giampaolo Sgura. Looking every part the bombshell in sexy swimsuits and water accessories styled by Veronique Didry, Eniko looks ready for the beach from head to toe.





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30 thoughts on “Eniko Mihalik by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Paris June/July 2011”

  1. I agree the close up photo of her face the retouching is real real bad!  Especially on the cheeks.

  2. I think the ‘retouching’ in this shoot is a very particular style – to me it looks like it’s designed to resemble classic painted pin-ups of the war era and just afterwards. The colours too, it also has the look of three-strip technicolour of the period too – if you look at a movie like ‘To Catch A Thief’ with Grace Kelly on the beach or even ‘Gone With The Wind’ you notice that the skin tones look artificial, paint-like and rather brilliant. 

    I don’t think the retouching is bad – it’s just ‘fake’. And that is fine, it’s a style.

    • I was thinking that as well. It definitely looks like it was meant to look photoshoped. 

  3. I think the ‘retouching’ in this shoot is a very particular style – to me it looks like it’s designed to resemble classic painted pin-ups of the war era and just afterwards. The colours too, it also has the look of three-strip technicolour of the period too – if you look at a movie like ‘To Catch A Thief’ with Grace Kelly on the beach or even ‘Gone With The Wind’ you notice that the skin tones look artificial, paint-like and rather brilliant. 

    I don’t think the retouching is bad – it’s just ‘fake’. And that is fine, it’s a style.

  4. Love this. Eniko is amazing and I like the retouching, it’s not supposed to be natural anyways.

  5. Love this. Eniko is amazing and I like the retouching, it’s not supposed to be natural anyways.

  6. Love this. Eniko is amazing and I like the retouching, it’s not supposed to be natural anyways.

  7. Love this. Eniko is amazing and I like the retouching, it’s not supposed to be natural anyways.

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