Eniko Mihalik by Terry Richardson for The Gentlewoman F/W 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published October 26, 2010

Eniko Mihalik appears in yet another editorial for The Gentlewoman’s fall-winter issue, and this time around, the Hungarian beauty works with photographer Terry Richardson. Styled by Jonathan Kaye, Eniko sports a seventies inspired wardrobe of high-waisted pants and elegant accessories from labels such as Chloe, Calvin Klein and Versace.







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22 thoughts on “Eniko Mihalik by Terry Richardson for The Gentlewoman F/W 2010”

    • That is really what Terry does. His technical abilities are non existent or it his deliberate style. But really! What is going on here? These photos aren’t just bad, they and everything going on in them is amateur, lacking a vision and truly (echoing everyone else) – just boring.

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  1. Isn’t the point to make it look boring?

    Exact 70s replica, perfectly balanced light with no shadows or noticeable lighting…

    not a huge fan but a simple idea executed amazingly

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