Eve Smith by Amanda Lim for Culture Magazine | Rewind

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Published April 27, 2010

Amanda Lim takes to the rocky setting of a beach for her most recent work in Culture. Wearing some of Australia’s most prominent designers such as Josh Goot, Wayne Cooper and Bettina Liano, model Eve Smith evokes absolute cool and confidence in monochrome looks styled by Clare Byrne.









Full Credits (include if re-posting):
Photographer: Amanda Lim
Stylist: Clare Byrne
Makeup & Hair: Anastasia Pappas
Model: Eve Smith @ Viviens


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30 thoughts on “Eve Smith by Amanda Lim for Culture Magazine | Rewind”

  1. I don't think you can call this girl boring, or a replacement of Agyness – the only similarity in their looks is short blonde hair. Their face shape and features are entirely different. I really love those glass (?) geometric rings.

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  2. I don't think you can call this girl boring, or a replacement of Agyness – the only similarity in their looks is short blonde hair. Their face shape and features are entirely different. I really love those glass (?) geometric rings.

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  3. even with the short hair its hard to not notice that this model has a lovely soft-ish face. not tough and tomboy-ish much like agyness deyn who to me looks like an authentic tomboy.

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  4. even with the short hair its hard to not notice that this model has a lovely soft-ish face. not tough and tomboy-ish much like agyness deyn who to me looks like an authentic tomboy.

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  5. even with the short hair its hard to not notice that this model has a lovely soft-ish face. not tough and tomboy-ish much like agyness deyn who to me looks like an authentic tomboy.

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  6. even with the short hair its hard to not notice that this model has a lovely soft-ish face. not tough and tomboy-ish much like agyness deyn who to me looks like an authentic tomboy.

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  7. the monochrome looks are impeccable, the shapes really makes this story. I agree her face is much softer and pleasing to the eye than Agyness, just look @ the 2nd shott

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  8. the monochrome looks are impeccable, the shapes really makes this story. I agree her face is much softer and pleasing to the eye than Agyness, just look @ the 2nd shott

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  9. the monochrome looks are impeccable, the shapes really makes this story. I agree her face is much softer and pleasing to the eye than Agyness, just look @ the 2nd shott

    Reply
  10. the monochrome looks are impeccable, the shapes really makes this story. I agree her face is much softer and pleasing to the eye than Agyness, just look @ the 2nd shott

    Reply

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