Evelina Mambetova for Playing Fashion July/August 2010 by Ryan Yoon

July 5, 2010

Evelina Mambetova for Playing Fashion July/August 2010 by Ryan Yoon

Celebrating all things Ukrainian, the July-August edition of Playing Fashion captures the nomadic side of the country with Ryan Yoon’s contribution. Starring cover girl Evelina Mambetova in heavily layered looks styled by David Widjaja, fur and knits reign supreme in the studio spread.

Evelina Mambetova for Playing Fashion July/August 2010 by Ryan Yoon
Evelina Mambetova for Playing Fashion July/August 2010 by Ryan Yoon
Evelina Mambetova for Playing Fashion July/August 2010 by Ryan Yoon
Evelina Mambetova for Playing Fashion July/August 2010 by Ryan Yoon
Evelina Mambetova for Playing Fashion July/August 2010 by Ryan Yoon
Evelina Mambetova for Playing Fashion July/August 2010 by Ryan Yoon

31 thoughts on “Evelina Mambetova for Playing Fashion July/August 2010 by Ryan Yoon”

  1. It's a nice editorial, but I don't see anything that resemblance "nomadic"…

    I'm not a fan of fur but I must say the styling team did a great job with the layering.

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  2. It's a nice editorial, but I don't see anything that resemblance "nomadic"…

    I'm not a fan of fur but I must say the styling team did a great job with the layering.

    Reply
  3. Awwww…very good outfits πŸ™‚ I've imagined myself in this photo shoot lol πŸ˜› Background was simple without any complications…very well shot…

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  4. Awwww…very good outfits πŸ™‚ I've imagined myself in this photo shoot lol πŸ˜› Background was simple without any complications…very well shot…

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  5. Awwww…very good outfits πŸ™‚ I've imagined myself in this photo shoot lol πŸ˜› Background was simple without any complications…very well shot…

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  6. In Russian it says/reads – "There is never enough fur"
    I find it misleading and derogatory. I wonder what would happen if everybody would believe this too.

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  7. In Russian it says/reads – "There is never enough fur"
    I find it misleading and derogatory. I wonder what would happen if everybody would believe this too.

    Reply
  8. In Russian it says/reads – "There is never enough fur"
    I find it misleading and derogatory. I wonder what would happen if everybody would believe this too.

    Reply

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