Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers

April 29, 2010

Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers

Frida Gustavsson‘s youthful and sweet countenance is the perfect pairing for this spring-themed editorial in the latest Vogue Nippon. Photographed by Andreas Sjodin with styling by Sabino Pantone, Morning Flowers is pure ethereal goodness.

Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers
Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers
Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers
Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers
Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers
Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers
Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers
Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers
Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers
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35 thoughts on “Frida Gustavsson by Andreas Sjodin for Vogue Nippon June 2010 | Morning Flowers”

  1. Superfan o the one where she's wearing a hood underneath the hat and standing on one foot. Good shoot, well done team.

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  2. Superfan o the one where she's wearing a hood underneath the hat and standing on one foot. Good shoot, well done team.

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    • I totally see the resemblance between this shoot and the one in Vogue Russia March with Abbey Lee Kershaw by Josh Olins!!

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    • I totally see the resemblance between this shoot and the one in Vogue Russia March with Abbey Lee Kershaw by Josh Olins!!

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  3. Love seeing her soft potential being exploited – I've noticed a bit too much focus on her very obvious (but nevertheless quite inappropriate) lolita side.

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  4. Love seeing her soft potential being exploited – I've noticed a bit too much focus on her very obvious (but nevertheless quite inappropriate) lolita side.

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