Guess Fall 2011 Campaign | Amber Heard by Ellen von Unwerth

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published August 3, 2011

Casual AffairGuess enlists actress Amber Heard and male model Silviu Tolu for a sexy fall 2011 campaign photographed by Ellen von Unwerth. Keeping in line with brand’s proactive and flirty image, the black and white images have a cinematic quality of a bygone era.














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    • you are so right! guess catalogs are my favorites in my collection and unfortunately twice a year I have to step into their boutique to get mine. I get a headache from all the bling and crappy stuff everytime I have to go in! But the catalog is worth it:) 

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