Hana Soukupova by Pavel Havlicek for Harper’s Bazaar Mexico December 2010

Joanna Elizabeth


Published December 26, 2010


Updated November 21, 2018

Hana Soukupova gets lost in a darkly themed winter story for the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar Mexico. Photographed by Pavel Havlicek and outfitted by Kristen Ingersoll, Hana dons a wardrobe of elegant creations from the likes of Elie Saab, Wunderkind and Alexander Wang in Un Cuento de Medianoche.

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17 thoughts on “Hana Soukupova by Pavel Havlicek for Harper’s Bazaar Mexico December 2010”

  1. Have to agree with everyone else here – this should have been an amazing editorial but Hana is just completely wrong for it and ruins the whole thing.


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