Hannah Holman by Angelo Pennetta for Doingbird

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 7, 2011

Angelo Pennetta joins forces with Hannah Holman for the latest issue of Doingbird. Styled by Francesca Burns, Hannah dons a wardrobe of floral prints, denim and lingerie fit for a fashionista who loves the outdoors.















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17 thoughts on “Hannah Holman by Angelo Pennetta for Doingbird”

  1. I like these photos, they remind me of when I was just going into high school, how my friend and I would go grab my grandpa’s camera and take pictures of each other dressed up in the weirdest yet most glamorous and strange combinations of clothes we could find and we’d pose around outside my house. Since it was before digital cameras, you’d always end up with slightly off center shots and things like that, but I think that adds to these pictures.

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  2. I like these photos, they remind me of when I was just going into high school, how my friend and I would go grab my grandpa’s camera and take pictures of each other dressed up in the weirdest yet most glamorous and strange combinations of clothes we could find and we’d pose around outside my house. Since it was before digital cameras, you’d always end up with slightly off center shots and things like that, but I think that adds to these pictures.

    Reply

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