Ilse de Boer by Bruno Dayan for Tatler Russia May 2011

Joanna Elizabeth


Published April 21, 2011


Updated January 22, 2020

Lady in Waiting – Ilse de Boer is swathed in couture garments for May edition of Tatler Russia. Lensed by Bruno Dayan and styled by Anya Ziourova, Ilse is the very picture of sophistication in spectacular garments from the likes of Valentino, Dior and Chanel Haute Couture.

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14 thoughts on “Ilse de Boer by Bruno Dayan for Tatler Russia May 2011”

  1. Gorgeous, GORGEOUS garments!! But unfortunately I don’t think the model quite matches them – the whole ‘you must wear the clothes, the clothes shouldn’t wear you’ is not quite something she masters.. granted, with gowns and styling like this plus the occasional animals it is probably quite difficult, but… it means these pictures aren’t any of those I’ll hang on my wall or use on my blog.


  2. The model makes such an ugly face on the last picture. I agree the clothes look wonderful but the model…No!

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