Iris Strubegger by Marton Perlaki | The Room Spring 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 18, 2010

Styling duo Aniko Virag and Ali Toth are not afraid to use a little color or pattern as shown with their most recent work for The Room‘s spring edition. Photographed by Marton Perlaki, cover girl Iris Strubegger shines in kaleidoscopic pieces from the labels such as Gucci, Roberto Cavalli and Nina Ricci.















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