Jacquelyn Jablonski by Sebastian Kim for Vogue Germany July 2010

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Published June 16, 2010

Sebastian Kim goes from the junk yard to the desert with his latest work for July’s Vogue Germany. Capturing Jacquelyn Jablonski in tribal prints and patterns styled by Katie Mossman, the sandy story features heat combatant hair and makeup from Tony Chavez and Yumi. Adding to the perfect desert look, are pieces from the likes of Viktor & Rolf, Emilio Pucci and Alexander McQueen.












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42 thoughts on “Jacquelyn Jablonski by Sebastian Kim for Vogue Germany July 2010”

  1. oh god, that's just the kind of editorial I just wanted/expected from jacqueline! I love the aztec-inca feelin', and the styling's really nice; no just gucci-dress, grucci-shoes; vuitton-dress, vuitton-shoes and so on…

    • I don't think there's Aztec/Inca here, that would be less clothing, less fur–I think it's more Kyrgyz/Kazakh bedouin, and especially Indian (like it says on the front page). Not that they wear Louis Vuitton Uggs, but…

  2. oh god, that's just the kind of editorial I just wanted/expected from jacqueline! I love the aztec-inca feelin', and the styling's really nice; no just gucci-dress, grucci-shoes; vuitton-dress, vuitton-shoes and so on…

  3. oh god, that's just the kind of editorial I just wanted/expected from jacqueline! I love the aztec-inca feelin', and the styling's really nice; no just gucci-dress, grucci-shoes; vuitton-dress, vuitton-shoes and so on…

    • I don't think there's Aztec/Inca here, that would be less clothing, less fur–I think it's more Kyrgyz/Kazakh bedouin, and especially Indian (like it says on the front page). Not that they wear Louis Vuitton Uggs, but…

  4. Jacquelyn Jablonski never ceases to amaze me. In my opinion, she's the most versatile and talented new model to come up in recent years, and I am never less than incredibly impressed by her output.

  5. Jacquelyn Jablonski never ceases to amaze me. In my opinion, she's the most versatile and talented new model to come up in recent years, and I am never less than incredibly impressed by her output.

  6. Jacquelyn Jablonski never ceases to amaze me. In my opinion, she's the most versatile and talented new model to come up in recent years, and I am never less than incredibly impressed by her output.

  7. I was about to pass over this ed. but once I caught a glimpse of those givenchy wedges, I HAD to see the full ed. I would give my first born child for those shoes.

  8. I was about to pass over this ed. but once I caught a glimpse of those givenchy wedges, I HAD to see the full ed. I would give my first born child for those shoes.

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