Etèreo Origami – Jules Mordovets appears in a series of geisha-inspired looks for the March 2013 edition of Vogue Mexico. Photographer Yossi Michaeli lenses the Ukrainian model while Diana Andreea styles her in bold, ornate prints from the likes of John Galliano, Saint Laurent, Paula Mendoza, Etro and more. Beauty artist Alexa Rodulfo creates Jules’ sleek hair and makeup.
Jules Mordovets Poses for Yossi Michaeli In Vogue Mexico March 2013
Published March 12, 2013
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2 thoughts on “Jules Mordovets Poses for Yossi Michaeli In Vogue Mexico March 2013”
Really has a nice 1920s feel.