Julia Nobis by Dusan Reljin for Wonderland November / December 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published November 14, 2010

The latest issue of Wonderland takes a look at prints and patterns with Julia Nobis wearing looks from Prada, Silver Lining, Amacord Vintage and more. Photographed by Dusan Reljin and styled by Anthony Unwin, Julia spends a day of uninterrupted exploration and beauty in seventies inspired looks.








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10 thoughts on “Julia Nobis by Dusan Reljin for Wonderland November / December 2010”

  1. Ok, THIS is how you do 70’s styling without looking gimmicky and costumy. 70’s without looking like 70’s. Very nice.

  2. Ok, THIS is how you do 70’s styling without looking gimmicky and costumy. 70’s without looking like 70’s. Very nice.

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