Juliana Imai by John-Paul Pietrus for Numéro China November 2010

Joanna Elizabeth


Published November 3, 2010

Juliana Imai (Ford Models) is looking sleek and svelte for the latest issue of Numéro China. Wearing a wardrobe of tough leather paired with elegant silhouettes, Juliana is a true vision in Tim Lim’s chic stylings. Lensed by John-Paul Pietrus, the Brazilian beauty sports Burberry, Bottega Veneta, Prada and more in Leather Legend.

source | sobigsobig @ tfs

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5 thoughts on “Juliana Imai by John-Paul Pietrus for Numéro China November 2010”

  1. Anyway, in a weird and obviously stereotypical way, it reminds me of a manga comic. the first few frames of a new character. right away i like what i see. she’s shy, confident, naive, and aware. i think there are a couple of superfluous shots in this, but i really like it.

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