Karolina Kurkova by John-Paul Pietrus for Numéro China March 2011

Joanna Elizabeth


Published March 22, 2011

Karolina Kurkova gives a lesson in posing with John-Paul Pietrus’ dynamic studio shoot for this month’s Numero China. Sporting minimal looks style by fashion editor Tim Lim, Karolina takes on the designs of Max Mara, Chanel, Stella McCartney and more in the stunning portraits.

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31 thoughts on “Karolina Kurkova by John-Paul Pietrus for Numéro China March 2011”

  1. I agree, she looks better with her lips parted (fyi, the natural position for EVERYONE’s lips is ever so slightly parted). I for one look tense/awkward when my mouth is completely closed.

  2. I love parted lips, not mouth wide agape. Big difference. Having said that KK’s mouth open doesn’t look forced and vulgar ala Alessandra or Adriana always have. 

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