Leandro Enne Captures Architectural Style with Carmen Lopes

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 31, 2012

Forms – Photographer Leandro Enne is inspired by geometric forms for his latest work starring Carmen Lopes. Posing in front of grand architecture, Carmen wears dark and sleek looks featuring graphic tees and denim styled by Angela Patino. / Hair and makeup by JuanMa Constantino

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6 thoughts on “Leandro Enne Captures Architectural Style with Carmen Lopes”

  1. Museo Soumaya, is in Mexico City. This building opened in 2011. Fernando Romero was the architect, in collaboration with Ove Arup and Frank Gehry.

  2. awkward posing and styling. i could also live without the sepia tones. otherwise, this guy has an amazing eye for combining architecture and fashion. 


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