Maria Palm by Stefania Paparelli for Harper’s Bazaar Thailand

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Published August 30, 2011

New Romantic – Stylist Sara Francia’s romantic looks captivate in this lush editorial lensed by Stefania Paparelli for the latest Harper’s Bazaar Thailand. Model Maria Palm radiates elegant refinement in designs from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Kenzo, Louis Vuitton, Versace, Moschino Cheap & Chic, Jil Sander and Emporio Armani in the outdoor affair.








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7 thoughts on “Maria Palm by Stefania Paparelli for Harper’s Bazaar Thailand”

  1. Harpers Bazaar Thailand? I mean really! This story is so bad. It fits in the same group of editorials such as Polish Elle. Who cares?

  2. Harpers Bazaar Thailand? I mean really! This story is so bad. It fits in the same group of editorials such as Polish Elle. Who cares?

  3. I feel like the B&W effect could’ve been used on the last photo, not the ones they chose to pick. One of the B&W outfits looks like a great, colorful pattern that would’ve played nicely with this editorial.

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