Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine

January 3, 2011

Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine

Mariana Idzkowska is regal in couture for the latest issue of L’Officiel Ukraine shot by Justin Wu. Outfitted by Nicolas Kuttler in haute couture garments from the likes of Valentino, Elie Saab and Maison Martin Margiela, Mariana delivers editorial gold in neutral and crimson hues.

Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine
Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine
Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine
Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine
Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine
Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine
Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine
Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine

Additional Credits:
Creative Consultant – Simon Gensowski
Hair – Chiao Shen
Make-Up – Damian Garozzo

22 thoughts on “Mariana Idzkowska by Justin Wu for L’Officiel Ukraine”

  1. While the poses and scenery are something we see often, I am still very much in love with them when they are combined with such beautiful gowns and dresses! The model is lovely too. Great work and congratulations to everyone who was involved in this spread.

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  2. I dont think Justin has shown much diversity here… there doesnt seem to be much connection between him and his model.
    This looks like a lazy production. Lazy posing. Cliche location… but maybe this was the fault of creative director Simon?
    Kudos to the styling 🙂

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  3. There’s one gesture in particular that is repeated throughout. That hand going to the mouth. And although I am a fan of monochromatics some of the images of blush or neutral colours against neutral backgrounds isn’t punchy enough, along with angles and those sad expressions. Hooray for getting the clothes, too bad about how they have been presented. Not inspiring or aspirational or remotely moving

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  4. There’s one gesture in particular that is repeated throughout. That hand going to the mouth. And although I am a fan of monochromatics some of the images of blush or neutral colours against neutral backgrounds isn’t punchy enough, along with angles and those sad expressions. Hooray for getting the clothes, too bad about how they have been presented. Not inspiring or aspirational or remotely moving

    Reply

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