Maryna Linchuk for Vogue Russia May 2011 by Patrick Demarchelier

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 15, 2011

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Updated December 28, 2015

House of Culture – Celebrating an upcoming Moscow exhibit, Maryna Linchuk models couture gowns from Dior’s archives for the May cover shoot of Vogue Russia. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Maryna transforms from belle of the ball to nomadic beauty in the stunning images.








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25 thoughts on “Maryna Linchuk for Vogue Russia May 2011 by Patrick Demarchelier”

  1. #6 photo is a Mongolian traditional dress, or at least inspired by the mongolian dress . Of course the sleeves are in real life not so long.

  2. #6 photo is a Mongolian traditional dress, or at least inspired by the mongolian dress . Of course the sleeves are in real life not so long.

  3. #6 photo is a Mongolian traditional dress, or at least inspired by the mongolian dress . Of course the sleeves are in real life not so long.

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