Masha P by Amber Gray for Marie Claire China November 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published October 25, 2011

Through the DecadesAmber Gray captures timeless beauty trends ranging from the 1950’s to the 90’s for the November edition of Marie Claire China. Mash P evokes the mod style of Penelope Tree, Madonna’s “Material Girl” days and other style inspirations for the beauty series. Transformative hair and makeup by Yoichi and David Tibolla have Masha taking a trip through time with many colors and cuts to choose from. / Styling by Guillaume Boulez





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5 thoughts on “Masha P by Amber Gray for Marie Claire China November 2011”

  1. I like how they owned it, Free People just did a similar concept but I don’t think they committed as strongly as Marie Claire did.

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