Masha in Vintage Inspired Lingerie for FASHION Magazine by Chris Nicholls

Joanna Elizabeth


Published January 15, 2015


Updated January 16, 2015


The latest issue of FASHION Magazine turns up the heat with this sultry and moody lingerie spread photographed by Chris Nicholls. Masha (Folio) strips down to traditional, vintage-inspired undergarments with the addition of crinoline skirts and masks selected by stylist Zeina Esmail in “Love Lost”. For beauty, hair stylist Justin German gives the blonde a messy updo while makeup artist Greg Wencel goes for a luminous look.








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