Mathilde Frachon by Lachlan Bailey for Vogue Nippon October 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published August 30, 2010

Going from day to night, photographer Lachlan Bailey captures a traveling Mathilde Frachon for Vogue Nippon’s latest Isetan Mania supplement. With the aide of fashion editor Beth Fenton, Bailey photographs autumn looks from Marc Jacobs, Celine, Alexander Wang and more in The Angels Betrayed.












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21 thoughts on “Mathilde Frachon by Lachlan Bailey for Vogue Nippon October 2010”

  1. the best picture is the one that’s upside down…and that’s because her eyes aren’t freaking me out in it like most of the other photos

  2. the best picture is the one that’s upside down…and that’s because her eyes aren’t freaking me out in it like most of the other photos

  3. the best picture is the one that’s upside down…and that’s because her eyes aren’t freaking me out in it like most of the other photos

  4. It looks like a story one would find in Oyster magazine shot by complete unknowns. How was this ever approved to go to print at Vogue Nippon?

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