Maud Welzen & Ava Smith by Jason Kim for BlackBook October 2011

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Published September 28, 2011

Working Girls – Models Maud Welzen and Ava Smith don this fall’s reinvented work wear for the October issue of BlackBook editorial lensed by Jason Kim. Structured, sleek and minimal, these looks make a powerful and sophisticated statement against Kim’s complementary backdrops. Styled by Christopher Campbell, the girls wear selects from labels including Theyskens’ Theory, Calvin Klein, Yves Saint Laurent, Salvatore Ferragamo and Michael Kors. Side-swept hair by Shlomi Mor and clean make-up with a statement brow by Samantha Trinh add a strong finishing touch.







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4 thoughts on “Maud Welzen & Ava Smith by Jason Kim for BlackBook October 2011”

  1. I find the graphic quality to be quite beautiful. There is a striking precision and subtlety to the images I appreciate. Feels fresh.

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