Melissa Tammerijn & Ylonka Verheul by Knoepfel & Indlekofer for Vogue Germany September 2010

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Published August 16, 2010

Vogue Germany captures the fall trends with a trio of up and coming models donning this season’s hottest looks from Hermes, Nina Ricci, Louis Vuitton and more. Lensed by Claudia Knoepfel & Stefan Indlekofer, Melissa Tammerijn, Ylonka Verheul and Marlena Szoka explore the city in feminine and refined looks styled by Nicola Knels.















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20 thoughts on “Melissa Tammerijn & Ylonka Verheul by Knoepfel & Indlekofer for Vogue Germany September 2010”

  1. I love the natural vibe-lots of poses are (or look like they are) caught mid-motion, instead of looking staged. The first story in a long time that I completely buy. (3 friends wandering around the streets at a loose end, as it were).

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  2. I love the natural vibe-lots of poses are (or look like they are) caught mid-motion, instead of looking staged. The first story in a long time that I completely buy. (3 friends wandering around the streets at a loose end, as it were).

    Reply

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