Morning Beauty | Natalia Vodianova by Paolo Roversi

Joanna Elizabeth


Published January 5, 2011

Natalia Vodianova photographed by Paolo Roversi and styled by Marie-Amelie Sauvé

Originally published in Vogue Paris (March 2003) as Haute Tension

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30 thoughts on “Morning Beauty | Natalia Vodianova by Paolo Roversi”

  1. wow
    the styling is so horrendous it’s almost good…

    but well it was 2003….everyone was a little bit weird back then!

  2. wow
    the styling is so horrendous it’s almost good…

    but well it was 2003….everyone was a little bit weird back then!

  3. Ouch, cannot stand this. All the different elements could have been great, but thrown in a pot it’s just a editorial sludge. The mood does not suit the type of modeling, which does not suit the clothes, which don’t suit the studio, which doesn’t suit the H&M. It’s just a mess of concepts that don’t quite match or enhance eachother.

  4. This is one of those editorials that is still fun to look at even after all these years. Roversi and Natalia are a great combination.

  5. It’s clear that this is from 2003, but the grungy, strung out look tends to always work. And I love the shoes in the 7th photo. I’ve gotten sick of seeing Natalia everywhere, but I like her a lot here.

  6. Marie-Amélie Sauvé should save French Vogue .
    She’s the only interesting French strong stylist nowadays .
    This story is so cool – Roversi s colors are simply perfect .
    Merci & please keep on shooting !

  7. OMG!!! I still remember this shooting! it was amazing! Loving the lolita/roller girl 70s look! great for the next summer’11!!


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