Nadja Giramata by Andoni & Arantxa for Style Switzerland May 2012

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published May 11, 2012

Prints MissAndoni & Arantxa captures Rwandan model Nadja Giramata in some of spring’s most boldest prints and patterns for Style Switzerland’s May issue. Stylist Martina Russi selects a wardrobe of colorful pieces from the likes of Prada, Burberry Prorsum and Hermès while hair stylist Andrew Guida offers up multi-colored fringe for the elegant portraits. / Makeup by Andrea Costa










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3 thoughts on “Nadja Giramata by Andoni & Arantxa for Style Switzerland May 2012”

  1. I really dislike the background, and just like Maria said (the styling isn’t my cup of tea) however I really like this editorial. It’s wonderful to see Nadja.

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