Natasa Vojnovic for Elle Serbia November 2010 by Dusan Reljin

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 26, 2010

Natasa Vojnovic hits the town for a night of seduction, mystery and glamour in the latest edition of Elle Serbia. Aided by stylist Iva Stefanovic, Dusan Reljin captures Natasa as she sports an array of luxe pieces from the likes of Armani, D&G and Max Mara in One Night Escape.

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13 thoughts on “Natasa Vojnovic for Elle Serbia November 2010 by Dusan Reljin”

  1. the one in the backseat ant the one with the newspaper are my top of the day. these exactly my associations with a one night escape

  2. Talk about one of those crazy nights you have, where you dont know how the nights gonna end, when you meet strange people, all while looking like million bucks. This is such an amazing editorial. Gypsy band is extremely authentic for that part of the Balkans. Everything in this story is relevant to that part of the world, and I would know.

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