Natasha Poly by Hedi Slimane for Vogue Russia September 2011

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Published August 18, 2011

It’s a Mod WorldNatasha Poly is a mad mod beauty in these images for Vogue Russia’s September issue. Lensed by Hedi Slimane and styled by Sarah Richardson, Natasha lets loose in looks from Céline, Prada, DKNY, Vilshenko, Iceberg, D&G, Louis Vuitton, Damir Doma, Chanel, Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière, Burberry Prorsum and others.











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42 thoughts on “Natasha Poly by Hedi Slimane for Vogue Russia September 2011”

  1. The b&w ones are nice, I don’t really like the color ones and I think she looks pretty crazed on the cover- she’s doing that weird Kate Moss lazy eye pose.  Natasha can move though.

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  2. The b&w ones are nice, I don’t really like the color ones and I think she looks pretty crazed on the cover- she’s doing that weird Kate Moss lazy eye pose.  Natasha can move though.

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  3. The b&w ones are nice, I don’t really like the color ones and I think she looks pretty crazed on the cover- she’s doing that weird Kate Moss lazy eye pose.  Natasha can move though.

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  4. Alas this site just doesn’t work for me.  Rarely do the images show.  The art director at work hasn’t been able to get this site on his computer for days???  Is anyone else having this problem?

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  5. Well what do you expect guys, the editor  – in – chief has changed last autumn so the new one is horrible and tasteless one!

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