Natasha Poly Models Spanish, Flamenco Style for Vogue Russia May 2013 by Patrick Demarchelier

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Published April 26, 2013

Leave Your Hat OnNatasha Poly might have been born in Russia, but she shows she’s got a bit of Spanish flair in one of the latest fashion spreads from Vogue Russia’s May issue. Olga Dunina styled the blonde bombshell in neo-flamenco outfits from labels including Azzedine Alaia, Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquiere, and Lanvin. Patrick Demarchelier snapped the dramatic fashion spread. / Hair by Damien Boissinot, Makeup by Tom Pecheux























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7 thoughts on “Natasha Poly Models Spanish, Flamenco Style for Vogue Russia May 2013 by Patrick Demarchelier”

  1. I usually love Natasha and her poses in this are great but unfortunately her face is so expressionless and uninspiring for this shoot that its just leaving me cold.

  2. I feel it’s the styling and the dark setting. It’s eliminating the drama for a shoot like this.

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