Natasha Poly is Sexy in Sheer for Mario Sorrenti’s Vogue Paris Story

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published June 3, 2012

Clair de JourNatasha Poly strips down to sheer spring dresses and gowns for the June-July edition of Vogue Paris, lensed by Mario Sorrenti. Editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt styles the Russian beauty in designs from the likes of Valentino, John Galliano, Dior and Oscar de la Renta for the sun-drenched images. For beauty, Natasha sports tousled tresses courtesy of hair stylist Recine and understated makeup by Aaron de Mey.









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8 thoughts on “Natasha Poly is Sexy in Sheer for Mario Sorrenti’s Vogue Paris Story”

  1. i have seen one very similar editorial, some years ago, with Natasha Poly and Mario Sorrenti i think into Another Magazine! The difference is that the one in Another was black and white….i expect more from Paris Vogue

  2. Yeah, but how many things now are not a Déja vu? There are photos that have been taken a million times before. I would love to see a blog or book with all the similar photos that have been taken many times before, by different photographers, all collected together. For example: a topless woman in the backseat of a car, or a semi naked woman with a phone in bed. etc etc. You say Sorrenti repeated himself here, but I think the whole world is repeating itself.
    Anyway, the light and modeling here is very good. 1st, 3rd and last photos are great.

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