Natasha Poly by Willy Vanderperre for V Magazine #69

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published December 28, 2010

Natasha Poly dons the spring 2011 collections for the latest issue of V Magazine. Photographed by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Panos Yiapanis, Natasha brings some grunge appeal to pieces from the likes of Versace, Jil Sander and Christopher Kane with her new brunette ‘do.






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54 thoughts on “Natasha Poly by Willy Vanderperre for V Magazine #69”

  1. wow – so much to take in. when you look at an image by itself, theyre amazing. all the jewlry, bracelets, leggings are made from the same print as the dress. how is tha possible? genius!!!

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  2. wow – so much to take in. when you look at an image by itself, theyre amazing. all the jewlry, bracelets, leggings are made from the same print as the dress. how is tha possible? genius!!!

    Reply
  3. wow – so much to take in. when you look at an image by itself, theyre amazing. all the jewlry, bracelets, leggings are made from the same print as the dress. how is tha possible? genius!!!

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  4. the styling really toes the fine line between artistically quirky and just messy. a bit like v magazine itself, actually. natasha of course looks better than your average brunette, but she loses her oomph as a model. you look great as a blonde, poly!

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  5. the styling really toes the fine line between artistically quirky and just messy. a bit like v magazine itself, actually. natasha of course looks better than your average brunette, but she loses her oomph as a model. you look great as a blonde, poly!

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  6. Natasha is too old for this. Not like she’s old old, but this styling isn’t nearly as elegant and mature as she is. Although it’s only both Prada shots that are bad, I guess stylists have to find a way to make those… things… work.

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  7. I like her better blonde. She is one of my favorite models ever. However, I do not like this editorial. Everything looks overstyled and kinda tacky. I cringe at the sight on those AWFUL Prada shoes and Christopher Kane neon crap.

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  8. I like her better blonde. She is one of my favorite models ever. However, I do not like this editorial. Everything looks overstyled and kinda tacky. I cringe at the sight on those AWFUL Prada shoes and Christopher Kane neon crap.

    Reply

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