Nicole Trunfio in Giorgio Armani for Harper's Bazaar Singapore April 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published March 30, 2011

Sands of Time – The April cover shoot from Harper’s Bazaar Singapore pays tribute to Giorgio Armani’s spring collection which took a dark blue color palette to new heights with its impeccable tailoring and sweeping gowns. Lensed by Simon Upton and styled by Kenneth Goh, Nicole Trunfio joins Malcolm Jackson for a dramatic outdoors story set on Sydney, Australia’s Kurnell sand dunes. / Hair by Michael Brennan, Makeup by Max May







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13 thoughts on “Nicole Trunfio in Giorgio Armani for Harper's Bazaar Singapore April 2011”

    • Yeah, it does look like a total rip-off. The “cage” style lighting setup is common and lots of photographers work with it. But Lindbergh is heavily associated with allowing it to be a part of the scene and background.

    • Yeah, it does look like a total rip-off. The “cage” style lighting setup is common and lots of photographers work with it. But Lindbergh is heavily associated with allowing it to be a part of the scene and background.

  1. i love this shoot. Styling, models, feel and atmosphere superb – yeah it’s a a tribute to Lindberg but then who doesn’t do a Newton or an Avedon? Nothing wrong with being inspired – most important is it looks and feels authentic and this looks great!

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