Paula Zago by Gustavo Marx | Dossier Journal Spring 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 5, 2010

Androgynous with a boyish haircut and feminine clothing, model Paula Zago is lost in her own private world within the pages of the spring’s Dossier Journal. Photographed by Gustavo Marx and styled by Mariana Sucupira, Paula shines in the dreamy shoot.





Full Credits:
Photography by Gustavo Marx
Styling by Mariana Sucupira
Hair and Makeup by Ronnie Peterson
Model: Paula Zago
Stylist’s Assistant: Amanda de Mendonça


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18 thoughts on “Paula Zago by Gustavo Marx | Dossier Journal Spring 2010”

  1. This kind of reminds me of a cheaper version (cheaper meaning lower class) of Anja's campaign for Zanotti, especially with the ice cream and polka dotted tops. Except that here it's not expressly clear that it's an accessories or footwear brand, which is a mistake. Stam looks great, but I don't think that's enough.

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  2. This kind of reminds me of a cheaper version (cheaper meaning lower class) of Anja's campaign for Zanotti, especially with the ice cream and polka dotted tops. Except that here it's not expressly clear that it's an accessories or footwear brand, which is a mistake. Stam looks great, but I don't think that's enough.

    Reply
  3. This kind of reminds me of a cheaper version (cheaper meaning lower class) of Anja's campaign for Zanotti, especially with the ice cream and polka dotted tops. Except that here it's not expressly clear that it's an accessories or footwear brand, which is a mistake. Stam looks great, but I don't think that's enough.

    Reply

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