Rachel Alexander by Leo Krumbacher for Grazia Germany

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published March 20, 2012

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Updated April 24, 2018

Hotel, MotelLeo Krumbacher takes to the California desert with model Rachel Alexander for a recent edition of Grazia Germany. Garbed in retro inspired looks styled by Nino Cerone, Rachel hits a roadside motel in colorful designs from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Christopher Kane and Miu Miu with a confident sophistication. / Production by GlamPR, Retouching by Retouched.de








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5 thoughts on “Rachel Alexander by Leo Krumbacher for Grazia Germany”

  1. Styling in the first photo is perfect.  But then, the Four Aces set, rather than the clothes, just seems to dominate the rest.

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  2. I like the model a lot, but I seem to find lately there are a lot of these “lost in the middle of nowhere” fashion issues that I just am getting bored of.

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