Ragnhild Jevne by Paul de Luna for Fashion Gone Rogue Print

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published November 29, 2012

Ladies FirstPaul de Luna photographs Ragnhild Jevne in ladylike looks for Fashion Gone Rogue’s first print edition. Styled by Cannon, the blonde beauty gets swept away in the winter designs of Anna Sui, Vivienne Westwood and Bottega Veneta amongst others. Hair stylist Paul Warren creates Ragnhild’s lush curls while makeup artist Chici Saito gives her an ethereal shine.







Photographer: Paul de Luna @ Seen Artists
Stylist: Cannon @ Judy Casey
Market Editor: Erin McSherry
Makeup: Chichi Saito @ Seen Artists for MAC Cosmetics
Hair: Paul Warren @ Art Department
Model: Ragnhild Jevne @ IMG
Photo Assistants: Thomas Michael & Karme Boixadera

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