Sheila Marquez & Nataliya Gotsii for Playing Fashion September 2010 by Ryan Yoon

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published August 30, 2010

Taking a look at some of America’s biggest labels, the September issue of Playing Fashion mixes frivolous glam with luxe sophistication with the help of fashion editor David Widjaja. Photographed by Ryan Yoon, models Sheila Marquez and Nataliya Gotsii don designs from Alexander Wang, Donna Karan and Michael Kors in the aptly titled, New York.









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8 thoughts on “Sheila Marquez & Nataliya Gotsii for Playing Fashion September 2010 by Ryan Yoon”

  1. Great photos,I really like the cover photo and the b&w one.Good lighting and poses and styling is nice too 🙂

  2. If this was a look book, I’d give it a thumbs up, but as an editorial, let’s just say we’ve been there, done that.

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