Siri Tollerod for Stradivarius “Brighten Me Up” Summer 2012 Campaign by Nico

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published May 7, 2012

Brighten Me UpSiri Tollerod is tapped for Spanish label Stradivarius’ latest summer campaign titled, Brighten Me Up. In front of Nico’s lens, Siri wears feminine and flirty looks of the season styled by Lidia Aguilera. On beauty are hair stylist Karim B and makeup artist Sonia Peña.













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5 thoughts on “Siri Tollerod for Stradivarius “Brighten Me Up” Summer 2012 Campaign by Nico”

  1. I like the first three pics they fit in together then it changed into something else it’s not cohesive. And then she has a mirror in a big backyard doesn’t really fit in with rest. I don’t mind the wide angle but it just looks like three dif shoots or ideas going on separated for me they look good but together not so much.

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