Tao Okamoto for Bergdorf Goodman Spring 2011 by Cédric Buchet

Joanna Elizabeth


Published March 16, 2011

Tao Okamoto’s edgy look works to her advantage for Bergdorf Goodman’s spring 2011 catalogue. Lensed by Cedric Buchet, the Japanese beauty dons some of the most colorful looks from the season featuring the work of Jil Sander, Diane von Furstenberg, Celine and others in Hi-Def.

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28 thoughts on “Tao Okamoto for Bergdorf Goodman Spring 2011 by Cédric Buchet”

  1. first to add comment yeah it was worth to get up at 4 o clock in the morning (insomnia, btw) tao’s feet looks weird. other than that the spread captures my current mood pretty well. in other words fuckin awesome


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