Taryn Davidson by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Elle UK July 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published June 19, 2010

Taryn Davidson plays an updated version of the Catholic school girl for her most recent work in July’s Elle UK. Lensed by Matthias Vriens-McGrath and styled by Anne-Marie Curtis, Taryn gives a lesson in posing as she dons a mix of plaids, knits and a pair of scholarly glasses from the pre-fall season.










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20 thoughts on “Taryn Davidson by Matthias Vriens-McGrath for Elle UK July 2010”

  1. Hahaha. I go to Catholic school and this spread is basically perfection in my eyes. Plus that is how I wore my hair for about a year, just now.

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  2. Hahaha. I go to Catholic school and this spread is basically perfection in my eyes. Plus that is how I wore my hair for about a year, just now.

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  3. do not like. i feel they're more like mocking the great film rather than anything they're trying to portray. if you're gonna try to spinoff the title and fashion then at least capture the emotion of the movie. sadness, loneliness, mournful, etc. not some goofy pretentious posing.

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  4. do not like. i feel they're more like mocking the great film rather than anything they're trying to portray. if you're gonna try to spinoff the title and fashion then at least capture the emotion of the movie. sadness, loneliness, mournful, etc. not some goofy pretentious posing.

    Reply

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