Tiiu Kuik by Michael Filonow for Vogue Latin America August 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 28, 2011

Princess IncaTiiu Kuik travels to mountainous regions of Peru for August edition of Vogue Latin America. Photographed by Michael Filonow and styled by Lauri Eisenberg, Tiiu sports colorful knits and kaleidoscopic prints from the likes of Derek Lam, Roberto Cavalli, Dior and Anna Sui.










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18 thoughts on “Tiiu Kuik by Michael Filonow for Vogue Latin America August 2011”

  1. so tired of the lack of the diversity in the fashion industry.  there are far too many beautiful NON-WHITE models who are seldom used.  given peru’s history with “aristocrats, seeing another typical white girll in an ethnic country, is a slap in the face.  they should have taken notes from a wonderful editorial starring astrid munoz titled, the high life.  calling this girl an inca  princess is a joke…

    http://forums.thefashionspot.com/f52/astrid-mu-oz-44691-6.html

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  2. beautiful locations and clothing, but should have used a latina model, sick of them taking native beauty and throwing a blond haired blue eyed girl in for contrast. shes beautiful but its so banal

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  3. beautiful locations and clothing, but should have used a latina model, sick of them taking native beauty and throwing a blond haired blue eyed girl in for contrast. shes beautiful but its so banal

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