Valentino Fall 2011 Campaign | Jac Jagaciak, Ruby Aldridge, Caroline Brasch Nielsen & Others by David Sims

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 5, 2011

Darkly RomanticValentino enlists Jac Jagaciak, Caroline Brasch Nielsen, Ruby Aldridge, Sara Blomqvist and Kim Dall Armi for its fall 2011 campaign. Captured by David Sims and styled by Karl Templer, the girls are on the mysterious side of glamour as they pose in lightweight dresses paired with elegant accessories.








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11 thoughts on “Valentino Fall 2011 Campaign | Jac Jagaciak, Ruby Aldridge, Caroline Brasch Nielsen & Others by David Sims”

  1. I liked the idea of what they were going for, I just feel like it could have been executed better. 

  2. I really do love the concept, there’s something so elegant about blurring. The collection is to die for.

  3. I really do love the concept, there’s something so elegant about blurring. The collection is to die for.

  4. I really do love the concept, there’s something so elegant about blurring. The collection is to die for.

  5. I really do love the concept, there’s something so elegant about blurring. The collection is to die for.

  6. I really do love the concept, there’s something so elegant about blurring. The collection is to die for.

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