Valerie van der Graaf by Ellen von Unwerth for Lula F/W 2010

Joanna Elizabeth


Published December 3, 2010

Ellen von Unwerth shows off a lighter side of her photography with her most recent work in Lula fall-winter. Starring Valerie van der Graaf and styled by Bay Garnett, the outdoor story takes a look at sophisticated looks from labels such as Louis Vuitton, Valentino and Topshop with a more whimsical twist.

source | fearless123 @ tfs

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20 thoughts on “Valerie van der Graaf by Ellen von Unwerth for Lula F/W 2010”

    • No, I have the same problem. It’s just that little bit too bright. Too much. It looks lovely, I just wish it was toned down a little.

  1. It could have been better to focus on (and make the editorial lovelier) if it wasn’t for the super-bright contrast!

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