Vanessa Hegelmaier by Jonas Bresnan for Tush Winter 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published December 11, 2010

Vanessa Hegelmaier takes to the great outdoors for the winter issue of Tush. Photographed by Jonas Bresnan and styled by Claudia Scholtan, Vanessa runs with the horses in a monochromatic wardrobe from labels such as Valentino, Joop! and Paule Ka.










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7 thoughts on “Vanessa Hegelmaier by Jonas Bresnan for Tush Winter 2010”

  1. This is just one big nauseating cliche. Hideous retouching and poses and the styling contributes nothing to the story either.

    Surprised something like this is in Tush which is normally pretty good.

  2. This is just one big nauseating cliche. Hideous retouching and poses and the styling contributes nothing to the story either.

    Surprised something like this is in Tush which is normally pretty good.

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