Vogue Korea April 2011 Cover | Sasha Pivovarova by Nino Muñoz

Joanna Elizabeth


Published March 18, 2011

Sasha Pivovarova photographed by Nino Muñoz for Vogue Korea April 2011

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10 thoughts on “Vogue Korea April 2011 Cover | Sasha Pivovarova by Nino Muñoz”

  1. Am I the only one that has a problem with that shoe situation she has going on? I understand shoes a size or two too big, but that’s ridiculous.

  2. Uh Oh.. Disappointed. It looks like a catalog. I heard that VK is mostly reprinting their covers but they do produce their own covers once a while but looks so commercial. I think Japanese Vogue is a lot better than Vogue Korea on objective point of view. Japanese Vogue has their own identity.


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