Wiola Kowal by Tamer Yilmaz for Marie Claire Turkey December 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published December 1, 2010

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Updated November 8, 2018

Tamer Yilmaz captures a story of a retro housewife searching for escape in the latest issue of Marie Claire Turkey. Featuring Wiola Kowal in elegant looks from labels such as Louis Vuitton, Prada and Miu Miu, the glossy images tell a story of glamour and intimacy with the aide of fashion editor Hakan Öztürk.









Additional Credits:
Hair: Ibrahim Zengin
Make Up: Gülüm Erzincan
Photo Assi: Ümit Savaci


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18 thoughts on “Wiola Kowal by Tamer Yilmaz for Marie Claire Turkey December 2010”

    • For example: replace lipstick/knife with pipe/lighter. This single shift in the penultimate photo could have added the needed other layer for interpretation. As elsewhere the obstacle is not puritanism. The problem is that convention dictates interesting topics be overstated. Fashion rarely respects itself.

  1. Wow! I know this is a concept done many times over in editorials, but this is just sheer beauty! I love how her face/position is diferent in every picture.
    The clothing and jewelry looks so luxurious and glamourous!

  2. I don’t really think that I agree that the knife and lipstick is from a YSL ad. I think it looks like this image alot more http://www.theimagist.com/node/5276, just in a softer context
    Now while I love being able to see editorials now now now… I really would like them alot more if we had credits 🙁 anyone? Well besides the obvious Miu Miu and Prada

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