Zoltan Tombor Captures Karina in Miami Retro Style for Marie Claire Hungary June 2012

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Published June 3, 2012

Summer Color – Photographer Zoltan Tombor takes to Miami to capture this bright editorial from the pages of Marie Claire Hungary’s June issue. Model Karina (Wilhelmina Miami) looks ultra feminine with a retro touch under the Miami sun. Styled by Monika Laczko, Karina dons selects from Louis Vuitton, Blumarine, Marni, Diane Von Furstenberg, Gucci, Max Mara and Dolce & Gabbana amongst others. / Beauty by Virginia Le Fay










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3 thoughts on “Zoltan Tombor Captures Karina in Miami Retro Style for Marie Claire Hungary June 2012”

  1. You can always tell when a shoot is well. It all appears to be so simply done, but its all in the preparation. Great spread!!! 

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