(from Town & Country April 2013)
(Vogue Turkey March 2012; via here)
Love every single thing here.
I love how Asian and African prints are so big in Western design this year.
Hopefully they’re here to stay.
ummm wow! i love these patterns and sans turban i could see myself working with plenty of these pieces!
in dramatic fashion
I love all of the skirts! And those denim like track shorts. The folds, wraps and prints in this collection are beyond amazing.
what a wonderful work, love those colors and the african patterns
This is STUNNING!
perfect perfect perfect!
Each ensemble more gorgeous than the next! I’d never think to pair varsity jackets with tribal prints…such a chic mix!
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Peace. Love. LOL!
love, love, love! totally!
Oh heck, this is awesome. I really wish I was cool enough to rock these.
Wow,I am so lovin it!
I love it.
Such amazing styling in these images. I wish I was this creative!
OMG I love it. Great photoshoot…
love the hair wraps!!!
absolutely love every look. so stunning.
I love this editorial, but where is the Minnetonka???
stunning turban styling!
Love, Love, Love, all the prints!
Nice photographs, good job!
Super cOOL Collection…amazing parent,…like a azteca or trival Print =)
XOXO from MUNICH
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egle looks amazing
Love, LOVE this collection and your website!! you consistently inspire me!
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This editorial is such an interesting mix of aesthetics. I don’t think I would have imagined such traditional African and other tribal costume could go so seamlessly with 80’s silhouettes. Everything is so bold, it really is a task to take in everything in all the outfits. I think that I would like the designs more if they were slightly less accessorized, but besides that this editorial is thrilling.
so many patterns and i love it! gotta own that skirt