Statuesque

Cedric Buchet takes the models as statues idea one step further, pitting Malgosia Bela against a wealth of classical sculpture for Vogue Nippon. The editorial combines everything we love; good photography, a top notch model and some incredible styling courtesy of George Cortina, the dramatic feel of the editorial is only heightened by the use of elegant gowns from Valentino and Givenchy. However, the stand out of the story has to be the acid yellow goddess gown from Pucci, a striking piece made even more interesting by Malgosia’s captivating pose.

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Malgosia Bela for Vogue Nippon | Scan by MAGStyle @ tFS

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21 Comments
  1. The first images IS stunning.
    Hopefully the “new” Valentino will put a few more of such stunning gowns on the runway.
    Malgosia…

  2. “A wealth of classical sculpture”? It’s just the same one, three different times.
    Regardless of issues of semantics, this editorial is still lacking. She is definitely not working her surroundings as much as she should/could have.

  3. She is way, way up on the top of the list of all time great models. This women is the definition of iconic!

  4. What a wonderful photo shoot! Beautiful model, great clothes and dramatic backdrop. This is incredible!

  5. ohhh to be that statue on that day :-D…. red dress, yum!

    back and forth, blue and yellow blue and yellow – like a to and fro card

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