Illustrating A Point

Sometimes the extra touches are what make an editorial something special. In the latest Mixte, Tanya Dziahileva‘s otherworldly looks, Carlotta Manaigo‘s ethereal photography and illustrator Gustaf von Arbin‘s delicate drawings combine to create a whimsical, dreamlike editorial. The story with its touches of surrealism – butterflies emerging from nowhere, tree branches growing from a Lacoste shirt – stands out from the fray of similarly girly editorials.

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19 Comments
  1. I feel like Tanya has been under the radar lately. She did only 2 campaigns with other people in them. She is such a star, she deserves to be the only girl in the campaign like Yves Saint Laurent or Chanel.

  2. Huge HUGE fan of Tanya D. Brilliant personality, remarkable looking, fantastic height, beautiful athletic body.

  3. Not only are these pictures gorgeous and inspiring, the drawings add so much to the mood of them. Amazing! Tanya has a beautiful profile.

  4. Perfect casting for such a delicate ed. Tanya is one of the few who can effortlesly switch from delicately pure to glamazonian hot.

    I really do hope she will be back with a vengeance, cause she deserves all the campaigns in the world. Maybe once she’ll hit 18 her career will skyrocket once again.

  5. This is the best and most original editorial I have seen in a long time. She is like in “her own world”.

  6. I LOVE TANYA,SHE IS ONE OF THE BEST MODELS .IT`S SAD THAT SHE IS NOT ON THE SPOT LATELY. I HOPE THAT CHENGES.
    AND WHAT ABOUT HER CATWALK???!!! JUST PERFECT

  7. Eventhough I agree she has her unique look with an “athletic” body I am not crazy about Tanya, why? Everything is sweet about the “young” girl even when she plays “glamazonian hot” she is NOT wild she is only lovely… it might change in a few years time but so far she is not my cup of tea!

  8. Tanya did a really good job. The illustrations adequately supplement to the shots as well.

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