Hippie Hippie Shake

June 14th, 2011 Posted by Janelle comments (15)

Jamie Bochert never fails to bring hard rock edge to her editorials, but for Vogue Italia‘s latest Tom Munro showcases a softer side of Bochert for a dreamy story that calls to mind the bohemian style of Stevie Nicks and Janis Joplin.

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  1. Josh says:

    Omg this is so boring. I cannot believe that US Vogue has better editorials than Italian Vogue now.

  2. Donna says:

    Yeah, ok “Josh” from US. Stick to your Golden Arch specialty and leave the fashion to those born with style.

  3. Frank says:

    This is a nice simple story. I don’t care where it was published – I don’t think Marie Claire indicates that something is bad and I don’t think Vogue Italia indicates that something is automatically good. Jamie looks pretty, really like the hippie clothes and floppy hats, the whole atmosphere is very dreamy and pretty. Prefer this to tries too hard edgy fashion stories that we see every month.

  4. person says:

    Pretty! But I have to agree with some of the comments, it doesn’t look like Vogue Italia. Jamie looks great…

  5. jaburm says:

    I like art very much and U’re best model I ‘ve ever seen

  6. Nádia says:

    Not my thing, tbh, but I looove the light in the third picture!


  7. Sally says:

    Yawn. I’m quite surprise that this is from vogue italia.

  8. John Burke says:

    Jamie is pretty girls and thin pretty legs.

  9. meow says:

    Jaime B needs to get out of the top 50…

  10. Nigel S. says:

    It has interest.

    Jamie is quite enthralling in this edit.
    I like this lighthearted, twilight-like, dreamscape of a story.

  11. Nigel S. says:

    I meant to say captivating.

  12. GP says:

    She looks like Lea T or Lea looks like her?
    I like how they make her look so soft and feminine this time:)

  13. Duffy Anne says:

    like a supper star

  14. Sarah says:

    Not interesting nor creative. Sorry to say, but the model looks like a feminine male, not a masculine female.

  15. P Taiga says:

    Im actually amused how people are disapointed by this. Sure, the ed isnt all BOOM BOOM POW but i think it works. It captures the mood the stylist was going for perfectly. The clothes not only look wearable but FEEL wearable and Jamie’s languid air is perfect. Its not ed of the year material but its not an epic fail. Plus VI hasnt been as arthouse as it was in the early noughties.

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