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  1. i love kirsi. and i look forward to some brilliant pictures in her career. i don’t even mind her funny walk.
    sometimes she reminds me of meghan douglas and annette o’toole.

  2. I’m soooo happy for Hind! This is really big! I hope she gets more edits, campaigns – exposure in general, because she is stunning. I love the energy

  3. Love the top-knot headscarf combination. I don’t think I’ve ever seen that before. Does anyone know if it’s a 60s look?

  4. I like this ed but I just have to say, Bones sticking out everywhere, Kirsi would look even much better with more weight!

  5. I could tell Kirsi was an interesting face, but I didn’t think she’d come across quite as stunning as she does in editorial. Her eyes really are refreshing amongst all these wideset, doe-eyed girls we’ve seen lately.

  6. WHERE IS JULIJA STEP ?? SHE IS ALSO IN THAT STORY BUT YOU FORGOT TO ADD HER IMAGE AND HER NAME…

  7. I really love the angles… and the CASTING is so fresh, like i’ve never seen anything like this before… the images exuberate energy with a touch of humor even though the pics are all in black & white… STUNNING!!! 😉

  8. To Mango and Marc:

    Kirsi is a brand new girl, a lanky thin teenager. That is how she looks.

    We don’t have the Julija pics yet. We didn’t forget.

    Betty
    MDC

  9. I like the shots except it seems knees and elbows are everywhere, not enough flesh/ wieght. Great lighting, great faces

  10. Stunning. This dynamic angle that Meisel is playing with is beyond dramatic and quite the unexpected dose of fresh.
    The space-like 60’s garb a la Templer and the accompanying aura is so captivating.

    I love that Meisel made it a point to negate the visual of a full body in each frame..creating those candid, playful moments that encapsulates the era.

    Btw; Kirsi is where it’s at!

  11. the styling and poses are lovely, but something about the lighting takes away from the editorial.

  12. on the 5th I saw alessandra a. wearing the coat for L.O.V.E. promo so cool…seeing it on another model

  13. Now this is a time when fashion was simply fashion. Thank you vogue italia & Steven Meisel. Our professor Steven Stipleman says hi!

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