12.06.2011

Frénésie

I really love the hippy chic look Maja Salomon is sporting in this month's L'Officiel. Photographed by Marcin Tyszka, Frénésie, which means frenzy in french, shows Salomon wearing large feather head pieces, lots of fur coats and vets, floppy hats and lose fitting bohemian styled tops and skirts. It's a fun editorial, my favorite kind.

14 comments:

  1. Hey Sarah! What an amazing spread! I love both feathers and fur. Love the hats and accessories they're wearing.
    http://sassyuptownchic.blogspot.com/

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  2. What a gorgeous shoot! I love those crazy tribal boots. Thanks for stopping by my blog. :)

    -Hope
    www.aflatteringtale.com

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  3. i know! this photoshoot is seriously awesome!!!!!
    you have such an awesome blog!!!! i'd loved it if we followed each other!!!!!
    xxx
    naiad
    http://stateofgracebynaiad.blogspot.com/

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  4. What an amazing editorial. I love all of the textures and layers. It is lovely.

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  5. I’m really amazed by this blog. Tons of useful posts and info on here. Thumbs up

    From Great talent

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  6. wonderful clothes! The post bellow seems to be very nice. I'll came back to read it when i have time :) XOXO

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  7. wow, so interestingly styled! the skinny jeans under thigh high socks and the famous silk pattern pants tucked into boots... refreshing!

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  8. I really liked her socks actually. Haha. I've been wanting a pair so maybe thats why :)
    And I like the last photo a lot :)

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  9. wow Sarah!amazing shoot!!
    kisses dear=)

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  11. Hi Sarah!

    Those picture are gorgeous! I love your blog and followed. I hope you will come check mine out! I just started but I really love fashion :) I am loving my experience so far :) Haha.

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    -N

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