Anna de Rijk behind the scenes (video)

If there was one thing in Txema Yeste’s shoot of Anna de Rijk that jumped out and commanded attention it was the love-them-or-hate-them crucifix heels. But beyond that controversy was a shoot filled with Western inspired, punk infused styling and a pitch black feather-footed co-star – more of which can be seen in this behind the scenes video of the shoot.

txema yeste anna de rijk video

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011
Anna de Rijk: Harper's Bazaar Spain, June 2011

Watch the making-of video above; and if you haven’t already done so check out the full shoot of Anna de Rijk, which appears in the June 2011 issue of Harper’s Bazaar Spain, by clicking on the thumbnails.

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