Peeking out from behind the kind of deep side parts that are mysterious enough, and stand-out enough, to be called a hair trend for 2012, models Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet look like they’re getting up to some kind of mischief. In fact, they seem to be creeping around the wealthy residence of this shoot like cat-burglers: ropes – as well as a disguise of glamorous cat eye sunglasses – at the ready.

Karen Kaiser’s styling is all about the hot pants. High-waisted hot pants paired with open jackets and sparkling jewels. Everything in Kaiser’s styling as well as Steven Pan’s photography has a beautiful, cinematic quality that makes the shoot visually stunning to look at.

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Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet: Interview Russia, Issue 1
Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet: Interview Russia, Issue 1
Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet: Interview Russia, Issue 1
Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet: Interview Russia, Issue 1
Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet: Interview Russia, Issue 1
Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet: Interview Russia, Issue 1
Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet: Interview Russia, Issue 1
Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet: Interview Russia, Issue 1
Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet: Interview Russia, Issue 1

Appearing in the inaugural issue of Interview Russia, you can follow all the models’ escapades at the gallery above.

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