Eniko Mihalik: army green for Vogue Paris

There’s more than an undercurrent of a theme to many of the March 2010 fashion magazines. We spotted it, to a degree, on Eniko Mihalik in Harper’s Bazaar, and then again in US Vogue: it’s the Spring 2010 interpretation of the women’s military fashion trend. Of course, making this point means we’ve also spotted it elsewhere. This time it’s the March 2010 edition of Vogue Paris and the model is again Eniko Mihalik.

Eniko Mihalik Vogue Paris

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010
Eniko Mihalik: Vogue Paris March 2010

With it’s desert setting, the shoot focusses on what I’ve dubbed ‘real military’: a simplistic, understated take on a previously glitzy trend.

It’s not the only featuring of the look in Vogue Paris; it also features in the jewellery section of the March 2010 issue modelled by Anna Selezneva. Follow the link to see more.

For the rest of Eniko’s military shoot in Vogue Paris, click on the thumbnails below.

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