Eniko Mihalik fights global warming… or something

3.5 seconds. That’s the average amount of time between a world issue hitting mass consumption, and a related shoot concept entering the collective mind of the fashion magazine world. You name it – drugs, poverty, war… if it’s on society’s mind, it’s in the pages of Vogue, or Harpers Bazaar, or somewhere.

This time it’s Global Warming. Does the shoot say much? No. Does it have to? No. Eniko Mihalik puts on a serious face, some utility outfits; has awesome hair and a stupidly-toned exposed midriff and suddenly no-one’s thinking about the weather.

Eniko Mihalik in Harpers Bazaar

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Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010
Eniko Mihalik in Harperâs Bazaar March 2010

And ok I obviously made up that statistic in the first line. But for Harpers Bazaar and co it’s sometimes just a race to get there first, isn’t it?

More of Eniko looking great while getting stuck into some important scientific research below.

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