Magdalena: dark and enchanting

Brian Molloy‘s styling leans to the dark, leather-clad side in this shoot for Numero. But while the Gothic influences are there, they’re slight; and the overall effect is one of wearability. Magdalena Frackowiak is enchanting, almost vacantly so – with soft hair and unusual makeup.

Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010

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Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010
Magdalena Frackowiak: Numero 115 August 2010

“L’Ensorceleuse” was photographed by Greg Kadel. See the rest at the gallery below.

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