Toni Garrn: sixties sex kitten for Vogue Deutsch

With phenomenal bed-hair, dark eyeliner, blonde eyebrows and killer styling, Toni Garrn is the ultimate sixties sex kitten. Vogue Deutsch and photographer Camilla Akrans get the balance just right. There’s a healthy dose of Brigitte Bardot, a pinch of Kate Moss, and the ever-important dollop of sweetness that one can only supose is a respectful hat-doffing to the late Sam Haskins.

Toni Garrn in Vogue Germany

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'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010
'Holiday' - Toni Garrn, Vogue Germany, January 2010

One shot is particular reminiscent of Haskin’s work; where Garrn poses in thigh high socks, similar to some famous shots from Haskins’ Five Girls book.

Toni Garrn and Gill by Sam Haskins
Toni Garrn by Camilla Akrans (top); Gill from Five Girls by Sam Haskins

Gorgeous.

More shots of Toni Garrn in Vogue Deutsch can be found at the gallery below.

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