Western inspiration in Vogue Paris

Vogue Paris are feeding our desires to slip on the fringed leather and dress up cowboy style. And their collection of Western outfits and pieces aren’t half bad at all. Caroline Brasch Nielsen wears some fantastically styled looks that include (gasp) double denim, plaid shirts, and lots of blanket capes.

Caroline Brasch Nielsen: Vogue Paris June / July 2010

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Caroline Brasch Nielsen: Vogue Paris June / July 2010
Caroline Brasch Nielsen: Vogue Paris June / July 2010
Caroline Brasch Nielsen: Vogue Paris June / July 2010
Caroline Brasch Nielsen: Vogue Paris June / July 2010

Photographed by Claudia Knoepfel & Stefan Indlekofer, and styled by Veronique Didry

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