Eclectic styling for the Guanajuato girl

The colour-washed walls of Guanajuato, Mexico, provide a fitting backdrop to this eclectically styled shoot by Juan Guillermo Escobar. From the opening clash of leopard print and plaid, through safari-inspired desert tones and rich florals, every outfit – styled by Claudia Talamas (claudiatalamas.com) – balances trends with a unique vision that fits the season and the surroundings.

Jana Vogue Mexico

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Jana by Juan Guillermo Escobar for Vogue July 2013
Jana by Juan Guillermo Escobar for Vogue July 2013
Jana by Juan Guillermo Escobar for Vogue July 2013
Jana by Juan Guillermo Escobar for Vogue July 2013
Jana by Juan Guillermo Escobar for Vogue July 2013
Jana by Juan Guillermo Escobar for Vogue July 2013
Jana by Juan Guillermo Escobar for Vogue July 2013
Jana by Juan Guillermo Escobar for Vogue July 2013

Complimenting the colouful clothing and culturally rich surroundings is a pared-back beauty look by Maripili Senderos and a wavy, textured bob hairstyle by Leon Downing.

The shoot appears in the July 2013 issue of Vogue Mexico and Vogue Latin America. To view more of Juan Guillermo Escobar’s (tigre-escobar.com) shoot, click on the thumbnails and browse the gallery.

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