Edita Vilkeviciute covers Vogue Spain

Do we see a trend emerging here for January 2013′s magazine covers? Perhaps in Spain, at least: first Carmen Kass for Harper’s Bazaar Spain wearing a fur coat with nothing underneath, now Vogue Spain brings us Edita Vilkeviciute with her military jacket worn open to reveal nothing but a bare décolletage and a toned stomach.

edita vilkeviciute vogue spain cover

Edita was photographed by Patrick Demarchelier.

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