Guienevere van Seenus on the (invisible) cross

With so many magazine covers opting for pieces from Dolce & Gabbana’s baroquely embroidered fall 2012 collection, standing out from the pack becomes a competitive business. Harper’s Bazaar Espana does it with Guienevere van Seenus, minimal text, and a pose that hints strongly towards Religious iconography.

Guienevere van Seenus Harpers Bazaar Espana

The cover is from the magazine’s September 2012 issue.

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