Natasha Poly stars this ad campaign of Givenchy for their “Ange ou Demon Eau de Toilette” fragrance for fall 2013. The Russian beauty poses mysteriously in a pastel cloak and a matching dress as photographed by the prolific Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
Apparently it takes quite a while to drive all the way from Italy to Australia but it looks like Gucci’s Fiat 500 is finally hitting Australian shores. Just like its European cousin the car has been customised by Frida Giannini throughout so you can expect plenty of interlocking G’s. Available in black or white, check out the campaign and styling in the gallery below.
Natasha Poly has announced that she has a baby on the way, posting a photo to her instagram account with the short but sweet caption: Baby On Board. Of course she makes the whole business of being pregnant look incredibly stylish in a boho maxi dress.
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In this week’s video round-up: a preview of the forthcoming 14th issue of Bambi Magazine, in which Sarah Stephens oozes the kind of sensual glamour that’s put her at the forefront of campaigns like Myla lingerie and Agent Provocateur; Natasha Poly does what she does best (being Natasha Poly) in black and white; Edie Campbell talks about nightmares and Greta Bellamacina reads a poem that…
You’d be hard pressed to find a better pair of legs than those of Natasha Poly (possibly Karlie Kloss), and as such when it cames to flashing them for Steven Meisel’s lens in the campaign for Jimmy Choo’s latest olfactory offering her’s were certainly the correct choice.
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Zombie eyes and vampire bites, Raggedy-Annes and leather-clad clowns. Halloween is like a free pass to either sex it up or get ultra gory, and the fashion world was doing both this week. We’re not entirely sure who Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, in lingerie and a Dello Russo sized serving of accessories, was dressed up as – but she couldn’t go unnoticed. Natasha Poly, meanwhile, makes for…
Smokey-eyed, sultry, sexy… the things Natasha Poly does best, and yet that we’ve been missing since she didn’t appear on the spring 2013 runways. But thankfully Madame Figaro and the lens of Satoshi Saikusa have our dose of Poly sorted for their October issue. In all black outfits from black mesh to that Gothic Gucci cape, there’s no colour needed – just the occasional pop…
She stayed off the runway for the spring 2013 season, but that doesn’t mean Natasha Poly isn’t in demand. As well as covering Vogue China she lends her Gothic beauty to a slightly morose looking fall 2012 issue of i-D magazine.
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