Andreea Diaconu’s bare body isn’t the only one gracing the inside of Vogue Paris’ latest issue. Perfectly complimenting the shoot is second model Anja Rubik, wild and tribal and lithe and bare. Between Mario Sorrenti’s sun-drenched photography and the fit, toned appearance of both models, the magazine feels to have a focus on healthy bodies, reminiscing on the sportiness of the supermodels of the ’80s…
Andreea Diaconu made for a stunning Vogue Paris cover filled with saturated blue skies and sand-covered skin. Inside the issue’s pages she’s ever more stunning than we could have anticipated, posing for Mario Sorrenti with enviably toned limbs and bared, bronzed skin.
Vogue Paris’ latest cover feels particularly fresh. A wash of vibrant, saturated blue merging the sea and sky in the background, a bright-eyed, bronzed skinned Andreea Diaconu bikiniless but covered in sand like candy rolled in sugar. And that sea-salt hair… Good choice, Vogue Paris, not to clutter it up with too much text.
You may recall this tutorial on how to create a retro faux bob – an elegant 1960s inspired hairstyle that’s not quite as hard to achieve as it looks. Well here it is again, back on our radar courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar Romania which features the exact style on a very gorgeous, very retro-looking Andreea Diaconu.
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Expect more cowboys to be coming ’round the mountain as spring rolls on: the continually emerging trend being explored by yet another publication, this time featuring Valentina Zelyaeva (wearing plenty of Ralph Lauren, who seems to have an exclusive grip on the model) and Andreea Diaconu. The brilliant thing about this kind of trend for women is that it can always lean more towards costume.…
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