Following the well established tradition of bringing a fresh vision to swimwear season after season, Zimmermann‘s resort swim 2014 campaign does playful sophistication with ease. Set against the breathtaking beauty of the British Virgin Islands, the effortless pieces of swimwear come alive in a clash of signature prints, topped off by edgy finishes and feminine details for an overall modern approach.
View all the look book pictures from the Free People July 2013 collection. Read the article to see the full gallery.
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That’s not so much a direction or request (doesn’t it go without saying?) as it is the title of her latest editorial for Elle Brazil. Shot by Gui Paganini, Eniko Mihalik stars in the magazine’s June 2013 issue in a shoot titled Fall In Love – styled by Renata Correa into furs, tailored suiting and some sexy bare skin.
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The 2013 amfAR Gala – held at the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes – was the sort of affair where glittering dresses all competed for attention. There’d be no way to pick a winner: there were simply too many beautiful attendees. Eniko Mihalik wore a cutaway dress from the Roberto Cavalli spring 2013 collection, paired with classically glamorous waves.
I’ll disclaim from the outset that the title of this post is inaccurate: “best”, when it comes to any form of art, is subjective. There’s no right or wrong on what can be called the best when it comes to fashion shoots, but there’s only so much you can explain in a title so I’ll say it here instead. There are certain editorials that stand…
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Looking like she belongs somewhere between a fetishist dungeon and Liberty Island is Eniko Mihalik, dressed in stars and crowned in black vinyl and spikes. The shot is from the cover of Japanese magazine Huge, shot by Benny Horne.
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From the wigged blonde hair to the reminiscence of 1960s fashion: there’s no mistaking that Eniko Mihalik is a reimagined Belle de Jour. Based on the 1967 film starring Catherine Deneuve, the shoot is faithfully styled by Barbara Baumel and has a cinematic quality to it. Somehow, though, Vincent Peter’s shots are lacking the emotion Eniko usually brings to a shoot.