Natalia Vodianova in Vogue Italia 2004

05/12/2011

Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
I thought it would be a good idea to publish this editorial before we all get into sparkly full-on Christmas spirit and our excited minds would probably crave something easy-breezy-beautiful (sorry, borrowed the easy-breezy from Covergirl, hense feel like I must mention Covergirl brand. Twice.)

This story is one of my favourite Natalia’s editorials. I think she looks like a frightened innocent princess who, however, never loses her ability to flirt whenever she senses the camera lens capturing precious moments of her life. So very captivating, if slightly haunting, and special.

Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)
Photo source: Natalia Vodianova in The girl of singular beauty | Vogue Italia September 2004 (photography: Paolo Roversi)

8 comments:

  1. wow, she's so pretty. thanks for sharing, dear!

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    maren anita

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  2. First of all, I would like to thank you for the YSL posts, really beautiful readings! Paolo Roversi has an amazing capacity of capturing the most charming and moving images, and Natalia is the perfect character for this 'princess' story.

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  3. She is so very beautiful! Natural, breathtaking. xoxo

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  4. She is by far one of my favourite models. I love how she looks and what she has done with her life. Xxxx

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  5. I really love the hair in this editorial. I think she has a very commanding look despite yes, looking quite fragile and innocent at the same time.

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  6. she's stunning in this editorial ... isn't she always?!! The camera simply loves her.

    PS. The Belgian Santa is coming tomorrow so we're waking up earlier than usual. When everyone is off to school I'll have time to read your two previous YSL posts ;-) Went to a perfume shop today and forgot to try Opium! But I tried and fell in love with Elie Saab's scent (I've been sniffing that one constantly since I got a hold of my September Vogue issue). I need to buy a bottle of that one; it suits me perfectly.

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  7. She is one of the most beautiful women on this earth! And such a photographers dream!!!

    I love this editorial, I don't think I'd seen it before!

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  8. Oh she is so stunning; such a perfectly exquisite editorial xx

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