The bodacious Saskia de Brauw is photographed stripped-bare for the winter edition of Industrie Magazine.

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Let it all soak in.  It doesn’t get much better than this.  Edita Vilkeviciute jumps off every sheet of this winsome 10 page editorial for the likes of Industrie Magazine.  Shot by Camilla Akrans, the Lithuanian super-model showcases Miss Dior Cherie as a fragrance of utter elegance and splendor in this unrefined story.

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“To become a supermodel, magazines need to help the girl.  Right now, magazines don’t do cover models.
When they are on covers, models become supermodels… they rise.”
~ Patrick Demarchelier, 2010

Generally, I think that Patrick Demarchelier is referencing domestic (U.S.) fashion publications.  I may be wrong.  Then again, I’m probably far from the only person who’s had more than enough of pop-culture icons: actors, musicians and the like appearing on covers instead of models.  I praise European, Asian, Central / South American and Australian magazines for continuing to show more regard for models over media figures.  If you’ve been curious and wondering, that’s why I post only foreign pictorials.

And the truth shall set you free.

I hope all of you continue to enjoy and support Fashionography as it blooms.

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Eniko Mihalik shows off skin, jewelry and metallic pieces by designer Paco Rabanne in the first issue of Industrie Magazine.  Richard Bush is the artist behind the lens for Paco’s Archive.

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