7 days ago - By Schön! Magazine
Dress. The Row shoes. Céline opposite shirt, skirt + earrings. Balenciaga shoes. Dries van Noten
In this Schön! online editorial, photographer Danil Golovkin transports us to a white room where fashion reigns supreme. Stylist Natasha Goldenberg dresses models Alyosha Kovalyova and Ulya Trukhina in clean and sophisticated pieces by the likes of The Row, Balenciaga, Céline, Chanel and Dries Van Noten. Hair by Konstantin Kochegov and makeup by Alena Moiseeva perfectly mirror the fashion choices' sophistication and glamour.
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