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LEXIS issue APRIL 2012

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p h o t o g r a p h e r R O S E C E FA L U

theme GREEN

model LEA RICHARDSON


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FACE story Photographed by JOYCE O’NEAL with Model Isao Hashimoto

03 Forward 04 Kowtow ~ William Montalvo 06 Nestrest ~ London Silver 08 High-Top ~ R. E. Fisher 10 Offset Wearhouse ~ London Silver 12 Stella McCartney Sheer ~ Dru Downy 14 Nautica Ocean ~ R. E. Fisher 16 Wasara ~ Addison De Witt 18 Mitsubish i ~ Naomi West

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Photograpy ROSE CEFALU RoseCefalu.com Model LEA RICHARDSON Styling Michael Piombo Hair & Makeup Kristina Cardwell kristinamakeup.com Hair & Makeup Assistant Drea Ruiz DreaRuizMakeup.com

24 All I Own ~ Sannah Kvist 28 Face ~ Joyce O’Neal 36 High Hat ~ Rose Cefalu 48 Green Day ~ Andrew McLeod 58 Thug ~ Tom Stubbs 70 Viceroy ~ Rose Cefalu 80 Introduce - kristina Salinovic ~ Place Models 90 Stockists

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Photograpy JOYCE O’NEAL JoyceONealPhotography Model GARRETT LOPEZ at Q Management Hair Marco Berardini for Cloutier Remix MakeUp Melissa Walsh


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Satellite transmitting distinctie culture APRIL 2012 No. X X III L EX IS GREEN

Editor-In-Chief, Creative Director WILLIAM MONTALVO William@Satellite-Mag.com Managing Editor R. E. FISHER Richard@Satellite-Mag.com Art Director BOX808 MEDIA Box808@Satellite-Mag.com Photography Consultant RACER MEDIA INC. RacerMediaInc.com Special Correspondent ADDISON DE WITT Addison@Satellite-Mag.com Copy Editor ANNEMARIE MAES AnnemarieMaes@mac.com Public Relations FRAME PR Frame-PR.net Cofounder Jody Green Jody@Satellite-MagOnline.com Interns DRU DOWNEY, LONDON SILVER & NAOMI WEST Submissions We are always looking for new work. We accept submissions. If you would like to be considered as a contributor please send writing samples or images to Info@Satellite-Mag.com Sponsorships & special projects Sponsorship@Satellite-Mag.com Headquarters 600 S Curson Avenue Suite 423 Los Angeles California 90036 USA Satellite-mag.com Est. MMX


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ROSE CEFALU Rose Cefalu is a photographer, editor and agent. Currently Rose is the Director of Photography at EMMY magazine, a part-time instructor at The Art Institute of California - Hollywood and owner of Racer Media (RacerMediaInc.com), a boutique photo agency based in Los Angeles. Since 1993 Rose has worked as a photography editor at such magazines as Detour, Flaunt, Movieline’s Hollywood Life, Variety’s Vlife, Primedia Automotive, and Statement magazine. She been taking pictures a lot longer then any of the above. RoseCefalu.com

Andrew McLeod

R. E. FISHER

Andrew began his career in New York City after leaving a marketing position at Donna Karan New York. Mostly self-taught, he concentrated on shooting fashion and built an impressive roster of magazine and advertising clients. Then, in mid 2009, he relocated to Los Angeles, where he is also frequently commissioned for portraits in the celebrity and music world. His still life work was originally conceived for personal and fine art projects, but clients liked the fresh approach and started to ask for it. This month’s collaboration with stylist, Brian Primeaux, took Andrew’s polished snap-shot approach to tell the eco-friendly, day-in-the-life story, “Green Day”.

Mr. Fisher was born and raised in Southern California and currently resides in the Los Angeles, Hollywood area as a freelance writer, editor and entertainment reviewer. His love of and knowedge of the film industry has made hime the go to person for film noir. He has had an interesting and controversial career. With his editing expertise Mr. Fisher has lent his considerable talents to Satellite magazine. REFisher01@yahoo.com

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oing green is certainly all the rage, but choosing where and what to buy and eat is one of the most powerful actions left to us as individuals. It can have an immediate effect on our community’s viability. We like to think that our actions can have an effect—for good—in the world, but often the choices we make seem far removed from our desired result. Driving fewer miles and switching to more efficient light bulbs makes sense, but by doing these are we really challenging the status quo? As you consider how to substitute more eco-friendly purchases for traditional ones, however, consider that a major part of sustainable living is simply getting by with a little less.

William Montalvo “Live simply that others may simply live.” ~ Mohandas K. Gandhi

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Kowtow organic fairtrade

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Cotton covers 2.5% of the world’s cultivated land, yet it accounts for 25% of the world’s insecticide market and 10% of global pesticide sales, making it the most pesticide-intensive crop grown on the planet.

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irect from Wellington New Zealand comes kowtow’s incredibly stunning latest collection “Law of Tangents”. With an eye predominantly on design, the labels 9th ensemble is a group of carefully created organic garments inspired by mathematics, how it corresponds with nature and then translates into fabric. Wavering between tailored and draped design, each piece has been inexplicably engineered into an object of dramatic form. Without the assistance of vivid colours or brightly printed fabrics, the garments hold their own through pure pattern magic. Clearly holding a torch for sustainable design, the team at kowtow have several write ups on their site dedicated to educating 0 0 5

consumers about the situation in 3rd world countries, where western markets are blatantly taking advantage of cheap labour in adversely substandard working conditions. Their philosophy of being aware of what is truly going on in the world encourages consumers to purchase wisely through turning their heads to a slave trade economy. A complicated cotton process is also exposed on the site, with extra kudos towards the designers for crediting the labour of their respective suppliers. A true example of fair trade and eco friendly design, kowtow is one label deserving of genuine credit. Go their now to support their amazing work. KowtowClothing.com

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NESTREST

The Nestrest is an over-sized bird’s nest offering you a secluded, suspended sanctuary and unusual meeting place: it’s the perfect place for relaxation, meditation and open-air conversations.

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he Nestrest is made of an especially strong Dedon fiber (4 cm wide, instead of 2 cm), guaranteeing a sturdy and solid weave with excellent properties: it shelters those within, allowing them to look out while preventing outsiders from seeing in – a perfect feeling of security! Creators of the Nestrest, an innovative new hanging pod woven from supersize strands of Dedon Fiiber, Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety are two of Paris’s most intriguing design talents. Close collaborators of JeanMarie Massaud, with whom they have forged new ways of working and approaching design, Daniel and Fred bring a rich diversity of experience to each project they undertake, alone or in a team.

graduate of UP4 (Paris-Charenton), Daniel collaborated with Philippe Starck on large-scale architectural commissions before joining up with Jean-Marie. He has since worked on projects ranging from Renault’s architectural identity to the groundbreaking Chivas stadium in Mexico, all while touring the world for three years with his young family. A graduate of Paris’s prestigious ENSCI industrial design school, Fred worked with Marc Berthier, then with Werner Aisslinger, before joining up with Jean-Marie and Daniel in 2004. He has collaborated with them on projects ranging from bathroom fixtures to yachts to a sustainable village in the Philippines.

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HIGH-TOP

This spring some of my favorite designers came up with some must have high-top sneakers to be seen in. 1. DIESEL // HIGH DENIM EXPOIAK SNEAKERS High-top distressed denim sneakers in blue.

2. GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI // SILVER MIRROR HIGH-TOPS High top leather sneakers in metallic silver. 3. GOLDEN GOOSE // RED FRANCY SNEAKERS High-top brushed suede sneakers in strawberry red. 4. MARC JACOBS // SKY BLUE SNEAKERs High-top smooth leather sneakers in sky blue. ALL AVAILABLE AT ssense.com 0 0 8

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ffset Warehouse is a social enterprise and the first UK online retailer to bring together all the elements needed to create ethical clothing and interiors. Offset Warehouse provides all the information and products you need to be ethical in the world of fashion and design. They are the only online portal to bring together a wide range of ethical fabrics, a haberdashery, garments and resources to make it easy for you to be ethical.

To encompass the widest variety of ethical products, we retail items that are recycled, by-products, reclaimed, organic, fairtrade, sustainable and from co-operative initiatives. They also offer textiles that have been printed ethically, using natural dyes, azo-free dyes, and natural bleaching techniques. It’s all about making it easier. One of the biggest obstacles to being ethical in the world of fashion and interiors is sourcing the fabrics, services and products! |

It’s also about doing the right thing. All of Offset Warehouse’s products are socially or environmentally responsible. So every time you purchase something from their website, you can feel good about doing something for someone else! Inevitably, given the current fiscal climate (politely described as “challenging”), some leaders and big businesses will try to weasel out of environmental and social justice commitment or scale back previously “ambitious” plans to become low carbon. If you like, this is the opposite of greenwashing but just as pernicious.

Offset Warehouse’s Fabric Shop and Haberdashery aims to present an ever-growing range of ethical fabrics, materials and trims.

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To find these things yourselves, takes a huge amount of time and research. Offset Warehouse makes it easy by doing it for you.

The best defence against such weaseling, when commitment to a better planet is more important than ever, is mass engagement and enthusiasm for new and better ideas, campaigners and their projects. And the Observer Ethical Awards are all about enthusiasm. Each year this is reflected in the fact that the general public vote in their thousands for the people and ideas you think make a real difference. OffsetWarehouse.com

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The newest version of Stella Sheer ditches the heavy white rhododendron and replaces it with icier notes of green apple and lemon. Apples don’t usually partner all that well with warm Persian rose, but in this case, the blend seems to work, thanks, perhaps, to the woody amber base. An ultra-modern floral, it’s slightly overpowering at first but dries down into something warmly wearable. In keeping with McCartney’s long-term commitment to the environment, the roses – the main ingredient – are organically grown. StellaMcCartney.co.uk 0 1 3

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Nautica has released the first Eco-Friendly Fragrance called Oceans. It’s special biodegradable, water-based formula is not only good for the environment, but also for your skin! It’s gentler and longer lasting than most alcohol based colognes, and the packaging is made from biodegradable materials. It smells very fresh and clean. It’s ingredients consist of Ocean Air, Lemon Tonic, Sea Salt Rose, Lavender Reef, Geranium, Amber Crystals and Regatta Accord. The scent is not incredibly unique, but if you are looking for an environmental friendly fragrance, this is it! Nautica.com 0 1 5

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ive your next afternoon picnic at the park an elegant Japanese twist with Wasara‘s biodegradable tableware. Designed to be fully compostable, the line eliminates the need to wash up after the party, throw away lots of plastic packaging, or carry heavy dishes back home after a sunny al fresco event. Conceived by top Japanese creative director Shinichiro Ogata, these sets of cups and plates are made of a new mix of tree-free biodegradable composite materials: bamboo, reed pulp and bagasse (an agricultural waste byproduct). Wasara tableware replaces plastic and wood pulp disposables while bringing an ephemeral beauty to your table by accentuating every dish you serve. In practical terms, they’re suitable for cold or hot foods, oil and waterresistant, can be stored in the fridge, and are microwavesafe. They fit comfortably in the hand, providing an elegant texture and sturdy quality that is unique in the field. Wasara tableware is responsibly manufactured near the source of its raw materials at an ISO 9001 & 14001 certified factory. The company is currently in talks to develop sustainable tableware solutions for airlines and cruise ships, and they have been honored with many awards including the Good Design Award, the All Design Awards and the Asian Award. Off course, using disposable products on a daily basis is not the most environmental, or even economic, choice you can make, but every once in a while an occasion pops up when Wasara’s good, green Japanese design is sure to shine. Wasara.us

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Mitsubishi i

The 2012 Mitsubishi i feels more stable than most small cars, especially when cornering. The engine delivers some punch at low speeds, but tops out at 81 mph. With a range of 75 miles on a full 12-hour charge, the i’s unabashed EV persona may not be for everyone, but Mitsubishi has delivered an efficient around-town vehicle in a simple, if strangely distinctive package 0 2 0

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eet The Greenest Vehicle of 2012. Shortly after being named the EPA’s fuel economy leader2, the 100% electric Mitsubishi i was recognized as “The Greenest Vehicle of 2012” by the American Council for an Energy- Efficient Economy. Thanks to an astonishing 112 combined MPGe, this EV is the most efficient car in production—beating the Nissan Leaf and, well, every hybrid or gas car in America. The Mitsubishi i is the most affordable electric vehicle in the entire United States1. And considering there’s a host of federal and state tax incentives for EV drivers, it’s never been easier on the budget to own an electric car (and especially this one) than it is right now.

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fun. The 100% electric Mitsubishi produces zero on-road emissions. It doesn’t have a gas tank, emits no CO2, and releases no exhaust fumes. So clearly, there’s no need for a tailpipe. But we’re pretty confident you won’t miss it. An 8-year / 100,000-mile limited battery warranty. We repeat. Eight whole years. Offering more than just peace of mind, the Mitsubishi i’s impressive battery warranty sends a clear message to the automotive world that EVs can (and should) be held to the same quality standards as their gas-reliant counterparts.

Green. In all of its five colors. Featuring remarkable technology from bumper to bumper and a bold, unique style, this is one EV that’s guaranteed to show your true color.

Safety first. With six airbags3 and our unique RISE body design. The Mitsubishi i’s world-class six-airbag3 system includes roofmounted curtain airbags, while its unique RISE body adds additional protection. RISE technology features a sophisticated, impactsmart design that helps keep you safe and sound.

No gas. No tailpipe. Just good clean

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othemburg-based photographer Sannah Kvist created a collection of photographs entitled “All I Own” where Swedish students were pictured with sculptures made from all their possessions. The result makes us question what we really need for living, if we are buying too much crap, and if it’s true that less stuff leads us to more freedom. “All I Own” was inspired by Kvist’s own experiences – she moved to 0 0 21 4

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Photography Joyce O’Neal JoyceONealPhotography.com

Hair Marco Berardini for Cloutier Remix using Evolution Man MakeUp Melissa Walsh using Dermalogica Models Garrett Lopez & Isao Hashimoto at Q Management

Hair bumble and bumble Gellac and grooming cream bumbleandbumble.com Loreal gold hair spray loreal.com Black and White hair pomade On nails Evolution Man evolution-man.com


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Hair bumble and bumble Gellac and grooming cream bumbleandbumble.com Loreal gold hair spray Loreal.com Black and White hair pomade


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Hair bumble and bumble Gellac and grooming cream bumbleandbumble.com Loreal gold hair spray loreal.com Black and White hair pomade.


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Photography Rose Cefalu RoseCefalu.com

Styling Michael Piombo Hair & Makeup Kristina Cardwell kristinamakeup.com Hair & Makeup Assistant Drea Ruiz DreaRuizMakeup.com Models Marketa K. at Hollywood Model Management hmmla.com & Lia Richardson Digital Tech Tiffini Myers

Black wool military inspired form hat by Montez themillineryguild.blogspot.com Vintage fur by Mark Zunino markzunino.com


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Block formed felt hat by Montez themillineryguild.blogspot.com Black satin couture gown by Mark Zunino markzunino.com


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Green wool Vertes’ Bird headpiece by Cristina de Prada cristinadeprada.com


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White felt hat by Montez themillineryguild.blogspot.com Lavender bustier & vintage fur by Mark Zunino markzunino.com


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Blue feather headband by Montez themillineryguild.blogspot.com


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Sculpted tube hat by Cristina de Prada cristinadeprada.com Black bustier by Mark Zunino markzunino.com


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Marlene Bird hat by Cristina de Prada cristinadeprada.com Tangerine dress by Mark Zunino markzunino.com


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Grey block formed hat by Montez themillineryguild.blogspot.com Merlot asymmetrical dress by Mark Zunino markzunino.com


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Leather teardrop with glass eye headpiece by Montez themillineryguild.blogspot.com Corset by Mark Zunino markzunino.com


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Green Day S A T E L L I T E

Photography Andrew McLeod AndrewMcLeod.com

Styling brian primeaux

Lunch

Palm leaf placemat by crate & Barrel crateandbarrel.com Bamboo plate by Bambu Veneerwear bambuhome.com Handbag by Matt & Nat mattandnat.com Veggin’ Out Garden Seed Kit by Humbleseed.com avail at livingreen.com Succulent Candle by Roost avail at livingreen.com


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Washcloth by Gaiam Gaiam.com Lavender soap by Sappo Hill sappohill.com (in dish) Wood compact by Beauty Society beautysociety.com Lip Balm by la nature avail at livingreen.com Pure Makeup by Maybelline Maybelline.com Perfume by Perfumed Wine (in Rose) - aperfumeorganic.com available at American Apparel Liquid soap by Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps drbronner.com Biodegradable Watch by Sprout watches sproutwatches.com Wood bracelet by Gustav Reyes avail at livingreen.com Metal necklace by Maria Francesca Pepe - mariafrancescapepe.com


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Laptop case by English Retreads englishretreads.com Wood tie by Wood Thumb - woodthumb.com avail at livingreen.com Duffle bag by Libero Ferrero liberoferrero.com Sneakers by Civic Duty civicdutyshoes.com Recycled yarn socks by American Apparel americanapparel.net Recycled yard tie by American Apparel americanapparel.net Plush toy by cate & Levi - cateandlevi.com available at livingreen.com


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Beach

Floor Mat by Magdalena York avail at livingreen.com Bag by Oilcloth Alley avail at livingreen.com Organic cotton tshirt by Malia Mills maliamills.com Scarf by Nepali tdmdesigninc.com Flip flops by Planet Flop planetflop.com Plush toy by Cate & Levi cateandlevi.com avail at livingreen.com


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Recycled Baby blanket by in2green avail at livingreen.com Jean jacket by Levis us.Levis.com Lace blouse by Rachael Caesar Clutch by Kzeniya Kzeniya.com Shoes by Hearts of Darkness by Cri De Coeur cridecoeur.myspotify.com Recycled LP bracelets by Eye Pop Art easy.com/shop/eyepopart


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Wall by Smith & Fong in Neopolitan Bamboo avail at livingreen.com Bowl by Pop Eye Art etsy.com/shop/eyepopart Thermos by Thermo-O Terra Mug avail at livingreen.com Necklace by Bottled Up Design bottledupdesigns.com Reusable lunch bag by Oilcloth Alley avail at livingreen.com


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Thug STYLED by Tom Stubbs styleanderror.co.uk

Models Christos Tolero, Rob Knighton, Toby McLellan & Xoan Hair Joshua Gibson | Sassoon Salon sassoon.com

COMME DES GARCONS SHIRT WOOL TRILBY E TAUTZ HALF LINED DOUBLE BREASTED JACKET & BROKEN-HERRINGBONE TIE NEIL BARRETT MEN’S PLEATED PANT BAND OF OUTSIDERS OXFORD STRIPE SHIRT JIL SANDER MEN’S DERBY SHOE ALL AVAILABLE AT oki-ni.com


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TS(S) TWILL SHANK BUTTON BD SHIRT NEIL BARRETT MEN’S TRIPLE LAYER SCARF MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA 10 MEN’S CONTRAST COLLAR AND BIB SUIT JACKET ALEXANDER MCQUEEN 13.5 CM TROUSER ALL AVAILABLE AT oki-ni.com


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MUGLER MEN’S FORMAL SUIT MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA 14 REPLICA PIN DOWN COLLAR SHIRT MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA 14 REPLICA LONG TRENCH STYLE COAT MUGLER MEN’S PONY HAIR BUCKLED CREEPER ALL AVAILABLE AT oki-ni.com


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MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA 14 REPLICA ELBOW PATCH FORMAL JACKET JIL SANDER MEN’S TURTLE NECK RAF SIMONS MEN’S OVERSIZED MONTGOMERY COAT MR HARE MITCHELL MEN’S SUEDE SHOE ALL AVAILABLE AT oki-ni.com


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Viceroy Photography Rose Cefalu RoseCefalu.com

Creative direction Michael Piombo Styling Rene Horsch Makeup Kristina Cardwell/kristinamakeup.com Hair Travisean Haynes/eamgmt.com Models, Joslyn Fink/nextmodels & Darriene Arnold Photo assistants Neeyaz Zolfaghari & Dustin Hattier

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Joslyn Fink wears gown by Mark Zunino Couture markzunino.com shoes by Rene’ Mancini earings, ring and bracelet by David Webb davidwebb.com


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Darriene Arnold wears gown by Mark Zunino Couture markzunino.com earings by David Webb davidwebb.com


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NEXT FACE

kristina Salinovic

Photography Mladen Šarić

Kristiana is the model at Place Models to watch. Height - 5’ 10.9” Bust - 33.5” Waist – 23.2” Shoes – 10 Hair – Brown Eyes – Blue PlaceModels.com 0 8 2

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American Apparel Andrew McLeod Bambu Veneerwear Beauty Society Bottled Up Designs Bumble And Bumble Civic Duty Crate & Barrel Cri De Coeur Cristina De Prada David Webb Denon Diesel Dr. Bronners Drea Ruiz English Retreads Evolution Man Eye Pop Art Galam Giuseppe Zanotti Hollywood Model Managemet Humble Seed Joyce O’Neal Kowtow Kristiana Cardwell Kzeniya Levis Libero Ferrero Livingreen Loreal Malla Mills Maybelline Maria Francesca Pepe Mark Zunino Matt And Nate Mitsubishi Montez Nautica Nepali Offset Warehouse Oki-Ni Perfume Wine Place Models Planet Flop Rose Cefalu Sannah Kvist SappoHill.com Sassoon Ssense Sprout Watches Stella McCartney Tom Stubbs Wasara

AmericanAppare.net AndrewMcLeod.com BambuHome.com Beautysociety.com BottledUpDesigns.com BumbleAndBumble.com CivicDutyShoes.com CrateAndBarrel.com CriDeCoeur.myspotify.com CristinaDeRrada.com DavidWebb.com Denon.de Diesel..com Dr.Bronners.com DreaRuizMakeup.com EnglishRetreads.com Evolution-Man.com easy.com/shop/EyePopArt Galam.com GiuseppeZanottiDesign.com HMMLA.com HumbleSeed.com JoyceONealPhotography.com KowtowClothing.com kristinamakeup.com Kzeniya.com Levis.com LiberoFerrero.com Livingreen.com Loreal.com MallaMills.com Mabelline.com MariaFrancescaPepe.com markzunino.com MattAndNate.com i.MitsubishiCars.com TheMillineryGuild.blogspot.com Nautica.com TDMDesignInc.com OffsetWarehouse.com Oki-Ni.com APerfumeOrganic.com PlaceModels.com PlanetFlop.com RoseCefalu.com SannahKvist.se SappoHill.com Sassoon.com Ssense.com SproutWatches.com StellaMcCartney.co.uk StyleAndError.co.uk Wasara.us


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