The Constance Jablonski Vogue Mexico editorial transports people to another era in which women were always primped, preened and ready for glamorous outings -- even if that outing only involved the grocery store. As odd as model Jablonski may look picking up pineapples and jam in her Sunday best, the supermarket setting highlights the elegant ensembles even more.
Shot by Jean Francois Campos, the Constance Jablonski Vogue Mexico editorial follows a 60s theme, which gives the photo shoot some added context. Stylist Sarah Gore-Reeves concentrates on cladding Jablonski in vintage silhouettes that are rife with pretty pastel colors and bold floral prints. The looks are perfect for springtime. Modest, delicate and refreshing, they will brighten up any wardrobe.
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