The Fashion Gone Rogue 'Noah' Shoot Features Flamenco-Ready Frocks

By: Regan Canie - Published: Dec 30, 2011 • References: fashiongonerogue & inthemoment.moderndestiny
Nothing will have you craving a margarita more than the Fashion Gone Rogue 'Noah' pictorial, soaked in Mexican history and floral ensembles.

The editorial, shot by Barcelonian photographer Anouk Nitsche, is all sorts of sultry between the models hedonistic headpiece and bright-red pout screaming sensuality. The shoot channels famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, but with less unibrow and more flowered up-dos. The looks offer a romantic range from Missoni, Miss Sixty, Just Cavalli, Pinko, Twin-Set and Manoush, with each outfit topped off in show-stopping Swarovski accessories. Alternating between beautifully blurred shots and crystal-clear captures, the shoot ends up as a poignant mix of a vintage and modern femininity.

Between the bright art-deco backdrop and a drop-dead gorgeous starring seductress, the Fashion Gone Rogue 'Noah' spread will make you feel like you took a sun-soaked, south-of-the-border trip in one short editorial. Stats for Exotic Flower-Child Editorials Trending: Older & Buzzing
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