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'I Used to Love Him' Brings Style to the Necropolis

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Aug 23, 2011 • References: milosimage and fashionising
While frozen faces keep the focus on the fashion, an editorial like 'I Used to Love Him' is all-round more interesting. A flush of emotion is introduced into the stylish spreads with the sorrowful setting of a graveyard.

Model Mona of EMG first struts down the paved path past rows and rows of carved marble memorials and tombstones in her zebra print shirt and her flower-embroidered tights. Seemingly unaffected by her surroundings, the edgily dressed diva is quickly overcome by sadness when she reaches a particular headstone. Violet hydrangeas and classical mausoleums with doric columns complete the scene with a poetic character, offset by the modern styling of Elaine Laurel and Natalie Anne. 'I Used to Love Him' by Milos is a tragic tale of glamorous love lost.