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In 'Korperkunst' for Vogue Germany, Toni Garrn Rocks Big Bad Wolf Apparel

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published:   Updated: Jun 22 2011 • References: vogue.de & fashionindie
I just love the hunched-over position Toni Garrn takes in the first image of 'Korperkunst' for Vogue Germany. The editorial's title is translated into English as 'Body Art,' and it's clear that photographers Knopefel and Indlekofer know how to translate a good model's movements into a masterpiece.

Check out more images from 'Korperkunst' in Vogue Germany above, and keep clicking for more features on unique poses in an editorial.

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