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The 'Belleville-Bamako' Editorial in L'Officiel Paris February 2012

By: Katherine Vong - Published: • References: lofficielmode & designscene.net
For the upcoming spring season, tribal-luxe looks are again hot on fashion's radar and this L'Officiel Paris February 2012 spread featuring model Egle Tvirbutaite will give you ideas on how to put it all -- stylishly and colorfully -- together.

Photographed by Polish fashion photographer Marcin Tyszka, the spread is called 'Belleville-Bamako' and features a slew of vibrant tribal-inspired pieces. Prints and pattens reign supreme in ensembles that pack a bright and bold punch. The spread was styled by Alexandra Elbim, who dressed Tvirbutaite in designs by Chloe, Pringle of Scotland, Kenzo, Gucci and more. The styles range from splashy printed pants and headscarves to chic wrap skirts, oversized beaded jewelry and chunky wedge sandals.

Makeup for this L'Officiel Paris February 2012 shoot was provided by Christina Lutz, with har by Lok Lau. Stats for Chromatic Tribal Couture Trending: Older & Warm
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