Once the theme of the S Moda 'Diosa Manga' editorial is understood, the added context explains the experimental outfits. Colorful, quirky and subtly futuristic, each ensemble has been inspired by Japanese comic books. In fact, the entire March 10, 2012, issue has been inspired by Japanese culture.
The S Moda Diosa Manga editorial was captured by Japanese photographer Satoshi Saikusa. In addition to the stunning designs from fashion houses such as Balenciaga, Gucci and Alexander McQueen, model Anouck Lepere has been adorned with adorable polka-dot patterns on her skin and strange golden accessories on her face. The Belgian beauty was creatively and daringly styled by Isabel Moralejo. Her blunt bob was done by Damien Boissinot with barely-there makeup by Maria Olsson.
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