If you're a fan of fashion photography and are one of the few people still not sold on Samantha Gradoville's impending superstardom, the Samantha Gradoville by Emma Tempest for the Sunday Times Style editorial will bring you to the other side.

The Samantha Gradoville by Emma Tempest Sunday Times Style editorial sees the ruby-red lipped Omaha, Nebraska native in a series of impressive and effervescent outfits/accessories from top high-class brands like Givenchy, Chanel, and Bally.

This is just another notch in the formidable and building belt of Samantha Gradoville. It was just last year when, in her first Milan Fashion Week, she was appointed the one to open and close the shows by much vaunted casting director, Russell Marsh.

If the Samantha Gradoville by Emma Tempest Sunday Times shoot is any indication, Marsh was only slightly ahead of the curve.

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