Vogue contributing photographer Ellen Von Unwerth dazzled behind the lens for the ‘True At First Sight’ Vogue China editorial in the July 2010 issue featuring model Dree Hemingway.
Stylist Anne Christensen opted for ruffled flirty dresses, knee-high socks, classically-shaped footwear and patterned trench coats for the photo shoot. The hair took over the final photographs; Dree Hemingway’s dark roots were manicured to perfection to create a laid-back feel to the editorial.
Implications - Dree Hemingway proves her worth in this compelling shoot. She is alternatively sensual, seductive, playful, comic, and serious in these poses, dominating each one with the effortless swagger we've come to expect from her. Judging for the success of the 'True at First Sight' editorial, do not be surprised to see Ellen Von Unwerth and Hemingway teaming up in the future.
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