German model-turned-actress Diane Kruger graces the pages of Vogue Paris for their October 2009 issue. The blonde starlet was photographed by frequent Vogue collaborator Patrick Demarchelier. Kruger appears as a lacy lady in the feature styled by Vogue Paris Editor-in-Chief Carine Roitfeld.
In the accompanying article by Philippe Azoury, Kruger opens up to Vogue Paris about working with Quentin Tarantino, her upcoming projects and why she prefers to act in European films.
Implications - Consumers in modern society are no longer looking for over exaggerated styles. Products that feature a more subtle aesthetic appeal to those who want to maintain a classic appearance. Companies could develop more designs with this in mind in order to attract attention.
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