Model Natasha Poly looks like a mobster's wife in the Dolce Vita photo spread for Vogue Spain's November 2011 issue. From the fedora hat to the fancy furs, it is like she was made to live the life of a criminal's love interest. Of course, with the fashion industry's eye turned towards the roaring 20s, it is no wonder that this editorial has such a retro look to it.
Shot by fashion photographer Mariano Vivanco, the Dolce Vita photo spread shows a different side of the 20s era. There were other sultry and sophisticated styles seen throughout that decade other than flapper fashion. Styled by fashion editor Sara Fernandez, the spread happens to focus on the luxurious Gucci autumn 2011 collection.
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