Model Rose Botman is like the female equivalent to the Phantom of the Opera in the Elele Magazine November 2012 editorial. It may be lacking an actual opera, but the Dutch beauty has sequestered herself away from civilization in a decrepit warehouse while still dressing glamorously as though unable to let go of her former life. Romantically forlorn, the setting gives the elegant ensembles an edge that is hard to resist.
The Elele Magazine November 2012 editorial was shot by Koray Parlak, a photographer born and based in Istanbul, Turkey. It was outfitted by stylist Cristina Cosentino, who showcased labels such as Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana, Beymen and Nine West. Hairstylist Nuri Sekerci complemented the lavish gowns and frocks with a blue-tinged white wig while makeup artist Ali Riza Ozdemir added wing-tipped eyes.
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