Looking through the Mila Krasnoiarova ELLE Vietnam August 2011 editorial, it's hard to fight the urge to want to hop on a plane and fall into a lap of luxury like the one that serves as the backdrop for the shoot.
The ELLE Vietnam August 2011 editorial was shot by accomplished New York-based photographer Louis Christopher, whose impressive list of clients includes Bloomingdales, Esquire, Nylon, and Harper's Bazaar, amongst others.
For this shoot, Mila Krasnoivarova is decked out in top designers like Michael Kors, Fendi, and Giambattista Valli. Her make up is dark autumn, and her attitude is upscale aloof. She manages to be elegant, alluring, and disdainful in one fell swoop, each shot exuding the sort of extravagant aura associated with such carefree living.
The ELLE Vietnam August 2011 editorial is on newsstands now.
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