The Grazia France 'Barock' editorial will have women channeling their inner royalty in no time. Forgoing the modern ladylike looks worn by the Duchess of Cambridge for articles of clothing that are a lot more luxurious and ornate, the outfits embrace the Baroque era. Nevertheless, they don't compromise contemporary sensibilities. The elegant ensembles showcased throughout the Grazia France 'Barock' editorial may be full of rich details, but they could easily be worn on a daily basis.
Shot by photographer Honer Akrawi, the Grazia France 'Barock' stars models Maria Flávia Ferrari and Alexandra Tikerpuu. Having appeared in the December 2012 issue of the magazine, the looks, which were styled by Julie Pailhas, are perfect for the winter season. The pieces are from the likes of Lanvin, Givenchy and Balmain.
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