Model Natasa Vojnovic appears in an elegantly seductive spread, called ‘Homme Fatale,’ for the Tush Fall 2011 issue.
The title ‘Homme Fatale’ says it all. The editorial mixes subtle sexiness with a sophisticated, masculine authority, showing Vojnovic as a fierce female you just wouldn’t want to mess with. Wearing masculine pieces such as a trouser, tie and coat combo, this sophisticated femme looks anything but delicate. Yet, Vojnovic still emits an air of femininity as she dons a stiff fedora, leather biker gloves, a black menswear-style shirt with rolled-up sleeves—even a belt-harness over her bare upper body.
Photographed by Txema Yeste, the Tush Fall 2011 editorial ‘Homme Fatale’ was styled by Bernat Buscató, with makeup and hair by Akki Shirakawa and Tyron Machhausen, respectively.
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