Model Coco Rocha is captured prancing around the streets of New York City in the Vogue Mexico 'Gracia Urbana' editorial. In particular, the photoshoot takes place at Times Square, where she is able to revel in the sights and sounds of a tourist hub. In fact, she looks like a tourist herself in her baroque-inspired outfits and energetic poses.
The Vogue Mexico 'Gracia Urbana' editorial was shot by Dewey Nicks, a photographer based in West Hollywood, California, and art directed by John Paul Tran. Set to appear in the December 2012 issue of the magazine, for which she boasts three covers, the Canadian beauty was styled exclusively in Docle and Gabbana pieces by fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves. Hairstylist Dennis Gots and makeup artist Moani Lee perfected the romantic feminine looks.
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