Patrycja Gardygajlo looks like the leader of a fashion tribe in Vogue Turkey's May 2014 editorial. Indeed, Gardygajlo's steely expression betrays her unrelenting confidence and ruthless determination. Though she isn't pictured with any of her followers in the shoot, I can only image she rules her tribe with an iron fist.
Fashion editor Naz Bileydi styled Gardygajlo in looks that were full of fringe; whether it was in the form of a belt, a vest, pants, a poncho or a bag. The fringed looks were accessorized with Gladiator-style sandals and several silver arm cuffs. To pull the look together, Ibrahim Zengin styled Gardygajlo's thick locks into long braids and makeup artist Ali Riza Ozdemir kept it natural with the makeup.
Photographer Emre Guven lensed the editorial against a rocky, mountainous landscape.
Patrycja Gardygajlo Stars in Vogue Turkey's May 2014 Editorial
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