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There is something incredibly original about the David Dunan Vogue Italia photoshoot. Although it carries certain elements that are common in fashion spreads, such as the vintage look, the prim and proper styling, and the sisterly (even borderline sapphic) relationship between the two models, it still has a unique touch to it that cannot be denied.

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The David Dunan Vogue Italia editorial is also enchanting because it has a fairytale-like quality thanks to the fuchsia foliage that’s trapping models Bo Don and Kristy Kaurova inside the car.

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Part of the Close-Up magazine’s March 2011 issue, the David Dunan Vogue Italia photo shoot features styling from Sara Maino. I love the nude and white palette she has put together within this spread.

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