Wednesday, September 4, 2013

I Might Have Been Queen

Supermodel Joan Smalls channels the irrepressible energy and spirit of music legend Tina Turner for V Magazine's September issue as interpreted by photographer Tom Munro. Fashion stylist Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele strikes solid gold with the Puerto Rican beauty kitted out in sheer white ensembles paired with shimmering gold accessories and styled by Oribe with a super chic contemporary version of Tina Turner's shag hairstyle. Smalls is perfectly cast as Ms Turner, conveying a dynamism and energy rarely seen in modelling nowadays while spinning, gyrating, and tumbling to the beat of Turner's timeless classics. DNA model Vince Harrington provides additional eye candy in a supporting role whilst swaying in sync with Smalls' impeccably timed rhythm. The genius of Cerf de Dudzeele is in full effect as she combines a dash of opulence, flashes of bare skin, and an innate sense of fun, transporting the reader to a time when Tina Tuner ruled the airwaves, the charts, and our hearts.

Joan Smalls
V Magazine - Issue 85
Photographer - Tom Munro
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V Magazine - Issue 85
Photographer - Tom Munro
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Vincent Harrington & Joan Smalls
V Magazine - Issue 85
Photographer - Tom Munro
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V Magazine - Issue 85
Photographer - Tom Munro
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V Magazine - Issue 85
Photographer - Tom Munro
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Vincent Harrington & Joan Smalls
V Magazine - Issue 85
Photographer - Tom Munro
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V Magazine - Issue 85
Photographer - Tom Munro
Source - wearesodroee.wordpress.com

V Magazine - Issue 85
Photographer - Tom Munro
Source - wearesodroee.wordpress.com

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