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Isabeli Fontana for Vogue Mexico March 2013

Isabeli Fontana for Vogue Mexico March 2013
Photographer: Koray Birand
Makeup: Moani Lee using Hourglass Cosmetics
Hair: Ryan Tanaguchi using Oribe
Website: www.vogue.mx


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  1. This yellow dress is fierce!! my kind of dress ;)

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  2. Yes. Here I'm loving the color, it's so delicious :)
    xx

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  3. This cover is stunning, as is all the covers you picked in this series. Following on Bloglovin!

    Ali of

    www.dressingken.com

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    1. Just Liked your Facebook Page :)
      Greetings from Pakistan

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  4. Gosh I love the dress on her! Thx for your lovely comment. Keep in touch ;)!!!

    xoxo Gozika

    http://gozikasjournal.blogspot.com/

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