Vogue Turns the ’50s Upside Down (11 photos)

Brazilian bombshells Alessandra Ambrosio and Ana Beatriz Barros team up once again for a beautiful editorial, this time in Vogue Nippon’s October 2010 issue. Shot by photographer Solve Sundsbo, the models are seem lying upside down in their retro-inspired silk and satin clothes by high end designers such as Prada, Marc Jacobs and Ralph Lauren. Seems as though the ’50s trend is staying for a while, doesn’t it? (You’ll hear no complaining from me…)

via Fashion Gone Rogue



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