Naty Chabanenko fills the role of seventies dancing queen for Yasunari Kikuma’s super glam story in March’s Numéro Tokyo. Styled by Ako Tanaka, Naty slips into form-fitting print driven pieces from the likes of Dior, Chanel and Louis Vuitton.
naty is usually so pretty but the hair and makeup… eek
hair and make-up – hideous! How does it manage to make Naty look so puffy.
Agree! It was well photographed though….very sharp and clean…
Agree with you, Zanita
this editorial lacks cohesiveness… the only element that unites all the looks is that dreadful pink eyeshadow.
i love it
Reminds me a little of the one Karmen shot with Giampaolo for Vogue Nippon, I think it’s the tacky hair and makeup.
I think that’s kind of the point though. Some of the makeup in the seventies was REALLY tacky!
Make up and hair are HORRIFIC. Her face looks exactly the same in every single shot, and there is no life in her eyes. What a pity since she’s a beautiful girl.
Clothing is beautiful though. Colors are fantastic, and im dying over that Pucci dress! Amazing!
i love this. evokes a lot of intrigue.
This is the worst photoshop I have ever seen! Look at her face way too photoshopped. She looks bloated too! Too much donuts or something.
this is awful. styling, hair, make up – all terrible
Who makes the shoes in the last photo?