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http://bestff.net/.well-known/assetlinks.json?COLLCC=2979776194 The experience backstage for Monse was incredible. The deconstructed yet very sexy pieces were so beautiful. Following Orlando’s directions, we all embraced the model’s natural textures, cropped bangs and cool cuts. One by one under Orlando’s watchful eye, we expressed each model’s individuality through her hair. I love my job 🙂 Orlando giving instructions.binäre option 60 sekunden
go to site The second show of the day was Diane Von Furstenburg. And as usual She aims to wow us and Orlando Pita aims to wow her!
meilleur site de rencontre gratuit sur iphone This was my first show for fashion Week NYC for 2015 and it was so full of energy and beautiful girls! I was extremely excited to meet Trinidadian born Crystal Noreiga. It’s always great to meet another Trinidadian behind the scenes