TRULL CARDS

"I played cards against two French guys. They tried to trick me, but who is the fool now?" Editorial inspired by the main characters on the playing cards.
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I played cards against two French guys.

 They tried to trick me, but who is the fool now? 

From a Petit to the highest trump 21 and with stars in the corners, I won. 

“C’est la vie”, I did count on my last move, boys.

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Credits
Art Direction / Markéta Kosinová & Kateřina Hynková
Photography / Markéta Kosinová
Styling / Kateřina Hynková
MUA / Lucie Chromá
Model / Veronika Čechmánková

Designers
Remon
Adéla Wiesenbergová
Markéta Poláková
Hana Frišoncová
Maria Nina Václavková

Produced with love by SWARM MAG

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