ONE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHT

Come here Scheherazade, tell us your story ... Not all of us are as brave as you. Teach us your manners and ways of thinking. Give us your knowledge. Distract us with your beauty and heal our minds, poisoned by rulers. Let us gaze upon your wisdom. Set us free.
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Credits
Creative Director / Markéta Kosinová
Photography / Shotby.Us
Styling / Kateřina Hynková
MUA / Diana Vitikačová
Produced / SWARM MAG

Models
Karolina / New Alien Agency

Designers
Ether
Daniela Pešková
Maria Nina Václavková
Dry Milk of Virgin Mary
Aleš Hnátek

Special thanks to / Buchara Perské Koberce

 

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