Vlada Roslyakova by Nagi Sakai for Tush #26 – Design You Trust

Vlada Roslyakova by Nagi Sakai for Tush #26

Vlada Roslyakova is a sensuous beauty for the winter edition of Germany’s Tush Magazine. Photographed by Nagi Sakai with styling by Marcell Rocha, Vlada hits the streets in colorful makeup looks created by Frederik Stambro. Hair by Roberto di Cuia.

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