© peter lindbergh

PETER LINDBERGH

© peter lindbergh

Nadja Auermann for Vogue, July 1994. Photo, Irving Penn

Nadja Auermann for Vogue, July 1994. Photo, Irving Penn

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Vogue IT - Una Storia A Berlino - Nadja Auermann - Mar 1997

Vogue IT - Una Storia A Berlino - Nadja Auermann - Mar 1997

Vogue IT - Tokyo, Luglio 1996 - Nadja Auermann                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Vogue IT - Tokyo, Luglio 1996 - Nadja Auermann Plus

Zemes Māte (Mother of the Soil) is a Latvian Fertility Goddess, who was also identified with Veļu Mate, the Goddess of the Dead.

Zemes Māte (Mother of the Soil) is a Latvian Fertility Goddess, who was also identified with Veļu Mate, the Goddess of the Dead.

Photos Peter Lindbergh, Giorgio Armani - Nadja Auermann - Spring 1997

Photos Peter Lindbergh, Giorgio Armani - Nadja Auermann - Spring 1997

"Voyagers"  Amber Valetta & Nadja Auermann  by Peter Lindbergh - Harper´s Bazaar, Nov 1993.

"Voyagers" Amber Valetta & Nadja Auermann by Peter Lindbergh - Harper´s Bazaar, Nov 1993.

a-state-of-bliss: “ Neiman Marcus 1994 - Nadja Auermann wearing Jean Paul Gaultier by Richard Avedon ”

a-state-of-bliss: “ Neiman Marcus 1994 - Nadja Auermann wearing Jean Paul Gaultier by Richard Avedon ”

Nadja Auermann by Peter Lindbergh - love this version of sexy tom boy. it's slicked back and clean, but obviously very feminine.

Nadja Auermann by Peter Lindbergh - love this version of sexy tom boy. it's slicked back and clean, but obviously very feminine.

*Irving Penn - I have always enjoyed Penn's work because of the interaction he has with the people.  No one photograph is the same. I actually had to mimic his work one semester and those were the most breath taking photos I have taken.

Artiste Photographe Irving Penn (28 photos

*Irving Penn - I have always enjoyed Penn's work because of the interaction he has with the people. No one photograph is the same. I actually had to mimic his work one semester and those were the most breath taking photos I have taken.

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