Nimue Smitby is captured by Luca Khouri for The Fashionography December 2016. Creative Director: Alexei Key. Styled by Emily Mazur. Make-up by Benjamin Puckey. Hair by Rita Marmor. Casting by Arianna Pradarelli.
Every season hundreds of models take their shot at New York, London, Milan, and Paris, hoping to make a mark. Only a few really break through, and when they do, they’re often transformed into creatures no one at home..
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