Herchcovitch em medo, moda e filmes

O difícil é ter medo de usar roupas tão perfeitas, mas é preciso falar dos vídeos da coleção verão 2012 do mago na moda Herchcovitch, que dá medo medo mas também inspira e cria desejo de ter seus produtos. A produção contou com um elenco invejável: Christiano Metri como diretor, Rodrigo Belotto e Luciana Curtis (os modelos que sofrem alucinações e pesadelos ao provar os looks dos desfiles), Geanine Marques, Maurício Ianês, Daniel Raad (no filme ele leva a roupa até as modelos. Na vida real, é o braço direito e esquerdo do estilista), dentre outros. Assista à versão masculina, batizada de Tóxico, e à feminina de Insânia;

The hard part is to be afraid of wearing clothes so perfect, but we must speak of the videos of the magician’s 2012 summer collection fashion Herchcovitch, it’s scary but also inspires fear and creates desire for their products. The production had an enviable cast: Christiano Metri as director, Rodrigo Belotto and Luciana Curtis (models suffering hallucinations and nightmares to prove the looks of the shows), Geanine Marques, Mauricio Ianês, Daniel Raad (the movie takes it to the laundry models. In real life, is the right arm and left the stylist), among others. Watch the male version, dubbed the Toxic, and women’s Lunacy;

                                 


                                                                              
                                

                                                                        
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