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Natasha Poly by Julia Pelzer

published on 2 November 2018

“This look made me feel very empowered because that black Swarovski corset complimented my body shape in the best way possible! That skirt [Atelier Versace] with a split in front to show off my legs, and the big volume! Made me feel like a modern goddess coming down from the sky! It was one of the best moments of my life!”

- Natasha Poly

“This look made me feel very empowered because that black Swarovski corset complimented my body shape in the best way possible! That skirt [Atelier Versace] with a split in front to show off my legs, and the big volume! Made me feel like a modern goddess coming down from the sky! It was one of the best moments of my life!”

Illustration: Julia Pelzer
Press image from Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet 2015, Clothing: Atelier Versace Dress with corset made with black Svarowski crystals
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