Marina Vengut

‘Cowgirl up’

by: Ainsley Hutchence

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Photographer: Marina Vengut / Art director: Marina Vengut / Model: Kamboula Dabo / Stylist: Francisco Ugarte / Make-up Artist: Laura Moreno / Assistant: Antonio Villegas
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Marina Vengut ‘Cowgirl up’

Inspired by the B Movies, for her debut series photographer/art director Marina Vengut Moll recreates a utopia in which a space cowgirl named Patty crashes her spaceship on Planet Earth. “People say that by trying to talk to her, she reacts violently & wildly because she only relates to animals & their strange companion.”

Wadrobe; Dominnico, Noel Barcelona, Loretto Studio, Natalie Joyce, Pepe Jeans, 51 Percent, Undiz.

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