Nora Vai

Dreamer, Poser, Player

Tag: fashion

If I lived in 70’s

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Photos Daymion Mardel.

Styling Luis Rodriguez

Make up Ronnie Peterson

Hair James Mooney

Posing me

Happy Halloween!

For Rush and Lewis Kyle Houston White

Hair Centric Series, Creative Head Magazine

Home is where the pants aren’t

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I love my jeans and big white shirt. But when I shoot with photographers and choose what clothes to bring, I usually choose something more trendy or different I guess. This time I invited myself to Mario Delgado’s home. I love his work, how natural and real his photos feel. So I left home the way I was. There’s nothing more comfortable than big shirt and baggy jeans. Well actually there is, big shirt and no jeans.

Thank you, Mario, for having me and making me that delicious pasta for lunch.

Photos by Mario Deldago, no make up or hair.

Real at DKNY

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One of my everyday Snapchat stories @Noravai 

 

Few days ago I did DKNY show here in New York. I also worked with the team before, saw the process of the collection being put together, trying all the variations of clothes, seeing how they move, how they look on pictures, how they feel etc. We spent long days, stayed until 2am together. At the end it felt like the team became a little family. I can definitely see now why designers call collections their baby. Makes me love the brand even more, when I know that people behind it are so lovely and down to earth. Also, the fact that they casted real New Yorkers for the show and not only models, adds so much character and personality to it. Thank you, DKNY for having me and making me feel like a real New Yorker for a bit.

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Last photo by Eli Schmidt