Nicola Wincenc is a Retro Vision in Photos by Larry Schwarz

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Published January 8, 2015

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Photographed by Larry Schwarz, Re:Quest model Nicola Wincenc embraces a retro attitude. Sitting for quirky black & white images, Nicola’s long hair is held back by a makeshift bandana headband that complements high-waisted striped cut-off shorts.

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