Oskar Landstrom by Duane Nasis

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Published June 2, 2010

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Oskar Landstrom strips down for an accessories story styled by Raphael Hirsch. With fine attention to detail and soul, a necklace or two goes far in an intimate series with photographer Duane Nasis. Dressed in garments from the likes of b Store, Falke and Clements en August, Oskar steals a moment in the accessories of Laura Bamber, Patricia Nicholas and Nico Didonna.

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