Coco Rocha's Harper's Bazaar Mexico cover is terrifically tribal

posted on: Saturday, 31 May 2014


Coco Rocha is a model that constantly has us on our toes. Her versatility in pictures is unrivalled. In short, her ability to transform in front of the camera is simply remarkable. Our latest obsession from the Coco Rocha camp comes courtesy of Harper's Bazaar Mexico. Coco covers the June issue of the magazine working the tribal trend. The cover, while naturally fashionable, is truly a work of art.

Wearing a heavily embellished halter neck gown and a wide choker necklace, Coco's look is finished with a headpiece that gives basket weavers a run for their money and makeup fit for a tribal princess. The fun doesn't stop with the cover, either. Within the Harper's Bazaar's Mexico June 2014 issue you'll find the tribal trend continues with the powerful Coco Rocha striking a pose in beautiful fashion pieces that play to one of the season's most desirable looks.

1 comments:

  1. Hmmm...I think she looks fabulous but it always makes me a bit uncomfortable when they dress incredibly white, western women up as 'tribal'.. surely this should be a natural opportunity to use some of the more ethnically diverse models who so often get overlooked?

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