Blossom

A fashion story photographed by Adi Putra.

Flowers of awakening. Yuna portrayed in Tokyo by Adi Putra and styled by Claresta Pitojo.

Blossom

Credits:

Photography: Adi Putra / @adipvtra
Styling: Claresta Pitojo / @clarestapitojo
Make up/hair: Juni Wise / @juniwise
Model: Yuna Ishizawa at Unknownmodelmanagement / @ishizawayuna @unknownmodelmanagement

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