Archive for ‘Eniko Mihalik’

September 8, 2011

Glam Moments

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Eniko Mihalik by Anthony Maule for Numéro #126

Oh Numéro…I can’t imagine why I have abandoned you for so long.  This editorial is full of all the flair and throw back sultriness I have been missing.  Eniko is glorious in this, conveying both sensuality and sophistication.  That is something I have always loved about Eniko; every piece she does is injected with seduction and sexuality.  She has this look in her eye that just draws you in.  Moreover, she infuses it with a dose of elegance and glamour, making her perfect for high fashion.  There is always a avant garde feel to her modelling.  In this case, the sixties inspiration is clearly conveyed with the heavily lined eyes and mod prints.  Eniko gives a wonderful line in every shot with elaborate arches and delicately curved fingers.  I can be fascinated by the most minute details as Eniko cleverly adjusts her angles to best showcase the look.  Every shot is full of character and glamour–everything haute couture should embody.

[Perhaps the paragraph above demonstrates why I don’t post Numéro editorials very often.  I am so enamored with the piece at hand that I ramble about a particular detail and the editorial as a whole alike.  Terribly sorry for the incoherence.  Will clean up later.]

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May 21, 2011

Eniko Mihalik by Greg Kadel

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Eniko Mihalik by Greg Kadel for Vogue Italia May 2011

Yay for fashionable face paint (or war paint rather).  Eniko looks fucking fabulous.  She comes across as a rather fey punk.  I love how she can be both ethereal and edgy in this.  Kadel paints her as otherworldly and vibrant with his blurry watercolor edging to the shots.  And the perspective is intriguing in general; the angles of her face and body add a lot of depth to this editorial.  Moreover, I love when editorials do some wacky artistic brights for beauty.  It’s a perfect excuse to color outside the lines.

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November 22, 2010

Eniko is Everything

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Eniko Mihalik by Benny Horne for Russh #37

It seems that the ever fabulous Eniko has been everywhere lately.  I count 5 publications and 1 ad campaign so far for this month alone: Vogue Italia, Vogue Nippon, Russh, Antidote, The GentleWoman and Bergdorf Goodman.  In such a transient industry, that’s pretty damn impressive.  For this editorial, it’s a bit all over the place, but I guess that’s kind of the point.  Eniko is everything  in this case as she switches easily between styles and personas.  My favorite is the ladylike shot above the sophisticated red lip and elegant pose.  There are a few other excellent styling moments as well.  That Hervé Léger by Max Azria dress (shot 6 right) for one.  I love the sexiness of the under-boob.  It’s unexpected.  Above all, Eniko is just gorgeous.  And that’s that.

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November 19, 2010


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Eniko Mihalik by Miguel Reveriego for Bergdorf Goodman Resort 2010

Bombshell indeed.  I’ve always thought that about Eniko.  And with new auburn locks, she looks even more gorgeous.  She’s very Jessica Rabbit in this, looking utterly pin-up worthy.  She’s certainly got my attention in this.  This is super sexy without seeming vulgar or sleazy.  This eye-popping Bergdorf Goodman Magazine pushes the envelope, depicting what seems like endless amounts of Eniko’s silky skin.  And Eniko looks amazing.  That’s all I really have to say on that.

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October 11, 2010

7th September

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Eniko Mihalik by Will Davidson for Muse Fall 2010

She really is terribly pretty.  I love Eniko, but she rarely gets to just be pretty.  She is always cast as sexy, dramatic, or avant garde.  And sometimes I just miss the pretty.  I’m glad that Muse was missing it as well.  This may appear a rather simple editorial–and it probably is–but there is beauty in that simplicity.  To me, this is a very decidedly spring editorial in fall.  But there’s nothing wrong with that.  Often, fashion strives to present a fantasy and dramatic glamour to life with their editorials, but the industry tends to forget the power of a natural pared-down, yet well done editorial.  Muse has certainly not forgotten: it gives me a gorgeous cover with a pleasant accompanying editorial inside.  I can’t really explain why this particular editorial drew me in.  I tend to be picky about my editorials, discarding overly simplistic editorials.   But this editorial had some magic to it.  Just something that was more than a pretty girl frolicking amidst flowers.  Perhaps it is the beauty of it.  Will Davidson expertly executes this with a softness that I adore.  In any case, I like this without having to competently dissect why.

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September 21, 2010

Cara o Cuero

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Eniko Mihalik by Nico for Harper’s Bazaar Spain October 2010

Eighties high glamour at its best.  And I adore her hair.  It seems that Eniko’s hair has been taking the focus as of late in her editorials.   That’s ok with me; it is spectacular and so is she.  That shot with her head thrown back and she’s only wearing a jacket and boots is so Flashdance, I love it.  All-leather styling, doberman, metal fence…all the makings of a hardcore edgy yet glamorous editorial.  And I’m glad that fashion’s making a return towards luxury again.  It’s exactly as Michael Kors was envisioning as he sent down his Spring 2011 show (although probably not with this type of styling).  I especially like how in some of the later shots her poses makes it seem like she’s dancing.  I’m not normally a fan of Harper’s Bazaar Spain–it generally bores me–but there are touches of brilliance in this. Bravo.

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August 21, 2010

Chic Easy Pieces

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Eniko Mihalik by Glen Luchford for Harper’s Bazaar US September 2010

Totally epic hair.

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July 27, 2010


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Eniko Mihalik by Miguel Reveriego for Numéro #115

There are simply too many shots that I like from this editorial.  I couldn’t really decide which one to feature since I liked practically all of them.  Normally I’m not a big fan of print, especially animal print.  However the sheer brilliance and excellence of this shoot outweighed my dislike of print.  I love the painting feel to this editorial.  It’s very artsy and romantic.  Eniko does an excellent job and impresses me with every shot.  The posing feels natural and sensual.  Everyone already know show I feel about her body but god it bears repeating.  Eniko’s got some spectacular curves on her which are showcased very nicely in this.  Oh and the dark lighting and tint add a nice touch.

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July 12, 2010

V Pre-Fall 2010 Covers by Mario Sorrenti

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I had already posted Adriana’s cover but here are the rest of the covers by Mario Sorrenti.  Adriana’s is still my favorite.  Considering these covers, no wonder American newsstands are delegating them to the adult section. hahaha Although it makes me wonder when we became such prudes…

Oh and apparently all but Adriana’s have limited-edition scratch off V’s.  As if peoples’ brains haven’t already imploded from the hotness.  You can order them from V‘s site.

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January 3, 2010

Iconic Times

I can only think of one word to describe this editorial: hot.  Completely and irrevocably hot.  What is with oiled, sexy, languid shoots lately?  First Edita and now Eniko.  I love it.  I recently learned that if each city had one word that it embodies, Rome’s would be “sex.”  How apt.  This is sexy without the sleaze.  Who better to do it but the Italians?

Eniko Mihalik in Vogue Itaila August 2009

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