19 November 2011

Mario: The "Made in Italy"

Oh! what can I say? I think these photos pretty much talk for themselves.
This is my friend Mario D'Amico, Italian model, who has walked the catwalk for Armani, Versace, Cavalli, Pignatelli, Iceberg... need to say more?  Mario has been the image for international campaigns such as Emporio Armani fragance for men, Roberto Cavalli black for men and Martini, among others.
We shoot these photos a few weeks ago, in El Retiro park in Madrid.
I'm proud to say I was the photographer! I think the photos turned out wonderful.
A lot of guys read my blog, so these photos are a fashion inspiration... And for the girls, well, is pure eye candy ;)

Oh! que puedo decir? Creo que estas fotos hablan por si mismas.
Este es mi amigo Mario, modelo italiano, quien ha modelado en las pasarelas de Armani, Versace, Cavalli, Pignatelli, Iceberg... Debo decir mas?  Mario ha sido la imagen para campañas internacionales como Emporio Armani for men, Roberto Cavalli black for men, y Martini, entre otras.
Estas fotos las tomamos hace algunas semanas en el parque El Retiro en Madrid.

Me complace decir que yo fui la fotógrafa! Creo que resultaron maravillosas.
Muchos chicos leen mi blog, así que estas fotos son una inspiración de moda... y para las chicas, bueno, es "como música para los oídos" ;)

I love the tatoos

Amazing jewelry
No poses, just having a good laugh!
Before shooting

Mario's Campaigns
With Monica Belluci
oh la la! Donatella and Mario holding hands


  1. Guapisimo! me hubiera gustado ver mas fotos tuyas con el chico. Luv your blog !

  2. Bellisimo... sempre ci ha sorpreso con cose meravigliose. Ho sempre si segue. Bacio

  3. Quite nice Lina, you are a great photographer, I say you two look so cute in the pic together aww! xo Julia

  4. Love the post today, but it would've been better with more photos of U & your look of the day. Ps. the photos you took are pretty cool. Leah

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