Competition "Visiting The Fairy Tale" Is Over

Competition "Visiting The Fairy Tale" Is Over
Competition "Visiting The Fairy Tale" Is Over
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Ten girls from different parts of Russia and neighboring countries had a unique opportunity to be at the Louis Vuitton show in Paris together with Natalia Vodianova and to take part in a flash mob organized by the supermodel. On March 6 this year, they will appear in front of the world's leading fashion photographers and journalists in footwear from the charitable collection created by Natalia for the CENTRO brand in support of the Naked Heart Foundation for Children. It was these elegant boats that made the girls' dreams of being in Paris come true. In September last year, Natalia Vodianova announced a competition of images using shoes from her collection "Fairy Tale". As a result, 398 bows and 624 photos were posted on the Facebook page of the competition. Natalia Vodianova herself chose the winners and regularly commented on the photos published by the participants on Facebook.And the editors of such publications as Vogue, Marie Claire, Glamor and 7 Days helped her to choose the top ten winners: each of the magazines chose its own winner. As a result, those who will go to the Louis Vuitton show in Paris include: Victoria Gruzintseva, Daria Chelpachenko, Alina Rekko, Svetlana Kuchaeva, Nastya Stolyarchuk, Olya Grinner, Anna Pidnik, Tatiana Akhtyrskaya, Lera Daova and Anastasia Myzina. Their travel and accommodation in France is covered by CENTRO. The joint collection of Natalia Vodianova and CENTRO is the result of a unique charity project. All profits from its sales go to the programs of the Naked Heart Foundation, founded by Natalia. Since March of this year, the project has gone international: the leading online designer clothing store NET-A-PORTER.COM has decided to support the Fund by starting sales of Natalia's spring-summer collection.

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