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    January (2017) -CORPO FENOMENAL (23th Issue)




    So I'm walking down the streets
    Of one of Brazil's gorgeous cities
    And I keep hearing people yell
    "crackuda! crackuda!"
    Now, I don't speak portuguese
    But I can only assume that "crackuda" means
    "gorgeous, beautiful, young woman"
    Right?

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    Models List and their numbers of Elle Brasil covers:

    Trew Corleone, Carrie Oakley, Kasienka Nowakowska, Trew Corleone, Greta Norgaard, Lise Agnes, Limit Smith, Joyce Bolitho, Origami & Kajma, Bridget Windflakes, Helena Nietzsche, Naico & Naizi Xiaojianren, Bridget Windflakes & Nina Cress, Zola Kenyatta, Helena Nietzsche, Maartje Varland, Dilly Colton, Kika

    *september issue*
    Bruna Silva, Noemi DeCosta, Catie Hogan, Tessa Goldacre, Dhanya Sarin, Kabiite Nasur, Lavignia T, Leilani Goldoni, Leslie Ciocca, Mel Juratowitch, Anastasia K, Sahara Jania, Jamilla Mires, Valentina Santos, Hazel Grace, Leila Goldkuhl, Maysilee Feist, Adeline Faya, Trew Corleone, Sida Devi, Asja Mikhaylov, Isabella Skriver, Kendra Diaz, Desma Wesson, Freya Misty, Qiana Yar'Adua, Nadia Ganidou, Tahiry Rojo, Zulaikha Mariz.
    */september issue*

    Sun Seong and Anastasia K, Ins de Lima, Nina Cress and Trew Corleone, Tyczia Sjeviachuk.


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    Trew Corleone (4)
    Nina Cress (2)
    Bridget Windflakes (2)
    Helena Nietzsche (2)
    Anastasia K (2)



    So I'm walking down the streets
    Of one of Brazil's gorgeous cities
    And I keep hearing people yell
    "crackuda! crackuda!"
    Now, I don't speak portuguese
    But I can only assume that "crackuda" means
    "gorgeous, beautiful, young woman"
    Right?

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