BALENCIAGA - SPRING SUMMER 2019
Balenciaga Spring Summer 2019 fashion show at Paris Fashion Week (September 30, 2018) PFW SS19 RTW video. Photos: https://kendam.com/photos/album/cikzmqtbpzmv - Models names: https://kendam.com/video/...
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