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Who Wore It Better: Adriana Lima or Beowulf?

Photo: <a href="http://www.vogue.fr/mode/news-mode/articles/le-numero-de-novembre-2014-de-vogue-paris-special-beaute-adriana-lima-mert-marcus/24236">Vogue Paris</a>/<a href="http://modcult.org/tags/chainmail">Modcult</a>
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Brazilian Victoria's Secret supermodels and medieval dragon-slayers have never had so much in common. Adriana Lima's headgear on the cover of Vogue Paris may throw you back to those few months in high school you toted Beowulf around. For the November 2014 cover, the Angel channels the Scandinavian hero in Dolce & Gabbana crystal chain mail. 5th Century armor with a 21st Century twist? Some things never change.