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More here; – McQueen site

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~ Oooohhh * Hell yeah i’m in love with McQueen
but guess you guys already knew that by now
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…if you’ve been reading my blogg 😉

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McQueen site, wanna check it out?
——> HERE

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  - Source: McQueen.com


Photography by Nhu Xuan Hua




‘I photograph bodies most of the time but I like to see something abstract or organic in something which is shaped and somehow unmodifiable by nature. The body which doesn’t looks like a body is what attracts me the most. Artists like Hans Bellmer, Max Ernst, Bacon, Giacommeti are really inspiring for me.’

Nhu Xuan Hua

About the artist:

  • Nhu Xuan Hua is a Parisian photographer based in London. Her work embodies a visual language that is cross-disciplinary in its approach, reflecting her artistic practices that extend beyond photography into mixed-media and sculpture.

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Her editorial clients include Vogue Italia, Dansk, Time magazine, The Greatest Magazine, D REpublica, Collectible Dry, Morning Weekly China, Instyle UK, Vanity Fair Italy, Exhibition, and Marie Claire France.
Her commercial clients include Kenzo, Dior, Maje, Minelli, Bare Necessities, and Warner Music, among others.

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Source: trendland, theagents.club

 

Photo: Linsey Wixon for Vouge Russia

 

 

…female gaze!

 

Source: dazeddigital.com,

By Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott

 

Source: artpartner

Oh, that x-mas spirit…

 

Ring by Alexander McQueen
Dress and belt by Céline

 

Gloves by Todd Lynn

 

Swimsuit by Norma Kamali

© 2017 Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
– London 2010

 

– Naomi Campbell & Alex Kovas –
in October’s issue of Interview Magazine

 

 

 

Photographer: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
www.interviewmagazine.com

 

Source: numero, darkbeautymag, trendhunter

By Eugenia Loli

 

Source: Eugenia Loli

“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only.
Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening”
– Coco Chanel

 

 

Source: thefemalewarhol
By Guy Bourdin

 

 

Born in Paris 90 years ago, Guy Bourdin was one of a mere handful of fashion photographers of the twentieth-century who radically and inventively shaped the genre.

Bourdin began working for French Vogue in the mid-1950s. From the outset, his approach to fashion photography was ambitious and provocative, combining exquisite photographic style with intriguing narratives.

His ability to create seductive images that introduced psychological tension into the scope of typically anodyne depictions of fashion was at its peak in the 1970s. Bourdin’s influence has continued since his death in 1991, and a revival of his style and iconography has pervaded fashion photography throughout the past twenty years.

 

Source: trendland

 

 

 

 

 

Photographed by Jamie Nelson
Makeup by Michael Anthony

 

 

Source: refiniry29

By Sara Shakeel

 

Source: Sara Shakeel