Cause you know, American Vogue is way too prude for that ish.
Water & Oil, photographed by Steven Meisel
model: Kristen McMenamy
images via, TheFashionSpot
Aug 6th, 2010
You can’t make everything look romantic, especially when you know a lot of oil is used in fashionworks…
It is a fine line. Is it ugly or is it beautiful? It depends how you look at it.
Aug 8th, 2010
Artists used to take the ugly, mundane and ordinary and render it as idealized, noble, and beautiful, constructed and redered to enhance the meaning of hope, faith and beauty–and the perfectibility of nature and ulimately, mankind. A positive world view.
These formally composed fashion advertisements of death are focusing on the shock value and horror as a strong contrast to the beauty and clothes of the models….as if they are innocent waifs that merely want to wear fur and fly planes to far away places and die. Why are they here? What is the point? Do they not use fossil fuels to make their clothjing and jewelry and the fuel to travel to exotic places to eat well and shoot these one-liners?
Aug 12th, 2010
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