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Couture’s Outre Attitude

IMG_3692 IMG_3698 IMG_3704Cara, Lucy, Sylvester, Charlie, Adwoa, Jermaine, Izzy, Suren, Claudia, Cosmo, Ashley, Otis and Jessie by Tim Walker for W April 2013

IMG_3693 IMG_3694 IMG_3695 IMG_3697 IMG_3699 IMG_3700 IMG_3701 IMG_3703source: visual optimism

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10 Comments

  1. Serenity says

    Uh, I don’t know what to say here…that black lacey thing is quite interesting…that red dress, hmmm. Would be quite striking if there was holes for the arms and it was sleeveless. I would totally rock that. Right now it just looks totally claustrophobic.
    See, I don’t get this. It is so obscure and bizarre. I just cannot wrap my mind around this. I really don’t understand it. I could see how these could be prototypes made into perfectly wearable and fashionable high-end outfits. But a lot of modifications would have to be made and a lot of time would have to be put into them. But at this point, who would wear that stuff and why on earth is that guy wearing that dress?? LOL 🙂

  2. L’ha ribloggato su L'Art Couturee ha commentato:
    da quando ho visto e comprato l’advertising per la mostra Ballgown realizzata da Tim Walker e Coco Rocha,appena è uscito “Tim Walker Story Teller” è stato mio. Il libro ha ampiamente superato le mie aspettative! Tim è sicuramente il mio fotografo di moda preferito nowadays.

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