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Photographer: Sorena Pirouzi Styling: Despina. Hair: Mahsa Rajaee Makeup: Elif Soufi Model: Melania Arzoomanian Post-Production: Kami Fore Fashion: Nafiseh Yazdan-Panah and Sarah Mahdian Jewelry: Mahsa Dehghan and Hossein Dorosti Special Thanks to Monsieur Mim Real Self And Ideal Self
Photography: Ginjiro Uemura Styling: Rieko Sanui Hair: Shinya Fukami Make-up: Kie Kiyohara Set Design: Nazuna Model: Ada at ZUCCA MODELS I was originally interested in paintings by Klimt, but while doing my research, I happened upon Klimt's protege, an Austrian painter named Egon Schiller. I became fascinated by his work, noted for its intensity and raw sexuality, in particular his brutal style and the twisted posing of his portraits. I found his self portrait to be his most attractive work, and the photo with the physalis in the background an Homage to his self portrait. In this work, I see him full of confidence and narcissism, as opposed to portraits of other models which are empty of expression and emotion. My interpretation of this stark difference is that it is born of an inferiority complex, part of his personality which in turn becomes a powerful energy that drives the artist. An energy that transmits itself through the work, and inspired our work. The Maiden
Fashion story published in Picton Magazine, May 2019, No. 115 ------------ Models: Yaicke Mackaay, Carliza Correia dos Santos Photographer & Concept: Gaston Lamaitre Stylist: Linda Backes Makeup & Hair: Meinke de Boer Retouche: Nam Nguyen Assistent: Jara Lamaitre ------- Designers:Linda's Design, Alta Costura Ronald Rizzo, All Together Fashion by Sandhya Manniesing Tre Stilisti
Photography: Nala Luuna Styling: Marie Revelut Hair and Make-up: Clement Riesen Model: Irya C. at CMODELS PARIS The attribution of identity depends on the things themselves or our vision of the world? The universal idea of the human? Or just my interpretation The multiplicity of a being does not systematically deprive him of a personality. How to reconcile mask and identity? I am becoming another, this mask is necessarily something that covers my identity, another face behind the same face, behind the ordinary face. Is Rimbaud right? the one for whom "I" is another. in this editorial it is a question of multiplicity in the clothes and the colors they come in contradiction of the different faces and the multiple me proposed through the masks which are here a second state a facade to the real. BALANCE IN ALL