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On the Rocks – Vogue Paris

Via Models.com, here’s a great shoot from Vogue Paris, starring Isabeli Fontana. The shoot, photographed by Mikael Jansson and styled by Anastasia Barbieri, is a really beautiful homage to decadent summers and the supermodels of the 1980s – all strong …

Fri, May 28, 2010, 09:30

   

Via Models.com, here’s a great shoot from Vogue Paris, starring Isabeli Fontana.

The shoot, photographed by Mikael Jansson and styled by Anastasia Barbieri, is a really beautiful homage to decadent summers and the supermodels of the 1980s – all strong styling, jewel colours and those long, lean, toned limbs that smack of runways of the late 1980s and early 1990s.

This is one of those interesting shoots where there aren’t that many items featured, so the emphasis is more on mood and atmosphere, creating an emotion, rather than attempting to sell as many products as they possibly can. There’s a lovely decadence to it, as well, that’s quite a balm to all of the rough talk in the newspapers of late, and of, eh, the last 18 months. There’s nothing wrong with a little aspirational magazine-reading. Nothing at all . . .

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