The Next Way by Tom Monro for Vogue Italia, December ’09
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I can’t decide if I like this or not. Between the overly muted color palette, the mannequin nature of the models, and the camera shake (digitized or real) it seems like there is too much going on at one time. In concept though I like it.
… and that white coat/top on the right model in the bottom picture is to die for.
I agree about the camera shake. I don’t get its purpose…
almost seems like it should create a 3d look?!
I really really like the plastic armor.
The makeup is great – a sexy but very cold, almost untouchable aspect to it. I can’t get enough of that extended pointy almond eye shape right now.
I’m loving the whole Dune setting. (I really like Frank Herbert’s Dune.) Not too fond of the clothes except the last dress with the cape in the last photo. Where the women of Arrakis this fashionable? Hehehe.
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