Photography by Tina Patni for Amato Haute Couture
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I’m dying. DYING. The peachy Baroque-ness is wonderful.
Those shots are achingly beautiful. I especially love the ‘unwrapping-mummy’ look of the boots/shoes/footwear.
This is definitely my kind of bridal wear. The first headpieces are stunning.
The wrapped wedges/boots are gorgeous. This shoot is amazing!
These dresses look very much like the Givenchy Fall 2010 couture & McQueen’s Widows of Culloden collection. And the religious headgear is straight from Gaultier’s Spring 2007 couture.
Why does no one notice this?
I have seen religious headgear used in many fashion shows just not Gaultier Spring 2007 couture. The headpieces are different and not “straight from” that runway show. I think these dresses are beautiful.
Absolutely beautiful work!
My only critisism – eyebrows should have been shaved off. The blocking has been done reasonably well but a “no eyebrow” look would have added to the ethereal nature of each scene, especially the first 2 close-ups. A small issue but otherwise stunning!
Wow, white and neutrals done in a way I can actually appreciate. So gorgeous. Drool.
Um. Who did it?
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