Freja Beha Erichsen by Hedi Slimane for Vogue Paris November 2010
First off, I love the high drama of this editorial. Vogue Paris rarely (if ever) disappoints. I don’t even mind the bowl-cut hair either. I think it suits the stark lines throughout this editorial. Freja languidly splays her limbs, yet she uses her arms as a way to frame the shot. It’s lovely. I like the softness she presents and how she does this without losing any of her edge. She retains her androgyny appeal and distinct edginess. That line is something Freja is quite good at and Carine clearly recognizes it.
Of course, j’adore Hedi Slimane. He was the very first photographer whose work I admired and follow when I got interested in the fashion world. He always produces these beautiful black and white photos. Moreover, I am a big fan of time-focused concepts. Carine keeps…
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