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I know I've mentioned more than a few times my infatuation with 90's fashion and photography - one of the original and greatest is Patrick Demarchelier. I hope that his son picks up his game and carries on the legacy.
Nadja Auermann is incredible, so long and lean.
Can't someone please take me to Paris to shoot? *sigh*

(tfs)

8 comments:

Bec said...

I love seeing your inspirations because they're jawdrop stunning. you're right up there zanita though, really.

Joy said...

I can't believe this is only from the 90s - it looks timeless.

Cristina said...

Patrick is one of the few more recent photographers that can hold a candle to some of the great original fashion photographers. So many photographers are all glitz and glam and overly produced. So much so that sometimes I think people have forgotten how to take a decent picture. This post is inspiring and reminds me why I always keep my fav. classic photography books on hand! Thanks for spreading some true art!

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annie said...

oh my god, so stunning and timeless. i feel like i'm almost intruding on some perfect, private moment. seriously, if only one could bottle up all the emotions felt when looking at these...

love your photography and blog btw!

annie
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Wallace Chapman said...

the b&w images are so striking..ace :) w -New Zealand

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Chanelle said...

I feel like if I saw any one of those photos I'd appreciate it, but I wouldn't be impressed to the extent that I double take and drop my jaw a little. But together as a series, it's incredible. And I think that's what separates Demarchelier from many other photographers, that he can stitch together a series of consistently stunning images that are even more amazing in context. Like how the best musicians aren't the ones that just release good singles, but brilliant albums.

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