Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Vogue Patterns {The Tattoo Ladies}

First of all, I want to THANK YOU my sweet whimsies for your encouraging, beautiful
& heart warming comments on my first outfit post. You made this Whimsical Girl feel
so good on the inside! With your lovely words in mind, I promise to do more outfit posts
real soon.









{source: paranaiv}

I love the glamorous & wild works of fashion photographer, Steven Meisel. I can always
count on his photos to satisfy my visual cravings. This editorial is stimulating, girly,
whimsical
, fun, quirky, & beautiful! Do you agree?

Photographer: Steven Meisel
Models: Not sure
Magazine: Vogue Italia, December 2007
Stylist: Edward Enninful

9 comments:

Jennifer Fabulous said...

These photos are magical, sexy, and so edgy. I love it! I would love to put these up on the walls of my apartment...

Kelley Anne said...

These are amazing. The women almost look like illustrations themselves. I love how retro the shoot is, but all of the women are sporting 'tattoos.' I really want to get one this year, but am still deciding what to get. Maybe I'll take a closer look at some of these details.

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

those patterns are just amazing!

Cara said...

Hello lovely!
I do like those tattooed ladies.

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le pearl said...

Prints prints prints!!!!

megan.tme said...

Amazing spread, the models blend in with the backgrounds. And all of those gorgeous prints are fantastic eye candy!! Love it!! p.s. I'm camped outside your "Closet Full of Goodies" like it was Walmart on Xmas Eve!

transmission me

Jessica Sue said...

While these photos are beautiful and interesting, they should have used models with real tattoos. There are plenty of gorgeous women with REAL tattoos. Using models with fake tattoos says tattoos are cool, but as long as they're not permanent. In reality, so many young people have tattoos, but they're still a taboo to the rest of society.

Dalena Vintage said...

Agreed. It's beautifully creepy. Tim Burton's Alice-esque in ever way.

melina bee said...

Very precious. They remind me of Gustav Klimt paintings too. Anyone else see that?
melina bee

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