We have a big Body | Beauty | Culture boost from Vogue Italia’s Talents section, with Italian photographer Marco D’Amico delivering a layered, female-centric set of fashion images of model Anna Juzova, styled by Italo Pantano. The attitude of the images expresses womanly themes around the relationship of fashion and body, with a dose of morality thrown in for good measure. Simply brilliant!
In an interview also posted stylist Italo Pantano explains:
“The inspiration for the editorial came from the photographic studies that Weegee did in the 1950s on the female nude, as well as from the dancer Loïe Fuller and erotic postcards from the 1920s. From there came the idea of styling the clothes in a flesh colour, which both uncovers and clothes the body. We played around with the form and the weight of the fabrics and experimented with three-dimensionality and the levels of the image.”
Photographer Marco D’Amico continues: