6.2.12

Variations on the jazz age

The variations on the 1920s theme keep rolling out, each editorial picking up the tune and either stripping it back to the barest melody, or embellishing it with trills and turns. In most cases there’s a feeling of opulence that defines our vision of the era: shiny metallics, fluffy feathers, delicate fabrics that hang from the body – never cling tightly to it.

This particular take was both styled and photographed by Damian Foxe. Starring Sam Rollinson, it includes the usual suspects of the ’20s revival world: the art deco dresses of Gucci and Cavalli, the doll-like makeup, the black bob here worn with short bangs.









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