Credit: Fashion Gone Rogue

 Daphne Groeneveld by Peter Lindbergh for Numéro #126

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a Numéro editorial, but I like the composition to this.  Peter Lindbergh is one of the last of the great photographers and one who chooses to shoot exclusively in film.  I can’t help but be charmed by his work.  Not to mention, the angelic salvation concept is intriguing; this feels a bit darker than what we’d normally associate angels with.  In some ways, it feels like Pascal Greggory is protecting Daphne rather than the other way around.  And while the beach is normally a bright summery setting, the sand adds a grittiness to this and grounds the more ethereal parts.  This isn’t my favorite piece of work, but there’s something interesting about it nonetheless.

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