The Fashion Gone Rogue 'Glamour Girl' Editorial is Inspired by Nancy Cunard

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 2, 2012 • References: & fashiongonerogue
Stoic and stylish, the Fashion Gone Rogue 'Glamour Girl' online editorial is inspired by 1920s fashion. In particular, it takes cues from writer, heiress and political activist Nancy Cunard. Dark and moody, the ensembles reflect the gloomy and foggy backdrop. Shot completely in black and white, the outfits themselves are predominantly black with hints of gray. Nevertheless, a heavy reliance on layers and textures brings each look to life.

The Fashion Gone Rogue Glamour Girl online editorial was lensed by photographer Alexander Dahl. Styled by Josef Forselius, model Isabelle N. is elegantly and glamorously draped in heavy knits, fur coats and chunky accessories. Beauty artist Tony Lundström created the retro-inspired finger waves and glittering eye makeup that pull this shoot together. Stats for Stoic 20s Shoots Trending: Older & Buzzing
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