The classic appeal of the 1920s flapper girl is one that numerous fashion labels and brands have tried to emulate, and this Summer 2012 Fiercive Magazine editorial does just this. Titled ‘Nagel Forever,’ model Eline van Houten has assumed the set quite well as she donned suspenders and a bouffant hairdo.
Nagel Forever was taken by photographer Naomi Meno. Meno alongside stylist Ko-Ta Shouji made Houten into the picture perfect flapper with a fresh modern appeal. Although known historically for being progressive, this immortalized group of women are still considered to be relatively modest when placed in a contemporary context. Houten has opted for a more daring approach to the retro look as she posed topless or within revealing bathing suits, perfect for Fiercive Magazine’s international audience.
Modernized 1920s Editorials
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