The Harper Smith Libertine fashion editorial is a stunning explosion of freedom and expression. Shot in the countryside, the freckled model Amanda from Photogenics is accompanied by horses and baby goats, making the shoot wild and liberating.
Wearing incredible pieces that merge femininity with masculinity, Amanda exudes a careless attitude that evoke the style of punk icons like Adam Ants. The talented Smith explains, "It’s a little about liberation. A lot about freedom from sexual identity. And mostly about the carefree life of a tomboy." In addition to the location and the spirit of the photos, the lighting adds a vintage look that makes this series sensual and alluring.
The Harper Smith Libertine Fashion Editorial perfectly blends a pseudo-punk era with dazzling aesthetics and animalistic beauty, showing once again Harper’s brilliance.
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