Elisa Lasowski Mimics Melancholy for Paolo Zerbini and NAAG Magazine

By: Armida Ascano - Published: Oct 7, 2010   Updated: Jul 27 2011 • References: naag & touchpuppet
This spread from the current issue of NAAG Magazine features the stunning Elisa Lasowski lounging listlessly around the city alone. The entire spread portrays an organic feeling that is not often encountered in the generally glamorized world of fashion photography.

NAAG Magazine is an inventive publication created by Agyness Deyn and Fiona Byrne. The slightly unkempt, more humanistic feel of the spread suits the two creators perfectly as they represent true individualism.

Implications - My favorite image from this collection has got to be the one featuring the model sitting at a dining table along with a tea kettle. The nonchalant expression on the model's face really contrasts with the simplistic and almost happy designs of the dishware. Stats for Forlorn Femmetography Trending: Older & Warm
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