Philosophy Magazine No.3 Features Models Taped Down to the Floor

By: Megan Facciuolo - Published: • References: philosophy-magazine & fashioncopious.typepad
Philosophy Magazine is a new experimental online magazine based in Budapest. Though it is new, it has proven through editorials like this one called 'Trapped Muse' that it has strong fashion ties. The editors developed the magazine to provide a platform for talented young photographers and models, but you wouldn't even be able to differentiate this editorial from more well-known fashion publications.

Photographer Bojana Tatarska took a unique approach to the theme of 'Trapped Muse.' All of the models are taped down and constricted (or "trapped") to the floor. All sorts of tapes including packing tape, duct tape and transparent tape are asymmetrically placed to hold down parts of their garments, shoulders and arms. The models may be constricted to the floor, but they still look free and sprawled out -- their hair is untamed and flowing along the concrete floor too. Stats for Floor-Bound Fashion Editorials Trending: This Quarter & Popular
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