Take an intellectual tour of fashion with the 'Please Touch the Glass' photo shoot. Shot on location in a museum, it showcases stunning styles while turning them into artefacts themselves. There is a subtly surreal quality to the shoot. By viewing the model through this photo series as she gazes upon the exhibits that this particular museum has to offer, viewers will find that she becomes an exhibit herself.
The Please Touch the Glass photo shoot was shot by Hamburg-based photographer Svenja Pitz and stars model Pia Germann. The German beauty was styled by RAWfitting, who went with elegant and timeless dresses that reflect the mortality and immortality of the museum itself. The looks were finished with full makeup and natural hair by beauty artist Anika Ress.
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