The New York Times T Style Wild Romance editorial offers up remarkably texturized looks at models Sarah Burton, Edie Campbell and Stella Tennant. Photographer Karim Sadli made the layers of apparel come alive via a dark brown and black backdrop, a choice that offset the over the top ensembles.
Stylist Joe McKenna went to great lengths to make each image stand out, no small feat given the eye catching display of apparel. From the mind of McKenna came his assemblage of lace face coverings, gigantic fur coats tied at the waist, puffy winter boots resembling hooves, knee-high gladiator shoes and patterned two piece suits.
There is something distinctive about each of these items. The thick swaths of fabric will surely strike viewers, a trademark of T Style Magazine productions.
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