The Tank Magazine Borderline editorial offers up an exceptionally isolated look at model Yumi Lambert. Within each image taken by photographers Hart and Leshkina, Lambert was pictured on her own as she walked about a barren, pastoral backdrop with little to see aside from weathered grass and crumbling concrete.
Given the pastoral scene, Tannawa ensured that Lambert stood out in each snapshot via her eye catching apparel pairings. Pieced together by Tannawa were tiered dresses, masculine pea coats, wide legged one piece suits and skirts featuring angular knots.
Accessories were just as striking as clothing in Borderline. On display were chunky buckled heels, pale slip on sandals and scarves hanging loosely around Lambert's neck, making the entire production appear haphazard.
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