In 'The Innocent' by Diego Diaz, Models Vamp When No One's Looking

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Apr 3, 2010   Updated: Aug 16 2011 • References: &
Fashion photography that uses mannequins or models made to look like mannequins intrigues me, so 'The Innocent' by Diego Diaz caught my eye immediately. In it, mannequin-esque models vamp in a crowded storeroom or warehouse, even though no one's there to appreciate their fierce poses.

'The Innocent' by Diego Diaz is the sort of incisive photo shoot that makes me think about the objectification of women in the fashion industry. Enjoy its beauty above.

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