The Adore Me editorial takes place in the roaring 20s, or should I say the 'racy' 20s. By the looks of this photoshoot, it appears as though it has been shot in a brothel or another sexy, yet seedy setting. Although vintage flapper fashion has influenced contemporary designs for some time now, it's usually the innocently elegant side that an audience sees; which is not at all to say the Adore Me spread is lacking in glamor.
Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for Tush Magazine's summer issue #25, the Adore Me editorial stars the vivacious Rose Cordero. From finger waves and thin brows to feathery frocks and diamonds, she definitely looks the part of a sensual flapper, channeling her inner Josephine Baker.
I especially like how authentic the Adore Me editorial seems.
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