Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova and Sean P-Diddy Combs have a ‘Brief Encounter’ in Vogue. The railway and old Hollywood-inspired spread was photographed by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz for the US magazine’s February 2010 issue.
Styled by Vogue fashion editor Grace Coddington, ‘Brief Encounter’ in Vogue showcases a few photos that were definitely taken at New York’s iconic Grand Central Station, with Diddy wearing mostly dapper three-piece suits and Vodianova in 40s-inspired pieces.
Implications - With so many negative happenings emerging in modern society, products that feature a softer aesthetic are appealing to those who want to be reminded of simpler times. Media companies could come out with more romantic images in order to appeal to a wider audience.
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- By: Marissa LiuJan 20, 2010 Updated: Aug 4 2011