The Dior Magazine 6 Sam Rollinson photoshoot displays the young model from an approachable tomboy perspective. Photographer Karim Sadli chose to execute the masculine production within an art studio, displaying a visual merger between painting and high fashion.
Stylist Jonathan Kaye brought the tomboy slant of this Dior series to life. While feminine motifs were present, seen in touches of pink and floral prints, the entire series stuck to a primarily male aesthetic.
Billowing jumpsuits paired with large vests, leather jackets and thick belts make for an intriguing collaboration between boyish apparel in a feminine manner. It is evident that while classically rugged motifs are at play, Kaye did so in a way that is still womanly and evidently, playful.
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