The Harper's Bazaar 'Couture's Flight of Fancy' cover shoot channels the opulent style of Marie Antoinette. Although it envisions the controversial Queen of France as a modern-day muse, her famous sky-high powdered wigs are left intact in order to meld the past with the present. Even more whimsy is added in the form of ethereal lighting and glamor shot-like poses.
Starring model Linsday Wixon, the Harper's Bazaar 'Couture's Flight of Fancy' cover shoot appears in the April 2014 issue of the American publication. It was shot by famed designer and photographer Karl Lagerfeld, who also shot the cherubic beauty for the Chanel Spring 2014 campaign. Stylist Amanda Harlech showcased pieces from Giambattista Valli, Giorgio Armani and Dior.
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