Iain Crawford’s latest photo shoot features models wearing nothing at all except for splashes of paint. Utilizing high-speed photography, Crawford has been able to photograph these models ‘wearing’ an outfit made of paint.
In true fashion form, Crawford’s photo set re-works the concept of what we wear by taking artistic supplies and turning them into wearable outfits, if only for a split second. Some may feel this comments on the core basics of fashion and how an outfit can be ‘in’ one moment and ‘out’ the next. Other photos from the shoot include models being hit in the face with colored powder and other mediums including makeup and water. While you won’t be able to wear these designs, you can definitely appreciate this fast-fashion (literally) set.
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