The Intermission Magazine Summer 2012 issue depicts medieval decadence with a modern twist.
The editorial was photographed by Greg Harris and modeled by Paul Boche. It portrays bothered characters that seem to have stepped out of the Broadway musical Les Misérables. The realistic hair and make-up designs and barely-there fashion styling contribute to the surreal-real effect that helps communicate the hunger of an artist and the hangover of a noble after a grand party at court. Hairstylist Anthony Turner and stylist Tony Irvine did a great job for the Intermission Magazine Summer 2012 issue, with assistance from Yadim Carranza for make-up.
The Intermission Magazine Summer 2012 edition is published in Swedish and Danish. It covers fashion, music, art, culture, beauty and nightlife themes.
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