Fearlessly feminine and powerfully religious, the photo series titled Jeanne by Monica Antonelli, a freelance photographer based in Italy, channels the inspiring spirit of Jeanne d'Arc, the historical figure that is more commonly known as Joan of Arc. As romantic and epic as the scenes in the photoshoot are, this persona has been modernized for today's reader.
Shot entirely outdoors on a religious site, the Jeanne by Monica Antonelli juxtaposes the whimsical beauty of model Deborah Parcesepe with the stern stone statues found around the grounds. Showcasing only black and white ensembles, stylist Monia Pedretti focused on representing "the two sides to this historical coin," as Fashionising puts it. Beauty artist Federica Pisu finished the looks.
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