Josephine van Delden gets 'Into the Swirl' for Dior Magazine's Spring 2015 issue.
The statuesque brunette model was dressed by fashion editor Elin Svahn in an assortment of sculptural garments that mimic and reflect the curvaceous quality of the space she's in. The fluid, spiraling white staircase in particular is enormous, emphasizing just how slight van Delden is against it. The editorial's beauty team consisted of hair stylist Tomo Jisai and make-up artist Matthisas van Hooff, who collaborated on van Delden's severe look. The slick, pulled back hair, translucent skin and frosty lipstick really pull the whole aesthetic together.
The Into the Swirl editorial was lensed by fashion photographer Emma Summerton for Dior Magazine's Spring 2015 issue.
Josephine van Delden Stars in Dior Magazine's Spring Issue
1. Sculptural Fashion - Opportunities for designers to create garments that mimic and reflect the curvaceous quality of surrounding spaces.
2. Severe Beauty - Opportunities for collaboration between make-up artists and hair stylists to create striking, severe looks that complement editorial themes.
3. Statuesque Modeling - Opportunities for taller models to showcase sculptural garments that emphasize how slight they are in comparison.
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