It’s hard to picture your Pabst Blue Ribbon-drinking, nose piercing-wearing, fixed-gear bike-riding hipster buddies not being surrounded by the noise and confusion of inner city living, which is why Louise Boye Andersen’s Dream and Reality photo series is such a captivating, semi-surreal look at the loose-fitting fashion of hipsters cleverly juxtaposed with the airy comfort of a country side.
Louise Boye Anderson created Dream and Reality for her MA project and says on her site that with these vintage-looking photos, she intended to portray the "contrast between dream and reality, and how that looks in a fashion context."
With that said, Dream and Reality is a great showcase of hip style that has been adopted and transformed by these models’ uncharacteristic surroundings. By draping garments onto these usually straight shapes, Anderson’s photos combine fashions of our reality with images of another.
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Louise Boye Andersen is Making Inner City Hipsters’ Dreams A Rea
- By: Brandon BastaldoApr 5, 2013