The idea of ladylike glamor often changes from year to year and generation to generation, which the Lydia Hearst Harper's Bazaar Spain cover shoot shows. Although it really only concentrates on two eras, the roaring '20s and the more modern '80s, the editorial hones in on changing beauty ideals in a subtle way. From flapper dresses and headbands to shoulder pads and voluminous curls, the two themes may be very different, but they complement each other nicely.
The Lydia Hearst Harper's Bazaar Spain cover shoot was shot by Paris-based Canadian photographer Benjamin Kanarek. Soft and cinematic, the editorial showcases the American beauty in pieces from such labels as Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren and Lanvin. Styled by Vanessa Naudin, the photoshoot is rife with sequins, Art Deco silhouettes, feathery textures and more.