'The Man Who Fell to Earth' in I.T Post magazine features model Nils Butler in futuristic androgynous fashions like a long high-waisted skirt and a close-fitting zip-up coat. Photographer Kwannam Chu captured Butler in black-and-white fashions from Ann Demeulemeester and Julius.
The waterfall-laden outdoor setting in 'The Man Who Fell to Earth' in I.T Post really lends to the soft, sensitive vibe of the shoot.
Implications - Fashion photographers and magazine editors have increasingly used androgynous fashion to illustrate a post-apocalyptic theme or express a dystopian society. These oversized, belted and genderless styles comment on our present and our possible future. In this editorial, a natural setting softens what would otherwise be a depressing photo shoot.
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