Holland-born model Marlos Horst looks 60s chic in this collection of sun-splashed fashiontography. The blonde beauty works flowing locks and sports denim overalls beneath an oversized fur coat.
Shot by photographer Peter Gehrke, the outdoor setting is a little unusual for the attire, but somehow it works. When Marlos Horst pulls out the white sunglasses and sunflowers in her hair, you can't help but think this editorial is stunning.
Implications - The old adage "art imitates life" holds a great deal of significance with regard to the consumption of various art forms. Consumers appreciate art that is inspired by real-life, familiar situations that are relateable but also stretch the boundaries of the imagination and offer a a perspective on reality different from their own. Photography in particular that is set in nature and is unstaged is popular for this reason.