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Grungy Girl Photography

The Mirte Maas Hugh Lippe Dazed and Confused Sept '11 Shoot is Dark

— August 6, 2011 — Fashion
The Mirte Maas-Hugh Lippe Dazed & Confused September 2011 editorial is an exercise in conceptually dark photography.

The Mirte Maas-Hugh Lippe Dazed & Confused September 2011 editorial teams two of the fashion industry's hottest properties: Dutch model Mirte Maas, who has walked in Fashion Week's this year for top designers like Hugo Boss, Chanel, Valentino, and Armani Prive, and the Texas-bred, New York-based photographer Hugh Lippe, who has done work for top fashion industry brands Alexander Wang, Bergdorf Goodman, and Dazed & Confused Magazine.

In the Mirte Maas-Hugh Lippe Dazed & Confused September 2011 editorial, we see Maas in a series of grungy, androgynous outfits from Chanel, each article of clothing looking well-suited for an episode of HBO's True Blood. My favorite photograph from the collection features a hooded Mirte Maas with her eyes rolling back into her skull, and her head angled backwards. The shot perfectly encapsulates the freaky, unusual, and alluring spirit that Hugh Lippe and Mirte Maas were aiming for with this dark shoot.

The Mirte Maas-Hugh Lippe Dazed & Confused September 2011 issue is on newsstands now.