The 'gorgeous supermodel casually smoking in a big city' is not a new stylistic trope in fashion editorials, but the Natalia Vodianova Love Magazine #6 editorial shows that when done well, there are few better editorial backdrops.
The Natalia Vodianova Love Magazine #6 shoot was shot by accomplished British fashion photographer Alasdair McLellan, whose work has appeared in major fashion publications like Dazed Digital, the New York Times T Magazine, and i-D Magazine, amongst others.
For the Natalia Vodianova Love Magazine #6, McLellan captures the 29-year-old Russian beauty looking natural, mysterious, and strangely seductive as she gazes at the camera in a variety of settings. My favorite image in the collection features Natalia Vodianova in a luxorious hallway, wearing a tunic opened at the sides to reveal sexy underwear. Vodianova is staring away from the camera with an aloof and disaffected look on her face. The shot perfectly encapsulates the spirit of the shoot -- Vodianova blending boredom and beauty to suck in viewers.
The Natalia Vodianova Love Magazine 6 Shoot is Big City Hot
1. Smoking-inspired Fashion Editorials - Fashion editorials featuring smoking models as backdrops are becoming more popular in the fashion industry.
2. Natural and Mysterious Modeling - Models are now posing in more natural and mysterious ways in fashion editorials to showcase seduction and beauty.
3. Luxurious Hallway as Fashion Editorial Backdrop - Fashion editorials shot in luxurious hallways are becoming more popular and add a touch of high-class beauty to modeling shots.
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