A great dress and elegant accessories can be enough to appease some magazine readers, but Numero #126 by Sebastian Kim offers its observers a great deal more depth. Transcending the mere exhibition of unusual fashions, this editorial tells a compelling story that draws the viewer into an enthralling realm of fiction, fantasy and history.
Abbey Lee Kershaw has been dressed in diaphanous fabrics, crocheted chemises and furry coats. Her headdresses, veils, jewels, crucifix earrings and other Medieval accessories place her character around perhaps 14th century England, as she reenacts a scene from T. H. White's 'The Sword and the Stone.' In Numero #126 by Sebastian Kim, the fair and delicate beauty holds the blade between her hands, mystified by the object that she looks to have pulled from the grip of the rock beneath her.
Sword and Stone Spreads
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