The moment a urinal entered a gallery, other expressive realms adopted low art into luxury, as does Pizzo, Pelle, PVC by Marco Pietracupa.
The elegant editorial is set within an old European estate, complete with grandiose architectural accents and magnificent manicured gardens. Ilvie Wittek is suits her sumptuous surroundings with grace, but a closer look reveals that her outfit is less traditional than the property in which she stands.
The title of this glamorous photographic collection translates to "Lace, Leather, PVC," suggesting a fabric palette of intricate embroidered detailing and man-made materials. Incredibly the transparent plastics present within the white wardrobe of the graceful subject complement her outfits impeccably. Pizzo, Pelle, PVC by Marco Pietracupa is by many means a series of unconventional compositions, but the D la Repubblica editorial exudes such a classic sophistication.