The most recent editorial by photographer Peter Lindbergh for Vogue Germany June 2012 shows the world what the true faces of the fashion industry look like.
The black and white photography gives the models in 'The Naked Truth' an extra dimension and gives a slightly dramatic view of untouched beauty. These models still look stunning and even show more pure beauty than normally seen from them. The inspiration for Lindbergh's black and white photography comes from early German cinema and the free dance of the 20s.
Lindbergh is a fashion photographer whose work has been discussed heavily since the 80s. Lindbergh has been working for Harper's Bazaar, the renowned fashion house and photographed a lot of celebrities during his career.
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