At first, the Siri Tollerod Exhibition editorial appears to be an eerie, avant-garde photo shoot that has no real theme aside from the occasional prop motif and neutral fashion palette. It is, however, much more than that. It offers an artistic take on the production of leather. Appropriately, the Siri Tollerod Exhibition editorial is part of the magazine's Leather issue.
Lensed by photography duo Suzie Q and Leo Siboni, the Siri Tollerod Exhibition editorial alternates between abstract still life images and strange shots of the Norwegian model. Although the shoot is supposed to take place in a leather workshop, the process is captured very ambiguously. On the other hand, the deconstructed silhouettes styled by Lotta Volkova grip the reader's attention enough to avoid any unnecessary confusion.
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