The Spanish Harper’s Bazaar November 2012 issue draws inspiration from the famed 1920s surrealist movement.
It seems fitting that a Spanish publication produced this high-voltage editorial that is an ode to great artists like Salvador Dali, Luis Buñuel and Joan Miro. This phenomenal piece is poetic in its vanguard tribute to the movement that retains longstanding appeal as dreamlike editorials continue to dominate each season.
Titled ‘Surrealism Head to Toe,’ this fashion story stars model Eugenia Volodina. She takes on the role of art-movement muse as she showcases a fashion version of famous works such as Man Ray’s 'Noire et Blanche' series that originally depicted the artist’s muse Alice Prin. This Spanish Harper’s Bazaar piece was lensed by photographer Txema Yeste.
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