For the September 2014 issue of the New York Times' T Magazine, top models Stella Tennant and Edie Campbell dressed up in avant-garde lace garments and intricately made feather frocks for the cooler months. The editorial was photographed by the talented Karim Sadli.
The shoot featured high-fashion couture pieces that are not your traditional daily wear items. From garments like beige and black lace gowns that connect to a matching mask for your face and Victorian-inspired embroidered petticoats, these gothic ensembles channel a macabre look for everyday wear. The editorial was photographed in an abandoned barnyard added a cold and industrial feel to the over-embellished feather frocks, high-high black boots and lace skin tight dresses.
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