The 'Neo-Expressiv' editorial in Vogue Germany 2014 pays homage to the conceptual art movement that emerged in the 1970s. Photographer Sebastian Kim captures model Drake Burnette in a series of colorful, abstract formations. Indeed, Brunette is a chameleon throughout the shoot, rocking oversize lips in one shot, elaborate face beading in another, with a few fresh-faced shots in between.
Brunette even does her best Raggedy Anne impression with a red yarn wig. The editorial was styled by Katie Mossman, with the help of make-up stylings by Maud Laeceppe, hair styling by Teddy Charles and nail art by Casey Herman. Each scene implements neo-expressionism signatures, such as the use of the human body, vivid color and complex color combinations. The Vogue Germany January 2014 editorial will be enjoyed by art fans and non-art fans alike.
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