The Vogue Germany 'Zeitsprung' editorial could easily be mistaken for an actual photoshoot from the '60s. Perhaps the European publication is simply republishing it in their next March 2013 issue as a fun tribute. In actuality, the editorial was contemporarily shot and simply made to look like it was from another generation. It helps that model Edie Campbell has a retro look about.
Lensed by photographer Sebastian Kim, the Vogue Germany 'Zeitsprung' editorial showcases the sweetest ensembles for the upcoming spring season. From dramatically ruffled shirts to pink peacoats and checkered jumpsuits, the fun feminine ensembles feature designs from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Celine, Chanel, and others. They were beautifully captured in vintage color as well as black and white for an added retro effect.
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