When a birdcage veil is in play, instant glamor ensues and the Vogue Paris June 2012 editorial is no exception. It helps that the photography style itself appears to be inspired by the '50s film noir genre. Shot completely in black and white, there is a blurriness to each photo that adds more intrigue and drama to the already mysterious images.
The Vogue Paris June 2012 editorial was shot by seasoned photographer David Sims. It stars model Nadja Bender, who makes her debut on the pages of Vogue Paris with this striking photoshoot. The Danish beauty was styled by Joe McKenna, who introduced his signature use of panaches, visors and veils to great effect. The editorial showcases a predominantly black wardrobe filled with designs from such labels as Balmain and Stella McCartney.