This Vogue UK February 2014 editorial takes its visual inspiration from famous surreal paintings of the past.
Photographer Mel Bles snaps up this shoot set in what looks like a painters studio. Concrete walls are artistically painted is different sections and large prints of past works are hung in what looks like a random order. Model Querelle Jansen looks art school cool with very blunt bands, super statement eyebrows and bright red lips. Her lids have cat-eye liner that ends in such a sharp point it could kill someone.
The fashion in this vogue UK February 2014 pictorial is clearly inspired by famous surreal painter Piet Mondrian. If you aren't a art buff, you probably know his work as 'that famous painting with the square in primary colors.' The canvas translates to garments in bright blues, reds and yellows, bold checks and subtle stripes.
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