This Vogue US March 2014 fashion shoot uses brilliant architecture to offset beautiful clothes.
Fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh snaps up this awe-inspiring shoot. Different aspects of a large building are used to add visual interest and a sense of largeness to the images. For instance, a red spiral staircase with bars on the banister is used in several shots to add geometric flow and demonstrate spacing.
Model Fei Fei Sun looks immaculate in ultra feminine fashions. Most of the clothing colors in this Vogue US March 2014 editorial are black, white or red. All of Sun’s outfits include either a dress or skirt. The tailoring and silhouette are very reminiscent of old 50s femininity, which is probably why this shoot is called ‘The Feminine Mystique.’
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