The W Magazine September 2014 editorial by photographer Paolo Roversi puts much on display aside from fashion. Placed alongside models Maja Salamon and Ysaunny Brito were stacks of paintings, each one layered upon one another in a haphazard manner.
Much like the ornate nature of the paintings were upscale, over the top gowns. Both Salamon and Brito sported floor length gowns, appropriate only for galas and black tie affairs.
While formal motifs encapsulate this W Magazine production, the pieces are nonetheless separate and distinct from one another. Present in these W Magazine images are draping floral patterns, lace embellishments, faux bird wings, metallic fabrics and sheer additions, all of which stood out amid the wooden frames.
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