Dress by Eloise Ise, Collar by Tadeoni Jackie and Ring by On Aura Tout Vu.
Left: Tights by Ainur Turisbek, Shirt by Tiger of Sweden, Corset by Christian Dada, Coat by Eloise Ise, Collar by Tania Zekkout, Socks and Shoes by 53045. Right: Trousers by Christian Dada, Shirt by Ainur Turisbek, Coat by Dice Kayek, Shoes by 53045 and Earrings by On Aura Tout Vu.
Tights by Falke, Short by Jackie Tadeoni and Hoodie by Collectif Aucun.
Dress by Lucien Wang and Hat and Gloves stylist's own, Collar by Tania Zekkout and Brooch by On Aura Tout Vu.
Dress by Julyen Carcy and Earring by On Aura Tout Vu.
Left: Tights by Falke, Skirt by PLYS, Dress by Lutz Huelle, Hat by Kiriko Sato and Ring by On Aura Tout Vu.
For The Lady in waiting, photographer Clara Delaporte and stylist Marion Hassan draw inspiration from the work of Diego Velazquez and other Spanish masters of the early 17th century. The sensuous richness of the baroque style finds in this story a modern interpretation, with the emotional content carefully balanced to visually and conceptually match current frames of vision and political contexts.
The border between being seen as a man or as a woman is very thin, and it is along this frontier that the story places its core exploration – in the play of light and shadow, and in placing of the subject in a zone of gender ambiguity. Assumptions and preconceptions surrounding androgyny and the gender spectrum are not fully tackled – instead, the viewer is invited to challenge their own knowledge or existing bias.