October 20, 2009

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Ranya Mordanova by Tom Munro for Vogue Russia

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Ranya Mordanova by Tom Munro for Vogue Russia

October 17, 2009

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Photographed by Hedi Slimane

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Photographed by Hedi Slimane

October 13, 2009

Anna Jagodzinska for Vogue Italia  Oct 2008

Anna Jagodzinska for Vogue Italia  Oct 2008

October 13, 2009

Then the models came out, dressed in short, reptile-patterned, digitally printed dresses, their gangly legs sunk in grotesque shoes that looked like the armored heads of a fantastical breed of antediluvian sea monster. McQueen, according to an internal logic detailed in a press release, was casting an apocalyptic forecast of the future ecological meltdown of the world: Humankind is made up of creatures that evolved from the sea, and we may be heading back to an underwater future as the ice cap dissolves…McQueen was envisaging a biological hybridization of women with sea mammals, there were trousers whose bulbous flanks mimicked the skin of sharks or dolphins. A reminder of his taste in Savile Row tailoring came via a few looks in which formfitting gray men’s fabric was cut away to reveal “portholes” filled with turquoise
— style.com

October 13, 2009

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