Mongolian Memoirs

January 17, 2012 § 2 Comments

In the spirit of showcasing editorials from Vogue’s vast travels, I have another beautiful shoot to share – be prepared, these may become a regular fixture on the blog for a while, as I am sure to be reminded of many more amazing stories as I read back through the issues.

The mesmerising photos are thanks to the photographic genius of Tim Walker, undoubtedly my favourite fashion photographer – his work is pure poetry. The images star model Kirsi Pyrhonen, a quirky beauty from Finland, alongside native Mongolian characters. The inclusion of these locals is an element of the shoot that I particularly love, adding an authenticity and depth to the story.

Fashion director Kate Phelan never fails to leave me in awe of her breathtaking styling and overall creative vision – combine this with Tim Walker’s magical storytelling and you have an unbeatable pairing.

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§ 2 Responses to Mongolian Memoirs

  • Joanna Lea says:

    Love! Keep more coming!!!! The rosy cheek’s are fitting for this shoot and such stylist brilliance…who was the stylist???

    joanna
    khamillion.com

    • zoe-lower says:

      thank you for reading 🙂 completely agree, love the cheeks! Stylist was Kate Phelan, she’s left Vogue now to work at Topshop, unless i’m mistaken. But she worked on most of the incredible editorials i post on here. More to follow im sure!

      Zoex

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