Ginta Lapina is a Space Traveler for Numéro #137 by Sebastian KIm

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Into the Wild – Wearing a wardrobe of sleek, futuristic ensembles, Ginta Lapina touches down on Planet X for Sebastian Kim’s extraterrestrial themed story featured in Numéro #137. Outfitted by Charles Varenne, Ginta gets clad in furry and leather looks from labels such as Blumarine, Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent and Chanel. A slicked back coif by hair stylist Maude Laccepe and an outlined eye courtesy of makeup artist Rutger perfect the otherworldly looks.

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  • Marie

    This is so different from other shoots I’ve seen. Stunning images. 

  • http://www.theironyou.com/ Margherita

    This is very futuristic and innovative!
    http://www.theironyou.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/gianna.carangi.7 Gianna Carangi

    great location!

  • Elias

    anyone have an idea how the blur/bokeh effect has been achieved?

    • Rihanna

      They put the shape of the desired bokeh on the lens, like example if you want the bokehs to be heart shapes then put a heart shape on your lens. 

      • Tony Trichanh

        The images had been made with a “mirror lense”. Check on Google Images and you will find the same bokeh

        • http://www.facebook.com/dmitriy.frantsev Dmitriy Frantsev

          it is a PS )))

  • Denis dolfer

    Yes Mirror lens is the correct answer! Rihanna I have never heard of a interchangeable apertures, but yes if that was possible yes i guess it would work!