Imogen Morris Clarke by Billy Kidd for Soma Spring 2011

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Shady LadyImogen Morris Clarke stars in Billy Kidd’s expression laden sunglasses story for the latest issue of Soma. Styled by Priscilla Polley, Imogen dons high fashion specs from the likes of Fendi, Karen Walker and Tom Ford in the dynamic black and white portraits.

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  • Citogene

    fashion as fetish at it’s finest.

    http://cito-gene.blogspot.com/2011/03/maxi.html

  • Mario

    nice accessories story, I think this photographer is good, to bad its a c level magazine. I think this is the big mistake of good new photographers working 4 lower end mags never gets you into the big ones.

    • Gymnast200

      you have to start somewhere

    • Gymnast200

      you have to start somewhere

    • Gymnast200

      you have to start somewhere

    • Gymnast200

      you have to start somewhere

    • Dalton Louis

      I’m curious, if a photographer doesn’t publish with lower end mags, how does he get noticed or get work with the big ones? Can you bypass the minor leagues and go to the big time? As someone starting out, I’d love to know the right path. Thanks.

      • http://www.strictlyfoodie.com Sade Williams

        You’re right; you start small. You have to make a name for yourself, at least online. You never know who’s looking at the images. On the other hand, have pride in your work and know what’s below you. Also take the time to challenge yourself to be better. Strive for the big leagues!

        http://www.sadewilliams.com

      • http://www.strictlyfoodie.com Sade Williams

        You’re right; you start small. You have to make a name for yourself, at least online. You never know who’s looking at the images. On the other hand, have pride in your work and know what’s below you. Also take the time to challenge yourself to be better. Strive for the big leagues!

        http://www.sadewilliams.com

    • http://www.strictlyfoodie.com Sade Williams

      Soma’s a lovely magazine; lots of advertisements, granted, but what magazine doesn’t? There are worse mags you could get published in.

    • http://www.strictlyfoodie.com Sade Williams

      Soma’s a lovely magazine; lots of advertisements, granted, but what magazine doesn’t? There are worse mags you could get published in.

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  • DMM

    The mood evokes. Love.

  • Aesthete

    Trying too hard, pretentious & wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy over retouched. Way.