Marilyn’s New Faces by Louis Christopher | The Block Spring 2010

The Block shows us Marilyn Agency‘s most promising fresh faces with a dark and macabre spread published in their spring issue. Photographed by Louis Christopher, Kristina Krivomazova, Hannah Johnson, Josefin Hedstrom, Tetyana McInychuk, Yulia Leontieva, Melodie Dagault, Rel Dade, Chantal Stafford Abbott and Thana Kuhnen wear a mix of vintage garments and powerful accessories from the likes of Givenchy, Park Choon Moo and Longchamp styled by James Worthington DeMolet.










17 Responses to “Marilyn’s New Faces by Louis Christopher | The Block Spring 2010”

  1. lllllhhhhh Reply

    New faces? I can hardly see any faces!
    Beautiful none-the-less though

  2. lllllhhhhh Reply

    New faces? I can hardly see any faces!
    Beautiful none-the-less though

  3. lllllhhhhh Reply

    New faces? I can hardly see any faces!
    Beautiful none-the-less though

  4. lllllhhhhh Reply

    New faces? I can hardly see any faces!
    Beautiful none-the-less though

  5. courtenay Reply

    I'd have to agree on not being able to see their faces…kinda weird, was that purposeful? That the beautiful ones are invisible, so stellar you can't even see what they look like? Seems an unusual approach to making them household names, which I think would be the purpose of focusing on "new faces"…Photography is gorgeous, just think maybe this wasn't the right approach to showcase this talent…

  6. courtenay Reply

    I'd have to agree on not being able to see their faces…kinda weird, was that purposeful? That the beautiful ones are invisible, so stellar you can't even see what they look like? Seems an unusual approach to making them household names, which I think would be the purpose of focusing on "new faces"…Photography is gorgeous, just think maybe this wasn't the right approach to showcase this talent…

  7. courtenay Reply

    I'd have to agree on not being able to see their faces…kinda weird, was that purposeful? That the beautiful ones are invisible, so stellar you can't even see what they look like? Seems an unusual approach to making them household names, which I think would be the purpose of focusing on "new faces"…Photography is gorgeous, just think maybe this wasn't the right approach to showcase this talent…

  8. courtenay Reply

    I'd have to agree on not being able to see their faces…kinda weird, was that purposeful? That the beautiful ones are invisible, so stellar you can't even see what they look like? Seems an unusual approach to making them household names, which I think would be the purpose of focusing on "new faces"…Photography is gorgeous, just think maybe this wasn't the right approach to showcase this talent…

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