Nia by Nicholas Lawn in Sweet & Lowdown | TEST

A summer outing to the beach filled with sun and sand, makes for the perfect setup in Nicholas Lawn’s Sweet & Lowdown for TEST. Capturing Nia of Select London, the story pays homage to the early twentieth century with retro styling by Lyson Marchessault and vintage photo effects.











56 Responses to “Nia by Nicholas Lawn in Sweet & Lowdown | TEST”

  1. who Cares?! Reply

    i adore this!! in some pictures the girl looks like Tavi! :s

  2. who Cares?! Reply

    i adore this!! in some pictures the girl looks like Tavi! :s

  3. who Cares?! Reply

    i adore this!! in some pictures the girl looks like Tavi! :s

  4. The girl is just not engaging. She doesn't look like she's having fun. She doesn't look contemplative.

    Boring.

  5. The girl is just not engaging. She doesn't look like she's having fun. She doesn't look contemplative.

    Boring.

  6. The girl is just not engaging. She doesn't look like she's having fun. She doesn't look contemplative.

    Boring.

  7. awwwwwwww this is Brighton, my hometown!!!
    nice shots, like the one in the sea at the end.

  8. awwwwwwww this is Brighton, my hometown!!!
    nice shots, like the one in the sea at the end.

  9. awwwwwwww this is Brighton, my hometown!!!
    nice shots, like the one in the sea at the end.

  10. A very strong editorial that captures a mood, the essence of a place and a lifestyle. Thank you, Nicholas, for not blinding us viewers with heavy Photoshopping of the face and skin. Imagine that! A story where we see the model's skin and where she looks like a human being instead of a mannequin or a blow-up doll. Well done. Great story. Great photographer.

  11. A very strong editorial that captures a mood, the essence of a place and a lifestyle. Thank you, Nicholas, for not blinding us viewers with heavy Photoshopping of the face and skin. Imagine that! A story where we see the model's skin and where she looks like a human being instead of a mannequin or a blow-up doll. Well done. Great story. Great photographer.

  12. A very strong editorial that captures a mood, the essence of a place and a lifestyle. Thank you, Nicholas, for not blinding us viewers with heavy Photoshopping of the face and skin. Imagine that! A story where we see the model's skin and where she looks like a human being instead of a mannequin or a blow-up doll. Well done. Great story. Great photographer.

  13. so cute & inspiring! This editorial is very much inspired by Hattie, a character in Woody Allen's "Sweet & Lowdown".

  14. so cute & inspiring! This editorial is very much inspired by Hattie, a character in Woody Allen's "Sweet & Lowdown".

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