2011, Portrait Dec 5, 2011 Portrait | Cailin Hill by Oscar Correcher In the Village – Cailin Hill (Ford) spends a day exploring in the East Village for Oscar Correcher’s most recent portraits shot in black and white. Cailin evokes eighties style in a pork pie hat and leather jacket. 2011cailin hillOscar CorrecherPortrait Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Related Posts: Portrait | Josephine Skriver by Henrik Adamsen Portrait | Nina Aurora by Gilbert François Portrait | Lucie von Alten by Mathieu Vladimir Alliard Portrait | Laura G by Robert Sigler Portrait | Mackenzie Drazan by Rodrigo Bueno Portrait | Jessica Bertoncelo by Conan Thai Previous articleCato Van Ee by Alexander Neumann for Vogue Mexico Next articleSophie Vlaming by Klaas Jan Kliphuis for Avantgarde You may also like February 11, 2012 Patrycja Gardygajlo by Nagi Sakai for Glamour Germany January 4, 2012 Charlotte Burgon by Rodrigo Carmuega for Fashion Gone Rogue http://style.com FYI She should just stick with tweeting http://fashionography.net FASHIONOGRAPHY I think I’d like the entire session better if that third to last image was taken out. It doesn’t flow with the mood of the other photos for obvious reasons – to me anyway, haha. Navanod Llewop Super cool. Feels like old NYC photographs from the eighties(Warhol, Mapplethorpe, CBGB)…Good job Oscar. Love your work btw. http://fashionography.net FASHIONOGRAPHY … minus that building in the third to last image in which there’s a building that looks like a laser has cut into it. Navanod Llewop Have you ever been to NYC? That building is the Cooper Union Academic School. It’s incorporating the new with the old which is pretty interesting. This is coming from a new yorker born and raise. It’s all part of that side of town. I love how he was able to capture it. http://fashionography.net FASHIONOGRAPHY No, I haven’t; thanks for enlightening me. Perhaps that makes it more of a likable shot. I guess, as an outsider, I didn’t really see how it fit in with the other work this presented. … she does not get as much work as she deserves, she’s such a striking girl anon What label is the jacket?