Stella Maxwell by David K. Shields in Cut & Paste for Fashion Gone Rogue

David K. Shields took to the grassy fields of New Zealand for his latest work with fellow kiwi Stella Maxwell. Taking cut-outs into a natural setting, Shields along with stylist Chris Lorimer creates a story of fantastical elements juxtaposed with unadulterated fashion. Wearing clothing from the likes of Karen Walker, Alexander Wang and See by Chloe, Stella enchants in the unique Cut & Paste. / Set design by Dion Boothby










47 Responses to “Stella Maxwell by David K. Shields in Cut & Paste for Fashion Gone Rogue”

  1. I really love the concept, it’s pretty unique and unexpected. But I feel like it takes away from the clothes; it’s more of an art spread than a fashion spread. And the photo that’s fifth from the bottom has another person’s hand still in it and looks very candid. I doubt that that’s completely intentional, but it doesn’t fit. Overall, the photos are great eye candy, but I wish they highlighted the clothing more.

  2. I really love the concept, it’s pretty unique and unexpected. But I feel like it takes away from the clothes; it’s more of an art spread than a fashion spread. And the photo that’s fifth from the bottom has another person’s hand still in it and looks very candid. I doubt that that’s completely intentional, but it doesn’t fit. Overall, the photos are great eye candy, but I wish they highlighted the clothing more.

  3. Veronicabcn1990 Reply

    nice, it’s a shame that the credits are that big and in that font, but I love the concept

  4. Amazing out-of-this-world concept plus immaculate styling! Love all the clothes and looking back at the photos -full marks to everyone involved

  5. These are very elegant fashion pictures you have here. It seems to me you conducted a very good research for the quality of your content to be this great. Guess what? I like your blog! It’s been a pleasure going through it. I’ll be seeing you on your next one.

  6. neat idea but so distracting away from the clothing… what, who, where…

  7. neat idea but so distracting away from the clothing… what, who, where…

  8. Some of these photos are so gorgeous, but the typography is distracting and quite frankly, an eyesore. Great concept though!

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