Tova Wahlin by Carl Bengtsson in "The Grey Lady" for Fashion Gone Rogue

The Grey Lady – Photographer Carl Bengtsson and stylist Josef Forselius team up for this elegantly haunting shoot starring Tova Wahlin. With inspiration ranging from Helena Bonham Carter to classic cinema, the model impresses in these ethereal portraits. A wardrobe including ladylike silhouettes and unconventional accessories from the likes of BACK, Sonia Rykiel and Weekday paints a story of dark enchantment. For beauty, hair stylist Philip Fohlin streaks the brunette’s tresses while makeup artist Elva Ahlbin gives Tova a gothic palette.

Studded Leather Jacket and Dress in Denim BACK, Platform Heels with Trashed Stockings stylist’s own

Glittery Silver Pants, Dress and Belt with Studs BACK, Jacket and Bag in Silver Weekday, Hat vintage

Pantsuit BACK, Sequined Top Stylein, Coat The Local Firm, Vintage Bag with Belt in Silver H&M, Leather Gloves stylist’s own

Pink Skirt and Blazer with Roses Mayla, Bracelet Bjørg, Belt Sonia Rykiel, Necklace Coccooe

Crop Top Stylein, See-through Bomber Jacket Monki, Fishnet Gloves Blue Fox, Sunglasses Maui Jim, Collar Sonia Rykiel, Skirt samsøe samsøe, Hand Jewelry Charlotte Bonde, Earrings Glitter

Vintage Faux Fur Old Touch, Shorts Maria Nordström, Fishnet Gloves and Stockings Blue Fox, Cow Print Bag BACK

Dress Valerie, Leather Jacket Twin Set, Belt Filippa K, Knit Diesel, Fishnet Gloves Glitter
Photographer: Carl Bengtsson @ Skarp
Stylist: Josef Forselius
Model: Tova Wahlin @ Elite
Hair Stylist: Philip Fohlin @ Linkdetails
Makeup Artist: Elva Ahlbin @ Agent Bauer
Photographer’s Assistant: Jimmy Tang
Thanks to Delight Studios

8 Responses to “Tova Wahlin by Carl Bengtsson in "The Grey Lady" for Fashion Gone Rogue”

  1. Simple but unique fashion editorial! I always seem to like the ones for FGR more than the ones for the magazines. There’s always an emphasis on the clothes and styling.

  2. Inspired by a Vogue Itaiia Editorial quite a few years back – but with its own flavour. Real talent behind this one.

  3. I love the antique portrait feeling. And I’m not even going to complain about the same face in every shot; it goes nicely with the concept.

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