Arizona Muse by David Sims for Vogue US November 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published October 27, 2011

Call in the CavalryArizona Muse gets caught up in a tumultuous 20th century romance with actor Jeremy Irvine for the November issue of Vogue US. Photographed by David Sims and styled by Grace Coddington, the pairing takes to a dramatic countryside setting in the designs of Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu and others.

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16 thoughts on “Arizona Muse by David Sims for Vogue US November 2011”

  1. The photos are gorgeous – composition, lighting, texture, etc. – but they seem completely vacant – it is staged to the point of using the people as statues.    

  2. I love the picturesque quality of the images, but the styling … is inadequate. The photographs emitted so much drama yet the clothes are plain compared to the theme.

  3. Nice idea, and the colors are great in places, but have seen Sims execute this sort of extremism much better in the past. Something is falling short, and it’s disappointing. 

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