Edie Campbell by Tim Barber for Muse Fall 2011

Joanna Elizabeth


Published September 19, 2011

Edie’s Day OutTim Barber captures Edie Campbell as she takes a trip throughout the city for the fall issue of Muse Magazine. Styled by Susan Winget in sixties inspired ensembles, Barber’s images evoke a candid sensibility as Edie moves from park bench to ferry.

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8 thoughts on “Edie Campbell by Tim Barber for Muse Fall 2011”

  1. edie is such a 60’s beauty, reminds me of both edie sedgwick and twiggy for some reason. i would love to see her much more often in the nearest future

  2. @ hivenn. why does there have to be a lot of portraits? you should look through Tim Barber’s work. He isn’t like most, (or really any) other fashion photographers in his approach to creating successful images. The environment plays a huge role in his fashion work. it’s just as important as the clothing itself. 


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