Frida Gustavsson by Thomas Klementsson for Contributor #3

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published June 14, 2011

Iron MaidenFrida Gustavsson shows off her naughty side for the latest issue of Contributor Magazine. Photographed by Thomas Klementsson and styled by Christopher Insulander, Frida plays dominatrix in sassy ensembles from labels such as Kenzo, Ann Demeulemeester, Calvin Klein and Elie Saab.








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40 thoughts on “Frida Gustavsson by Thomas Klementsson for Contributor #3”

  1. the only thing I like about this is her pretty face (and actually the hair looks pretty cool on her). Regardless of what the inspiration was, it looks trashy.

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  2. the only thing I like about this is her pretty face (and actually the hair looks pretty cool on her). Regardless of what the inspiration was, it looks trashy.

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  3. This is very awkward in a sense that Frida doesn’t match this style. I love her, she’s beautiful and I really don’t like that she’s part of this.

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  4. This is very awkward in a sense that Frida doesn’t match this style. I love her, she’s beautiful and I really don’t like that she’s part of this.

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  5. tank girl inspiration, with frida modelling? really?!? this needed someone with stronger features and different attitute, not that sweet.
    I think maybe saskia, or freja…but she’s too famous now and poeple just want to see her with her own styling

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  6. tank girl inspiration, with frida modelling? really?!? this needed someone with stronger features and different attitute, not that sweet.
    I think maybe saskia, or freja…but she’s too famous now and poeple just want to see her with her own styling

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  7. I really don’t like this. Frida is the wrong girl for this job, it’s just looks awkward. Frida is really beautiful and this job could have been amazing. But it’s not. 

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  8. !?!? Is it just me or is there some really odd photoshopping going on here? Her head/face looks far too small for her body in most of these photos, and in the last one her neck is DEFINITELY too long on one side.

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  9. Give me a break.  I love Frida … BUT what exactly has the fashion industry become. 
    Men “with equipment”  ranked in the TOP 50 Women Models and now the industry is promoting S&M???????
    Let’s put Fashion back on the decency map.  PLEASE.

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  10. Give me a break.  I love Frida … BUT what exactly has the fashion industry become. 
    Men “with equipment”  ranked in the TOP 50 Women Models and now the industry is promoting S&M???????
    Let’s put Fashion back on the decency map.  PLEASE.

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  11. This amazing. Its not punk, its more of a post-apocalyptic look. And all of you saying” wahhh, it not like frida,” a model is supposed to be able to fit into any character the photographer asks of them. The lighting is good for the idea behind the shoot, and her styling is NOT tacky. Its meant to be over done, once again, it goes with the post-apocalyptic sort of vibe of the shoot. I will admit though, I don’t much care for most of the males styling. Nevertheless, this is wonderful. Not everything is meant to be perfect, photography is an art, not a science.

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  12. This amazing. Its not punk, its more of a post-apocalyptic look. And all of you saying” wahhh, it not like frida,” a model is supposed to be able to fit into any character the photographer asks of them. The lighting is good for the idea behind the shoot, and her styling is NOT tacky. Its meant to be over done, once again, it goes with the post-apocalyptic sort of vibe of the shoot. I will admit though, I don’t much care for most of the males styling. Nevertheless, this is wonderful. Not everything is meant to be perfect, photography is an art, not a science.

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  13. This amazing. Its not punk, its more of a post-apocalyptic look. And all of you saying” wahhh, it not like frida,” a model is supposed to be able to fit into any character the photographer asks of them. The lighting is good for the idea behind the shoot, and her styling is NOT tacky. Its meant to be over done, once again, it goes with the post-apocalyptic sort of vibe of the shoot. I will admit though, I don’t much care for most of the males styling. Nevertheless, this is wonderful. Not everything is meant to be perfect, photography is an art, not a science.

    Reply
  14. This amazing. Its not punk, its more of a post-apocalyptic look. And all of you saying” wahhh, it not like frida,” a model is supposed to be able to fit into any character the photographer asks of them. The lighting is good for the idea behind the shoot, and her styling is NOT tacky. Its meant to be over done, once again, it goes with the post-apocalyptic sort of vibe of the shoot. I will admit though, I don’t much care for most of the males styling. Nevertheless, this is wonderful. Not everything is meant to be perfect, photography is an art, not a science.

    Reply
  15. This amazing. Its not punk, its more of a post-apocalyptic look. And all of you saying” wahhh, it not like frida,” a model is supposed to be able to fit into any character the photographer asks of them. The lighting is good for the idea behind the shoot, and her styling is NOT tacky. Its meant to be over done, once again, it goes with the post-apocalyptic sort of vibe of the shoot. I will admit though, I don’t much care for most of the males styling. Nevertheless, this is wonderful. Not everything is meant to be perfect, photography is an art, not a science.

    Reply

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