Joséphine de la Baume by Cameron Smith for Oyster #88

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published August 17, 2010

What’s fashion without a little sacrilege? This seems to be the question posed in Oyster’s August issue as actress Joséphine de la Baume takes to the church and grave yard in provocative looks styled by Mags Crow. In front of Cameron Smith’s lens, Josephine dons a wardrobe of Christopher Kane, Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana and more in the dreamy spread.











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20 thoughts on “Joséphine de la Baume by Cameron Smith for Oyster #88”

  1. All style no content. Effect for effects sake. Trite, poorly executed and without meaning.
    @ Tania – it is not different, this is an overused effect. Every second photographer, devoid of creativity uses this "filter"
    @ vickyleestyle – for God's sake – have an opinion. Don't leave passion out the door.

    Reply
  2. All style no content. Effect for effects sake. Trite, poorly executed and without meaning.
    @ Tania – it is not different, this is an overused effect. Every second photographer, devoid of creativity uses this "filter"
    @ vickyleestyle – for God's sake – have an opinion. Don't leave passion out the door.

    Reply

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