Kate Moss for Liu Jo Spring 2011 Campaign by Mario Sorrenti

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 21, 2011

The Kate FactorKate Moss reunites with Mario Sorrenti for the spring 2011 campaign from Liu Jo. Keeping it casual in denim and off the shoulder tops, Kate smolders in the high gloss images.













source | Fashion Screen


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26 thoughts on “Kate Moss for Liu Jo Spring 2011 Campaign by Mario Sorrenti”

  1. she is an amazing model but I really don’t like what she stands for….& the pics are photoshopped to death.

  2. Is anyone here a photographer or editor??? Why so much of photoshop??? Does it not bother you at all??? A little retouching is okay but is this acceptable??If I were you I would fire who ever made this kind of shoot with massive photoshop be posted!! Just saying!!

    • Unfortunately it is the client who usually determines the amount of retouching. Even if the retoucher and photographer prefer to keep it more real on many occasions the client who are more business orientated and less creative think that smoothing everything out is better… its very frustrating.

    • Unfortunately it is the client who usually determines the amount of retouching. Even if the retoucher and photographer prefer to keep it more real on many occasions the client who are more business orientated and less creative think that smoothing everything out is better… its very frustrating.

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