Lydia Hearst by Jean-François Campos for Flair October 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 20, 2011









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9 thoughts on “Lydia Hearst by Jean-François Campos for Flair October 2011”

  1. I don’t really get it.  At first I thought with those Versace prints, I could totally see where it was going.  Then it lost me.

    Although the last pic on the first page (on the horse with the cowboy) is pretty sexy, I must say.

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  2. I’m disappointed by this photo shoot. High fashion shoots are often fantasy meets reality, and yes, I can see some of that here. The storyline is great, but the actual shots mixed with the reality of the scenery is so obscure that it loses me. I love high fashion, the impracticality of mega high heels in the most random of places and anything-but ready-to-wear designs in settings like parking lots and city bridges. Beautiful! But really? Gold sequins and face masks outside a roping pen? That model looks photoshopped into a couple of those shots. Love some of the outfits, but there is seriously something wrong with the styling, hair, makeup, dress choices in this shoot and I’m not buying it.

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