Nia by Nicholas Lawn in Sweet & Lowdown | TEST

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Published July 28, 2010

A summer outing to the beach filled with sun and sand, makes for the perfect setup in Nicholas Lawn’s Sweet & Lowdown for TEST. Capturing Nia of Select London, the story pays homage to the early twentieth century with retro styling by Lyson Marchessault and vintage photo effects.












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56 thoughts on “Nia by Nicholas Lawn in Sweet & Lowdown | TEST”

  1. A very strong editorial that captures a mood, the essence of a place and a lifestyle. Thank you, Nicholas, for not blinding us viewers with heavy Photoshopping of the face and skin. Imagine that! A story where we see the model's skin and where she looks like a human being instead of a mannequin or a blow-up doll. Well done. Great story. Great photographer.

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  2. A very strong editorial that captures a mood, the essence of a place and a lifestyle. Thank you, Nicholas, for not blinding us viewers with heavy Photoshopping of the face and skin. Imagine that! A story where we see the model's skin and where she looks like a human being instead of a mannequin or a blow-up doll. Well done. Great story. Great photographer.

    Reply
  3. A very strong editorial that captures a mood, the essence of a place and a lifestyle. Thank you, Nicholas, for not blinding us viewers with heavy Photoshopping of the face and skin. Imagine that! A story where we see the model's skin and where she looks like a human being instead of a mannequin or a blow-up doll. Well done. Great story. Great photographer.

    Reply

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