Pop S/S 2010 | Devon Aoki by Sean & Seng

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 10, 2010

Pop magazine pays homage to British artist, Allen Jones, in their most recent issue with a story by Sean & Seng. Styled by Tamara Rothstein, Allen Jones: Wearable Art, stars Devon Aoki wearing skin-tight body suits from Jones’ portfolio of artwork.

source | fearless123 @ tfs


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33 thoughts on “Pop S/S 2010 | Devon Aoki by Sean & Seng”

  1. This is so amazing it honestly looks like from another time. When something is so great it looks like it's from an era that is totally non existent & this is happening in these pictures.

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  2. This is so amazing it honestly looks like from another time. When something is so great it looks like it's from an era that is totally non existent & this is happening in these pictures.

    Reply

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