Stella Maxwell by David K. Shields in Cut & Paste for Fashion Gone Rogue

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published January 13, 2011

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Updated April 4, 2017

David K. Shields took to the grassy fields of New Zealand for his latest work with fellow kiwi Stella Maxwell. Taking cut-outs into a natural setting, Shields along with stylist Chris Lorimer creates a story of fantastical elements juxtaposed with unadulterated fashion. Wearing clothing from the likes of Karen Walker, Alexander Wang and See by Chloe, Stella enchants in the unique Cut & Paste. / Set design by Dion Boothby











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47 thoughts on “Stella Maxwell by David K. Shields in Cut & Paste for Fashion Gone Rogue”

  1. I really love the concept, it’s pretty unique and unexpected. But I feel like it takes away from the clothes; it’s more of an art spread than a fashion spread. And the photo that’s fifth from the bottom has another person’s hand still in it and looks very candid. I doubt that that’s completely intentional, but it doesn’t fit. Overall, the photos are great eye candy, but I wish they highlighted the clothing more.

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  2. I really love the concept, it’s pretty unique and unexpected. But I feel like it takes away from the clothes; it’s more of an art spread than a fashion spread. And the photo that’s fifth from the bottom has another person’s hand still in it and looks very candid. I doubt that that’s completely intentional, but it doesn’t fit. Overall, the photos are great eye candy, but I wish they highlighted the clothing more.

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  3. These are very elegant fashion pictures you have here. It seems to me you conducted a very good research for the quality of your content to be this great. Guess what? I like your blog! It’s been a pleasure going through it. I’ll be seeing you on your next one.

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