Tati Cotliar by Richard Burbridge for T Magazine Summer 2011

April 17, 2011

Tati Cotliar by Richard Burbridge for T Magazine Summer 2011

Summer Foliage – The summer issue of T Magazine goes green with this vegetation heavy editorial starring Tati Cotliar. Lensed by Richard Burbridge and styled by Robbie Spencer, Tati is a true nature girl in patterned looks from Prada, Alexis Bittar and Just Cavalli among other labels.

Tati Cotliar by Richard Burbridge for T Magazine Summer 2011
Tati Cotliar by Richard Burbridge for T Magazine Summer 2011
Tati Cotliar by Richard Burbridge for T Magazine Summer 2011
Tati Cotliar by Richard Burbridge for T Magazine Summer 2011
Tati Cotliar by Richard Burbridge for T Magazine Summer 2011
Tati Cotliar by Richard Burbridge for T Magazine Summer 2011

36 thoughts on “Tati Cotliar by Richard Burbridge for T Magazine Summer 2011”

  1. this is very different, i like it!
    i also appreciate how much effort must have gone into constructing the flower ensembles

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  2. Original? Have a look at the story shot by Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello in Numero #93 (May 2008), exactly 3 years ago – ‘Sortilege’ http://vivelechic.livejournal.com/63594.html

    In other industries, this is called plagiarism (via Wikipedia defined as: “wrongful appropriation,” “close imitation,” or “purloining and publication” of another author’s “language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions,” and the representation of them as one’s own original work”

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    • But can’t two different photographers work off of the same idea? It’s spring and flowers are a common theme, surely the idea of using flowers on the body literally in a photo shoot can be used more than just once?

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  3. I really love it…but yeah…it does appear to be a bit of a rip on the Sofia & Mauro story…
    Theirs was way more tribal and edgy though (and even BETTER)

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  4. I really love it…but yeah…it does appear to be a bit of a rip on the Sofia & Mauro story…
    Theirs was way more tribal and edgy though (and even BETTER)

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  5. I really love it…but yeah…it does appear to be a bit of a rip on the Sofia & Mauro story…
    Theirs was way more tribal and edgy though (and even BETTER)

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  6. I really love it…but yeah…it does appear to be a bit of a rip on the Sofia & Mauro story…
    Theirs was way more tribal and edgy though (and even BETTER)

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  7. I really love it…but yeah…it does appear to be a bit of a rip on the Sofia & Mauro story…
    Theirs was way more tribal and edgy though (and even BETTER)

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  8. I really love it…but yeah…it does appear to be a bit of a rip on the Sofia & Mauro story…
    Theirs was way more tribal and edgy though (and even BETTER)

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  9. I don’t know about the plagiarism allegations; I think the Numero story itself was a rip-off of Hans Silvester’s Natural Beauty: Tribal Decoration from Africa (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0500288054/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_1?pf_rd_p=486539851&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe-1&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=0500543585&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=101BATYMS9FGS8Q8W5G6), while the NYTSM story is actually really cool and reminiscent of all those fruit/vegetable paintings by Arcimboldo

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  10. are you kidding me???? this is far away from fashion. this is ART. this is really pretty and a way of showing something in a unique way. it will always be some reminiscence to something but tati is UNIQUE and she makes it all special. thumbs up

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  11. are you kidding me???? this is far away from fashion. this is ART. this is really pretty and a way of showing something in a unique way. it will always be some reminiscence to something but tati is UNIQUE and she makes it all special. thumbs up

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