Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper’s Bazaar Singapore September 2010

August 31, 2010

Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010

Harper’s Bazaar Singapore goes on a fashionable (and colorful) trip to Wolgan Valley, Australia, for its September issue lensed by Simon Upton. Starring Dempsey Stewart, Natalie Keyser and Ruby-Jean Wilson, Valley of the Dolls takes a look at the fall collections with the girls donning colorful wigs courtesy of hair stylist Michael Brennan. Styled by Kenneth Goh, the trio wears the biggest names in fashion including Lanvin, Issey Miyake and Yves Saint Laurent for the dynamic thirty-two page spread.

Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010
Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar Singapore September 2010

24 thoughts on “Valley of the Dolls by Simon Upton for Harper’s Bazaar Singapore September 2010”

  1. I get how some things are disgusting, though I’m having a hard time seeing how this editorial could be described as that, enlighten me?

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  2. The editorial is not bad. What breaks it is the models. While they have good figures, they don’t quite look the part. I’m not crazy about the make-up or hair either. I think it could have been done better.

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  3. the contrasting mute colors of the background and eye popping colors of the clothes work for me.. very stunning! love this editorial. 🙂

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  4. the contrasting mute colors of the background and eye popping colors of the clothes work for me.. very stunning! love this editorial. 🙂

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  5. the contrasting mute colors of the background and eye popping colors of the clothes work for me.. very stunning! love this editorial. 🙂

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  6. the contrasting mute colors of the background and eye popping colors of the clothes work for me.. very stunning! love this editorial. 🙂

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  7. The pose look very unnatural and awkward in not a good way in some shots… needs better model direction perhaps?

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