Above fashion, beyond symbols. Sculptured yet soft and subtle organic shapes move with ease, transforming the confines of contemporary femininity and silhouette. Alysée Yin Chen S/S17 Special photographed by Marco Giuliano and styled by Anca Macavei.
A little sparkling universe is expanding from her skin. Vanishing Daria Matkova in a series by Igor Pavlov, styled by Masha Key.
There is no source of darkness in this universe. There is only the absence of light and the eternal fluctuation in search of a space in time. Photography by Margaux Gayet.
The journey of changing one's self has always deep dark sides to explore. Sophia photographed by Cristian Davila Hernandez and styled in all black by Amy Kleingeld.
But we still sit here, waiting to be saved. While we're still victims, hoping to be discovered while we suffer. Fran in a decadent story photographed by Wanda Martin and styled by Alicia Barnet.
When everything gets lost, we only have each other. Dark fashion story photographed by JC Verona and styled by Marianthi Hatzikidi.
Three girls involved in a dark affair in the middle of the night. A cinematic fashion story photographed by Laurie Lou and styled by Victoria Rastello.
Visions of sadness murmured in dreams when we both of us knew how the end always is. Pauline Ivashevskaya in a fashion story photographed by Marco Giuliano and styled by Anca Macavei with exclusive Rosamosario haute-couture lingerie pieces.
Even though this world is narrow, it is wide to those who understand. This world isn't the only one. Klarissa and Kimberly in a fashion story by Enrico Caputo with the styling by Yi Wei Lai.
Two young queens escaped from the bronze chamber by the will of the Gods. Lena and Milena in a nostalgic fashion story photographed by Xavi Prat and styled by Max Marzinger.
In a decadent atmosphere Rachel plays in her colorful dresses. A fashion story photographed by Theresa Marx with the clothes by Ashley Jaeyung Kang.
Concealed under thin layers, I'm leafing through myriads of surface until the far end shows up. What are you hiding? Kamila lensed by Eugenio Intini.