This photosession is turning to be an exellent advertising of fashion styling. Voice of make-up and trendy dresses overveight here ‘celebrities’ played by the model Iris Strubegger.
It is always incredibly fascinative: how fashion, make-up and clothes may tansform one’s style and change a wholly look. So you would not ever be sure: is it one person posing for all of the photographs ?
This boogie-woogie funky styling photosession by Karl Lagerfeld for Harper’s Bazaaz is a great example.
A master of transformations and charmingly unpredictable fashion photography, Karl Lagrfeld this time use all of possible arsenals to create incredibly different look of one person. But with huge respect towards styling, make-up and clothes, this session certainly would seem less drammatical if here won’t be all of this theatral poses that the model has presented.
The funky photosession is an exellent example of styling promotion. But it is about how self-presentation, mood, sentiments, posing surely influence and change personal look as well.
To contrust Karl’s imagies of Iris with other phtographs of the model, here follows the image of the ‘original’ style in which Iris Strubegger ordiary oppears and which supposed to be her ‘firm’ mark amoung fashion models (shooted and staged by Karl for Vogue as well):