06.04.13 digest – explores relationship of #intimacy, domestic #violence, #darkness and farms…

Good morning,

This week end has been bubbly with interesting above the line fashion editorials, but that’s not all!
Let s scroll down to see what I picked up for you:

border crossing: stella tennant by bay garnett for uk vogue july 2013 takes you for a journey to Berwickshire farms and it just feels right!

While CLARICE waits in the background… Probably not the same farm, unless it was shot in that cabin in the backyard: border crossing: stella tennant by bay garnett for uk vogue july 2013

Let s stay in the cold colour range with “a perfect blend of sophistication and seduction“:
age of beauty: drake burnette by josh olins for uk vogue july 2013

Out of fashion we now jump to BURN! Magazine to discover a nice project about “life in darkness and the difficulties of true communication between people” in Murmansk during polar night times:
valentina quintano – in the absence of things

Sara Lewkowicz Wins LUCEO SPA 2013 for the recipient of what seems to be a well deserved award to me. It s about domestic violence and the small ones in between.

“Domestic violence is a largely invisible crime. We usually only hear it muffled through walls, and we usually only see it manifested in the faded yellow and purple bruises of a woman who “walked into a wall” or “fell down the stairs.” It is rarely limited to one event, and it rarely stops. My project, “Shane and Maggie,” seeks to take a deeper, unflinching look at domestic abuse as a process, as opposed to a single incident, examining how a pattern of abuse develops and eventually crests, as well as its short- and long-term aftereffects on victims, their families, and their abusers”.

Malerie Marder Photographs the Private Moments of Family Members, Friends and Herself (NSFW) because not everything always goes wrong in the private sphere, some photos work on the positive side of life! …in feature shoot



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