Damian Foxe’s 1940s Fashion Shoot

Today’s Financial Times’ How to Spend It has a, shall we call it, interesting homage to 40s fashion.  I am not entirely sure how I feel about stylist Damian Foxe’s particular approach … but his muted watercolor palette is quiet and soft enough to evoke a romantic Brief Encounter-esque dream of the 40s.

Here are some highlights from the Yuval Hen’s photo shoot.

Mikado, Dolce & Gabbana, Vintage Pilot
Mikado, Dolce & Gabbana, Vintage Pilot
Stella McCartney, Phillip Tracey, Viktor & Rolf
Stella McCartney, Phillip Tracey, Viktor & Rolf
Giorgio Armani, Phillip Tracy, Lanvin
Giorgio Armani, Phillip Tracy, Lanvin
Jean Paul Gaultier, Phillip Tracey, IWC
Jean Paul Gaultier, Phillip Tracey, IWC
Lanvin
Lanvin

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4 thoughts on “Damian Foxe’s 1940s Fashion Shoot

  1. Very dreamy, grabbing your attention to look at the fab clothes… but importantly you can actually see them . So many fashion shoot pics are fab , but the clothes are hardly visable.

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