Next room, the supermodels.
He’s captured them all in their youth and has stripped them down to nothing.
We start with Kate Moss, an interesting choice as she ended the era of the supermodel with her waif look. It’s the controversial picture of her topless at age 15 in denim jeans. I just think of Calvin Klein. Next to her is Cindy Crawford. A youthful, round, beautiful face and body are twisted looking back at us with hopeful eyes.
Christy Turlington, looking like a goddess with waist-length hair and Helena Christensen with her perfect figure posed gracefully in frames next to them. Further down the room we reach Alex Wek covered in black paint darkening her already gorgeous complexion. Around the corner, Scarlett Johansson is curled up on a vintage bed with a cocktail dress looking stunning, fresh and classic.
In the last room, where the drinks are being served, I laugh hysterically at a zoomed in picture of a small dogs view of the world. The photograph focuses on the height of a teacup Chihuahua standing next to his owner. It’s a lineup of a family of three, including a really large dog with a view of only his legs, followed by the owner in the middle framing up to the woman’s rainboots, next to the full frame of the tiny, bug-eyed dog.
Images courtesy of theFashionSpot forums and www.demarchelier.net.