Tuesday, July 6, 2010

The Untold Crime



Freja Beha Erichsen photographed by Terry Richardson for Vogue Nippon August 2010

Although it is not recognizable at first sight, this editorial is indeed shot by Terry Richardson. He takes us back to the seventies with this shoot styled by George Cortina. It was pretty surprising for me to see that Terry didn't use his distinctive photography style for once.

21 comments:

  1. just like jane fonda from Godard's best: tout va bien.

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  2. I like this alot! Perhaps he's lying low for abit after the scandal? But this is a very nice change, shot in a cinematic way and freja is always stunning!

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  3. that is very true! I do like it though... good job Terry!

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  4. Your blog is amazing, keep up the good work!<3

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  5. I agree with you. Comparing this and also his other recent eidtorial with Freja Beha for Vogue Paris July 2010, it really is something different that his usual work. Freja always looks so elegant as well.

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  6. I'm really suprised that richardson shot this, i am really not a big fan of his work. i saw this editorial on another blog this morning and loved it though freja is amazing!

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  7. I'm not a fan of TR usual style, but sometimes he has some Paris Vogue editorials I've seen that look more like this style that I like.
    Freja nails everything she's in. I like how I can see the evolution of the 60s into the 70s here. I think this is a more realistic view of fashion, since people don't throw out their clothes every decade and start new. Certain pieces carry over.

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  8. she's so beautiful! great choice!

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  9. She's so beautiful!! (:


    www.lipsandpoppies.blogspot.com

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  10. i agree with you!! and what a beautiful photo shooting!

    love from Portugal,
    mirandastyleatbreakfast.blogspot.com

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  11. I was so suprised when I saw this editorial first. It doesn't look like the usual t.r. kinda thing at all. it's great though. and excellent pr for him I guess (which I think he might need right now...)
    and the second thing that stroke me about this ediroial is a certain similarity to anna wintour's personal style in the 80s. but than again maybe that'S just the turtle neck, long necklace and the fringe.

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  12. it really doesn't look like his work, but it's really awesome

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  13. Inspired by Jane Fonda's character in 1971 film 'Klute'. Or am I stating the obvious?

    http://cdn.mademan.com/chickipedia/images/c/c7/Klute-Jane-Fonda_l_417.jpg

    http://gothamist.com/attachments/arts_jen/2007_08_arts_klute.jpg

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_SiOSO_aTGcM/SnryJowfi6I/AAAAAAAAAEc/DohLfZYnAcE/s400/Klute+I.jpg

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  14. i like her sunglasses and the style of the photography.

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  15. Freja is... breathtakingly beautiful.

    xo www.fashion-feline.blogspot.com

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  16. I love Freja, the new editorials are beautiful.

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  17. soo inspirating! i have the same sunglasses :D

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