Monday, 31 January 2011

Designer inspiration for lolita, part 2

Again, fashion images that can be inspirational for lolitas. And for anyone else, really, because they're all gorgeous images from the best fashion magazines and with beautiful models.

I chose some of these images because the silhouette is similar to the lolita silhouette, or because the details, such as bows or lace, might appeal to lolitas' taste. Or because the overall aesthetics seemed appropriate.

There are all sorts of images, sweet ones and those that should appeal to more gothic tastes. Most of them are recent, but there are some older ones too.

30 pictures ahead. Let's start with the classics.

Kristen Dunst by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue, September 2006


"Like a toy soldier"
Ashley Smith by David Dunan for Vogue Gioiello
one of my favourite photoshoots recently 

Ai Tominaga by Miles Aldridge Vogue Italia 

Angela Lindvall by Patrick Demarchelier, Harper's Bazaar US


"Family Circus" 
Arizona Muse, Lindsey Wixson, Anais Pouliot, Britt Maren by Paolo Roversi for W, December 2010

Daphne Guinness by Mario Testino for British Vogue, March, 2008

Denisa Dvorakova by Jason Schmidt for Vogue Russia February 2011

Catherine McNeil by Nicole Bentley for Vogue Australia September 2010 

Cecilia Cheung for Harper’s Bazaar China February 2011 by Feng Hai
 
Guinevere van Seenus by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue UK September 2010

Hana Soukupova by Pavel Havlicek for Harper’s Bazaar Mexico December 2010

Jessica Stam by Corinne Day for Vogue UK, October 2007

Karlie Kloss by Tim Walker for W, October 2010

Karlie Kloss by Tim Walker in Vogue UK, October 2010

Dioni Tabbers by Felix Lammers for Glass

2 comments:

Sammy said...

These are some fabulous photoshoots and incredible inspiration! O.O At the moment I'm working on my tryouts for a costume and clothing design school in the capital of my country and these really kicked my inspiration monster into gear! Thank you for writing this! =D *runs of to check out the rest of your blog*

crimson said...

@ Sammy
I'm happy you found my post helpful! In the near future I'll be making more posts like this. I have so many images saved!

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