Fashion Dolls

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Lindsey Wixson plays as a doll for the February issue of Vogue Italia lensed by Tim Walker and styled by Jacob K.

Tim Walker’s photographs have entranced the readers of Vogue, month by month, for over a decade. Extravagant staging and romantic motifs characterise his unmistakable style. After concentrating on photographic stills for 15 years, Walker is now also making moving film.

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8 comments

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  2. whatsnormality

    This is a very interesting subject, well-styled and photographed. I’m not sure I enjoyed the model as much because her facial expression (or lack thereof) was repetitive in every photo. It worked for most, but didn’t really fit in every photograph.

  3. I know, why do fashion models always have this dumb angry or high look on their faces? It’s not cool nor attractive and I don’t get it. Shouldn’t we change this weird trend of not smiling or showing emotion to the camera? I think that a model’s pose and facial expression should fit to the style and theme for the photographs….I’m looking more at the doll and surroundings than at the stupid model…I didn’t even noticed her clothes….so if this is a fashion shoot. I think it fails. But if this is about a depressed sicko killer doll, then I guess it succeeds.

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  7. Liz

    I think the idea was for the model to look like a fashion doll, hence the lack of hugely different facial expressions in each photo. Fashion dolls expressions are sort of frozen.

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