Film maker and photographer Arnaud Deroudilhe recently began a photo project where he pays tribute to 60’s fashion through vintage Vogue covers. Using these vintage covers, he combines page cut-outs and natural landscapes, and of course, photography, creating beautiful works of art.
Says Deroudilhe, “The clothes of each model are cut-out from the paper cover to get empty shapes. Then the cover is shot in front of a season landscape. The idea is to make the model wearing the shapes and colors offered by the nature.”
I’ve always loved vintage magazine covers; I actually have a framed vintage Vogue cover that my mom found for me at a yard sale that I’ll always cherish and have brought with me from apartment to apartment to house as we’ve moved over the years. If you’re hunting for something similar, Etsy has so many gorgeous vintage Vogue covers (some are even framed!) and prints of vintage Vogue covers (très chic!) … I’ll leave the cutting up to you.
Love the ski chalet turned vintage dress here.
Check out the full project on Arnaud Deroudilhe‘s site.
images via Arnaud Deroudilhe
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