Filed under: Editorials | Tags: dancian, delfine bafort, fernando torrent, fredrik stambro, helen mcguckin, jesse kaufmann, jo barker, zoo magazine
For a German magazine that takes its name from that place historically known for keeping caged wild animals for the express purpose of entertaining the planet’s dominant species, it is appreciated that the overall commitment to entertainment rather than iron bars has been maintained. Entertainment for Zoo Magazine #30 2011 comes in the form of an editorial featuring Ford’s Delfine Bafort photographed by Dancian. Simply titled “Delfine,” the ten-page Jo Barker-styled story excels in creating zoo chic through the use of bold contrasts, animal print, metallics, and expressive makeup by Fredrik Stambro. Delfine’s opening look, a jacket and skirt by Haider Ackermann and shoes by Marc Jacobs, makes a grand entrance that is supported in kind by the looks that follow and ultimately close with a body, pants, and shoes by Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, a vintage kimono from Beyond Retro, and cuff and ring by Scott Wilson. And with that, see you in the reptile house… .
Credits include: Publication, Zoo Magazine #30 2011; Title, “Delfine”; Photography, Dancian; Styling, Jo Barker; Hair, Fernando Torrent at L’Atelier NYC; Makeup, Fredrik Stambro at L’Atelier using MAC; Set design, Jesse Kaufmann at The Magnet Agency; Styling assistance, Helen McGuckin; Studio, George Brown, CYC Studio.
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