Filed under: Editorials | Tags: 2dm, claudia marchetti, coco brandolini d'adda, hannelore knuts, haria norsa, leonora hamill, simone prusso, tar, ultramegalore
And finally, freedom, specifically Tar 5 Spring 2011 that takes the concept as its point of departure for such disparate contributors as the recently-freed Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei, Moroccan psychiatrist Rita El Khayat, and Centre Pompidou curator Christine Marcel. Oh, but Tar 5 is not only art and politics, nay, it also comes good with the fashion by way of an editorial by photographer Leonora Hamill and stylist Haria Norsa that features Ford’s Hannelore Knuts. Titled “Holy Hannelore” the story sees the iconic Belgian at her resplendent best beginning bedside wearing a Trussardi dress, bracelet with pendants by Brioni, golden bracelet by Sharra Pagano, and holding a Fendi clutch. She is breathtaking in particular for her fourth look, a white Yves Saint Laurent dress, Salvatore Ferragamo heels, Vhernier rings and earrings, and holding a Stella McCartney clutch, which allows her to especially stand out from her luscious surroundings. Not that Hannelore Knuts could ever be consumed by any backdrop no matter how busily it pursues its freedom for this Tar 5 freedom issue…she wouldn’t otherwise be known as Ultramegalore!
Credits include: Tar Issue N°5 Spring 2011; Title, “Holy Hannelore”; Photography, Leonora Hamill; Styling, Haria Norsa; Fashion editing, Coco Brandolini D’Adda; Hair, Simone Prusso for Greenapple; Makeup, Claudia Marchetti for Greenapple using MAC Cosmetics; Photography assistance, Carlo Piroli, Chiara Capuzzi; Styling assistance, Luca Galasso; Production, 2DM Milan; Image source, Fashion Gone Rogue.