Magdalena and Natasha
Alessandro Dell’Acqua SS07

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Magdalena Frackowiak & Abbey Lee Kershaw at Emilio Pucci Spring 2009

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Kasia Struss photographed by Willy Vanderperre for Jil Sander Spring 2008

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untouched photos of kate moss for molton brown

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In La Femme à Paris the author Octave Uzanne dubbed a woman’s clothing ‘her offensive armour’ - but, in reality, fashion seldom offers protection from the violence of the modern world. The clothing adopted when a woman is at her most vulnerable to attack - the heels, furs and jewels of evening attire - actively works against the idea of self-preservation.

Nick Knight sought to challenge this: born from a desire to protect his own two teenage daughters and inspired by the ‘Slutwalk’ movement of women reclaiming the right to dress as they wish without being seen to invite attack, Knight decided to address the notion of self-defence through a fashion shoot. For this, he chose to collaborate with two much-celebrated and empowered female fashion figures - model Lara Stone, and stylist Carine Roitfeld - to redefine the notion of ‘Power Dressing’ for the twenty-first century. (x)

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Carmen Kass, Vlada Roslyakova, Behati Prinsloo, Magdalena Frackowiak, Lara Stone, Agyness Deyn, Freja Beha, Daria Werbowy, Tanya Dziahileva, and Hilary Rhoda at Versace Fall/Winter 2007

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natasha poly - dior fall 2010 rtw

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Kasia Struss at Christian Dior Couture Fall 2014

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Gisele, Vlada, Raquel, Anja, Carmen, Jessica, Tanya, Natasha, Snejana, and Lily at Dolce & Gabbana Fall/Winter 2007

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Sigrid, Raquel, Magdalena, Lily, Anna, Freja, Natasha, Liu, Karlie, and Kasia at Emilio Pucci Fall/Winter 2009


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