18.5.11

Agyness in the Desert


It feels like it was just yesterday that I was writing about how fashion magazines needed to find new locations to shoot in Africa and next thing you know, I open up the May 2011 issue of Vogue UK to find a mega editorial spread shot in the abandoned town of Kolmanskop in Namibia! I featured a photography spread of this town by Helga Kohl and was definitely glad to see it highlighted again in such a creative way.




{Photo: Tim Walker for Vogue UK via Moonstruck}

3 comments:

xoliquoricexo said...

I like!

Ada said...

Hi Brandie,
I've been lurking on your blog for quite a while but never left a comment (I'm kinda new at this whole blog thing). But today I just had to say hello. Your last post about fashion locations in Africa got me thinking about how I would like to see more city location shots (and not just the ones with the model surrounded by dusty locals) in editorials. And voila !! It's a beautiful shot. Well done, UK Vogue.

Brandie said...

Ada - thanks so much for writing in!

I'm glad both of you enjoyed this post as much as I did!