In the 17th century there were no fashion editorials, of course. But if there were any, they would probably look like this.
Produced by Diver & Aguilar Photographic Ltd for Riders Moda, the series draws inspiration from the Tenebrism of Italian Baroque master Caravaggio, depicting scenes that simulate many of the artist’s works. No space is left for do-gooders, so forget about male models with shaved beards, impeccable hairdos and baby looks. In the words of the photographers: “Fight Club meets 17th Century Counter-Reformation”.
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