Your comments about art + fashion are captivating, thank you. More, please!
This is part of an installation on the last (boys) day of LFW. In a small white room, a series of models stood on boxes, modeling clothes (I'm trying to source the designer: does anyone know??). My 50 mm lens means I have to stand far back to get someone in a shot, and I couldn't back far enough, hence my series of triptychs. This is part of a series I shall show you, over time.
Normally, I'm not a fan of Halloween colours, but I feel I need to be more open minded in terms of colour. Besides, the model is just so gosh darn cute. And I like the little half pleat skirt thing.
Speaking of.. in answer to that question, 'what's your fashion sex? ', I feel that for most of us - while we might lean one way or another - androgyny is such a cool look. I love throwing together a bit of both: like Roz was saying, brogues with little flowery dresses (maybe with a biker jacket on top).. same goes for the boys. It's all good fun, which, to me, is what art, like fashion, can never have too much of. Anything that makes us think, that pushes the envelope just a little bit further, while still striving for balance. And beauty.
(Here's one of the other models, on a break. It's not easy, standing on a box having people take your picture!)