Sorry I haven't posted this week-I've been rather busy with work, attempting to sleep and narrowly avoiding paralysis/death, so blogging has had to take a little step back.
I thought I would take a moment to appreciate the co-ed editorial. Why is it that editorials are so often single-sex? Fashion is all about selling sex (according to those cynical commentators who tut-tut about every slippage of side boob-Goddd, people, it's, like, aaaart?) so from a purely theoretical standpoint, why do combinations such as the ones seen below not appear in print more often? Plus, from an aesthetic point of view, you can achieve a lot more in terms of storyline, silhouette, variety, contrast/similarity etc.-things which every photographer should be striving to achieve in one way or another.
(I realise the above paragraph contained a few too many rhetorical questions. What can I say, it makes me sound intellectual and meaningful. In the same intellectual and meaningful vein-how excited are you guys for Harry Potter?!?! Like it's not even funny, I can't wait. I actually can't. A friend (well, she used to be my friend, before jealousy ruined our relationship for ever. LOL jk...actually, thinking about it...) went to the premiere yesterday and apparently it was amazing and how do they expect us to wait? (Haha, another rhetorical question, wow I need my weekend). Meanwhile let's all lol over this genius video.)
This was such a jokes editorial. Frida seems like a total babe.