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Toy Story

October 11th, 2011 Posted by Janelle comments (15)

As two of fashion’s most popular doll-faces Kirsi Pyrhonen and Audrey Marnay make frequent appearances in editorials that call for otherworldly beauty. In the latest Vogue Italia  Tim Walker casts the duo as wind up toys, complete with marionette inspired makeup and mechanical add-ons. With a sly nod to drag legends the Cockettes, fairytale styling by Jacob K and a few puppets added for good measure, Walker creates images that are unmistakably his.

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15 Comments

  1. Jazmin Berruti says:

    quiero ser modeloooooooooo!

  2. RICCARDO says:

    DOLLS made of flesh! what a phenomenal story! kirsi is stealing the show! shes so underrated!

  3. Barrio Dimitri says:

    Love, love, love!!

    http://www.modedimitri.com/

  4. ryder says:

    wish we have more editorials like “organized robots”by meisel, a long long time ago

  5. Trevor says:

    This story is absolutely breathtaking. Tim Walker is a genius in taking your mind to a cmopletely different world. I would have never imagined Kirsi and Audrey in a story, but it works perfectly.

    http://www.trevology.com

  6. Michael says:

    Inspire by Mert and Marcus doll story i guess!!!

    lol.

  7. Avon says:

    fantastic creativity with stiff models.

  8. Hester D. says:

    creativity at its best.

  9. Bruce Edwin says:

    great work..perfect for a creepy, surreal scene in a horror film

  10. Nádia says:

    This is quite special, evokes a lot of solitude and awkwardness emotions. Some pictures are simply :o

    http://myfashioninsider.blogspot.com/

  11. Music says:

    is this a joke?
    looks like a very bad copy of Mert and Marcus.
    totally shocked.

  12. Marty says:

    I miss Kirsti ALOT. she didn’t walk all season -____- disappointing

  13. dupont says:

    what a great piece of work

  14. MCLV says:

    Fascinating !!!

  15. Marus says:

    Somehow, this editorial has really caught my attention.

    http://www.fusionofeffects.com/

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