Enduringly Iconic

2016 marks fifty years since Hans Feurer decided to pick up a camera and it’s quite fitting that his latest editorial appears in Vogue Paris’s May issue since quite a few of his most memorable photos were shot for the Vogues. Feurer’s timeless style is instantly recognizable and it’s easy to see his influence on many of the photographers coming up through the ranks today. The story called ‘Freedom’ reflects the current trend of unpretentious styling paired with beauty and Isabeli Fontana gets the full Feurer treatment coming off as the beautiful woman she is, completely comfortable not only in her surroundings but in her own skin. To see the whole story, pick up Vogue Paris, on the newsstands now.

Isabeli Fontana by Hans Feurer (AW Artist Management)
Styling Claire Dhelens
Hair Laurent Philippon (Tim Howard Management)
Makeup Lloyd Simmonds (New York: Tim Howard Management, MILANO: THE GREEN APPLE ITALIA SRL)

Images courtesy of André Werther (Paris)

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4 Comments
  1. Hans Feurer was impressive in the eighties and nineties, but now I think his style does not work like in the nineties, we need another style something more refreshing and original.

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