I found this beautiful, striking close-up whilst browsing a site full of Peter Lindbergh’s editorials last night. I found a stunning, stunning story featuring all black models in some kind of quiet, deserted urban area from The Face. Then I saw Karl’s name on the credits and was excited to see the whole editorial. Lindbergh is such a master at capturing raw emotion and this shot is testament to that; models Margareth LaHoussaye-Duvigny and Adia Coulibaly look pensive in this image. I wish I could find more information on the models, as I only got some info on Hermine Wilson, who I can’t even locate here. Hope to see more Lindbergh and Templer collaborations in the future, perhaps (more like, please!) with the new generation of black models.

I found this beautiful, striking close-up whilst browsing a site full of Peter Lindbergh’s editorials last night. I found a stunning, stunning story featuring all¬†black models in some kind of quiet, deserted urban area from The Face. Then I saw Karl’s name on the credits and was excited to see the whole editorial. Lindbergh is such a master at capturing raw emotion and this shot is testament to that; models Margareth LaHoussaye-Duvigny and Adia Coulibaly look pensive in this image. I wish I could find more information on the models, as I only got some info on Hermine Wilson, who I can’t even locate here. Hope to see more Lindbergh and Templer collaborations in the future, perhaps (more like, please!)¬†with the new generation of black models.