Kelly Rohrbach by Michel Comte for Vogue Italia Beauty, May 2016
Posted May 24, 2016
Kelly Rohrbach brings back the body beautiful by Michel Comte for Vogue Italia Beauty, May 2016. Lycra ignites the art of the era as fashion mirrors the sights of the 70’s. Borrowing from the days of Helmut Newton, her phenomenal frame steals the show. Natural fabrics hug the skin with lines that dare to let you in, as digital drama lights up the night deigning to turn wrong into right. Giulio Martinelli & Ayako Yoshida echo the flavors of the decade with a unique blend of bathing suits and body gear. Cool cut-outs cling to curves with modern pieces that penetrate the scene, while bright tights lead the way with long, lean legs that go on forever. Crisp garments captivate the senses with dynamic colors that collide. Leaving Kelly to stand in front of a mirrored image, daring to project vintage inspiration. Live art emulates the season with power that grants the Goddess Brand of Beauty, as bronzed skin invites us in with Nathan Hejl celebrating the influence of modern makeup. Tones of tan take us back to the day with fury that’s found in the art of display. Letting Springtime glow with a powdered hue and highlights shine with time gone by. The eyes bloom in bombastic reverie with shadows that range from teal-blue to burnt-orange. Showing that this is one fierce female that knows how to flow from the top of the head to the curves of the torso. The lure of lips inject a sensual scream, marking the mouth with a golden hue. Hairstylist, Dennis Gots, honors the past while paying tribute to the future, as intensity is unleashed, creative excess comes alive under the tutelage of the (late/great) Newton.