Lexi Boling in “Faces of Fashion” by Stas Komarovski for Models.com
Posted Jun 20, 2016
Lexi Boling gets dark & real in “Faces of Fashion” by Stas Komarovski for Models.com. Authentically featured artfully portrayed, this is the picture of pure Model perfection. I’ve seen this stunner go from tomboy extreme to girl-next-door dream, with each editorial exposing us to something new. Andrew Mukamal ventures into the wild side, by giving us a peek at the body baring fashions of Boling. Raw and real looks reflect her unique nature, by allowing us to see just what she wants us to see. Exposing the somber side of style see-thru lace makes its way to every shot. Evocative looks erupt, going from a chain-link halter and leather shorts, to black tights with laced up sneakers and a body-stocking with a midriff harness/bra. Overt sexuality is a thing of the past as this piece projects a new form of fluidity.
Defying description, Lexi redefines the concept of what it means to be clean. Nude beauty beckons us near as CyndLe Komarovski shows us the beauty of being bare. A touch of color sweeps over the lids giving the illusion of makeup fading, as honey-dipped lips exude a barely there tone. An exquisite mix of art and fashion, her features evoke passion while this piece projects an edge. Naked skin reflects a sense of innocence with each image taking us deeper inside. Sensuality flows as duality has come to define her best works. Hiro + Mari let the messy hair fall free leaving it less an individual event than an extension of the story. Ending with a bang, her head is tilted back, with a leather choker around the neck and a lace mask covering her face. As smoke steams out of her mouth we are left to wonder…
There are some girls whose complex character implies edge, however, they are no longer willing to be put in an over-sexualized category. The rigid over classification of people can be limiting – sometimes to designate is to denigrate. Pigeonholed is so passé, so, to all the labeling, branding and typecasting – I say so long. It’s a new world baby… get on board or get run-over.