Posts featuring photographer Harley Weir

Devon Aoki Bares Out Beauty of Fully Freeing Being, Vogue UK

Boldly baring out the beauty of her unusual being, Devon Aoki celebrates the art of the outdoors in this two-part series by Harley Weir for Vogue UK, August ’17. She has an ability to be both of nature and totally connected to the cinema of high style. Devon doesn’t let the little things slow her down. She is one who writes her own rules. She’s her own persona and her own judge. Th…

Burnt Orange Breaks Thru Sky Flyin' Sweet Honey High for i-D

Adut Akech & Nyaueth Riam walk the talk in “Life is Art, Live Yours in Color” by Harley Weir for i-D Magazine, Summer 2017. Moving through the recesses of the mind we come in contact we our other side. Through the waning hour of slumber I seek a place to sleep… but in time… I lose my mind… searching to find myself. To change form, to reach beyond our comfort lev…

Harley Weir Softens the Abstract Tensions Toward Soulful Intent

Caitie Greene & Celine Bouly bask in the beauty of love’s burn in “Red Sensations” by Harley Weir for Vogue Japan Beauty, 10/16. The homogeneous nature of all things seem to be driving us toward a neutrality of the senses. A softening of our abstract tensions lead to a weakening of our soulful intent. This is not a simple thing. This is the reckoning of realization. Depth …

Adwoa Aboah Asks the Question "Who Run the World?" for i-D

Adwoa Aboah asks the brave question “who run the world?” by Harley Weir, Inez van Lamsweerde & Letty Schmiterlow for i-D’s, Female Gaze Issue, Fall ’16. Each story brings a unique perspective with style points that, “focus on brilliant women enriching fashion, art and culture of today.” Shot in Franklin Canyon Park, Weir’s Female Ga…

We're Bound by Pieces of Poetic Plastic

Aomi Muyock comes home by Harley Weir for Pop Magazine S/S 2016. In the subtle light that exists between dusk & dawn there lives a kind of anti-truth. Uniting us in effort each artist lends themselves to poetic intent. Stylist, Vanessa Reid, reinvents the concept of creative by captivating us with a revival of purpose. The art of couture incites the imagination while daring to disrupt our s…

Natalia Vodianova Doubles Her Pleasure

Natalia Vodianova plays both sides by Harley Weir for Pop No.34 S/S 2016. A daring array of art and play, through the waves of plastic I see-through your soul. Harley invades Natalia’s space in some of the most intimately inspired shots we’ve seen this season. Complementary angels take corresponding views, as Tina Outen works at the center of this story to artfully capture two si…

Anja Rubik "Be My Baby" Shot by Harley Weir for Vogue Paris

Anja Rubik brings us to the dark side in “Be My Baby” by Harley Weir for Vogue Paris, 12/01 2015-16. Tenebrous airings obscure the light as aphotic yearnings make the night right. Transformation is seen as a catalyst for change as Anja rediscovers her dark side. Stylist, Suzanne Koller, crosses influence with modern fashions that speak 70’s chic. White rabbits bou…

Gisele Lets Pics POP

Gisele Bündchen lets the camera get up close & personal in ‘Gisele Chanel/Chanel Gisele’ by Harley Weir for Pop Magazine, F/W 2015. By allowing the camera to enter personal space we see that truth is captured in every pore on her face. Physical closeness projects a sense of purity, as candid shots allow proximity to permeate the page. Stylist, Vanessa Reid brings haute …

Lara Stone Revels in Realness of Red 'Before the Fall'

Lara Stone fuels the female fire in ‘Before the Fall’ by Harley Weir for V Magazine, Summer 2015. The art of empowerment worn with the revelry of faith. To walk the path of fierce independence is to walk your truth. Stylist, Max Pearmain, has fun with fashion in daring designs by Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Dior, Gucci, Miu Miu, Prada, Raf Simons and more. Contrasting colors dare to uni…

90's Style Film Short Inspired by 'Taxicab Confessions'

Chloë SevignyLiv Tyler & Binx Walton show us their real sides in ‘Legs Are Not Doors’ Directed by Harley Weir & Jen Brill for Proenza Schouler. With a low-budget cult vibe this film was inspired by the ‘gritty 90s documentary series Real Sex and Taxicab Confessions.’ A celebration of the Spring 2015 Collection, this captures the art of being rea…

Pop Magazine

Gemma Ward pops off the page in Prada by Harley Weir for Pop #32, Spring/Summer 2015. Subtle in its presentation, this layout is a perfect example of the genius of Gemma. A dynamic combination of raw and real, the phenom of her force is something you just can’t fake. Always one to evoke a deep sense of meaning, shallowness takes a backseat to the truth of her being. Not afraid to show some skin…

Harley Weir Captures Art of 'Fashion' in Pop Magazine

Harley Weir captures an evocative take on the art of ‘Fashion’ for Pop Magazine, A.W. 2014. A call to the wild, by breaking through the walls of the extreme this story speaks the truth. A function of fashion, energy erupts in this avant-garde take on the power of perspective. Vanessa Reid frees us from living obvious with a stunning selection of non-sterilized styles. To speak wit…