Natasha Poly in ‘Theatre’ by Txema Yeste for Vogue Russia, April 2015
Photographer: Txema Yeste. Model(s): Natasha Poly. Source: Vogue Russia. Stylist: Olga Dunina. Makeup: Tyron Machhausen. Hair: Vi Sapyyapy.
Posted Mar 17, 2015
Natasha Poly puts on a symbolic neo-show in ‘Theatre’ by Txema Yeste for Vogue Russia, April 2015. Transformation takes hold as fashion unfolds in this metamorphosis of change. Daring to take flight, haute couture evolves turning a chrysalis into a butterfly. Stylist, Olga Dunina, boldly blends eras with a rich mix of retro revived and avant garde extreme. Each shot celebrates the power of passion with enchanted images that captures our imagination. Beauty seen through the stages of development, (Makeup Artist) Tyron Machhausen takes her face from natural born to wildly exotic. Winged eyes fly out in flushes as bursts of pink tint the side of the face. A kiss of creation touches the lips leaving red to signify that a new life is coming. Hairstylist, Vi Sapyyapy, embraces symbolism with locks that go from up/back to flying free. Wrapped in a cocoon of color topped in a crown of jewels, Txema proves that altering life’s littlest details can change the outcome. The Beauty of The Butterfly Effect – even the flutter of a butterfly’s wings can cause a hurricane on the other-side of the world – Everything Matters.