Kiko Mizuhara in ‘Neo Japan’ by Richard Burbridge for Free Magazine
Posted Apr 02, 2015
Kiko Mizuhara has a face full of flowers in ‘Neo Japan’ a decadent debut by Richard Burbridge for Free. Nicola Formichetti has created a modern magazine with the concept of Freedom. Partnering with the bookstore Tsutaya, the final product will be distributed (for free) to many Japanese locations. A labor of love, the heart of this project comes from Formichetti’s masterful mind. Devising a ‘dream team’ of invention, talent comes from Vogue Hommes (Editor-n-Chief) Junsuke Yamasaki, (Fashion Director) Shun Watanabe and (Art Director) Jacob Wildschioedtz. Youthful and energetic each shot is a look into the future. Avant-garde fashion finds its way with clothes that dare to take us away. With faces that go to extremes, (Makeup/Hair) Kamo Katsuya uses skin as a palate of power. From clean and pure to outta this world each image brings the beauty of both sides. A picture of perfection, pretty plays itself out, with no-brows & dark brown shadow. The eyes hold all the secrets with a giant black star and crystallized tears. From Princess Leila perfection to frizzed out funk dynamic dues tell a story. The ferocity of hair floods the scene with a variety of sweeping styles. Burbridge explores the energy of youth as the secrets of Spring are revealed. Free features a Face Full of Flowers on Models.com.