7.28.2010








modern times



the great imagination
of john galliano



ph: tommy ton



the days when
makeup and the
expressions of the
face spoke louder
than words


12 comments:

Ahip said...

reminiscent of charlie chaplin. i dig it.

NOJuju said...

O, glory.

G said...

yeeessss. i'm getting paris is burning - ovahness ball realness from this. gorgeous.

honeydonthink said...

These remind me so much of a scene in Visconti's Death in Venice with Dirk Bogarde where he paints his face white and reddens his lips to appear more youthful to the young boy he has become completely taken by.

Inspired Shares said...

I notice his great imagination...disturbing in such an intriguing way:)

Julie xo

Anonymous said...

Kabuki theater still exists

Daniel-Halifax said...

Wonderful! But the whites of the last boys eyes are so yellow, he needs a colonic!

Anonymous said...

yes Death in Venice to a t! One of the most beautiful movies. You may also enjoy this editorial Death in Venica meets Persona http://womenmanagement.blogspot.com/2008/11/november-2008-italian-vogue-toni-katrin.html

A.M. said...

i like your own voice so much more than jak & jill/butdoesitfloat re-blogs

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Love this.

Bohème Circus said...

oh yes, wonderful makeup ! I like very much these photos, thank you for sharing !

Yves said...

i love the dramatic makeup.