Getting to big for the dollhouse, Alice?

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I saw this photo by itself without the rest of the editorial and thought it was fantastic. Then I found that this picture of Natalia Vodianova is part of a larger editorial featured in Vogue,June 2003. Obviously, it was by my favourite photographer Annie Leibovitz.  I wonder why I haven’t come across it sooner. Natalia is Alice. Marc Jacobs, Karl Lagerfeld, Tom Ford, Donnatella Versace, Olivier Theyskens, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Viktor & Rolf and John Galliano all portray characters in Lewis Carroll’s fanciful novel. Vodianova wears the clothes of each designer she shares the picture with. It is so beautifully done.

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Image credit: Annie Leibovitz for Vogue US

Maame x

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6 Responses to Getting to big for the dollhouse, Alice?

  1. stephanie says:

    This is definitely one of my favorite shot ever. I just love Alice in wonderland and I think they couldn’t have chosen a better model to portray her.

    Lovely blog.
    xoxo
    Stephanie

  2. Liz says:

    I love Natalia she still looks the same…

  3. Juliana says:

    Natalia + Lewis Carroll + Galliano + Dior + Annie= SUBLIME.
    Great blog, thanks!

  4. Woro says:

    You have inspired me =)
    This is perfect. Thanks.

    http://worolarasati.wordpress.com

  5. Pingback: leibovitz love « love to love/blog

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