A clean and dotted future

Often futuristic visions lean to the dark and dystopian, but not Felix Lammers‘. Giving a futuristic spin to this shoot of Zuzanna Stankiewicz, Lammers creates a bright, clean, almost sterile environment where each image is infused with a cool glow. Marko Matysik’s styling hints at some ideas for using spring 2012′s trends to create that vision of cool futurism: metallic gold and silver, mesh fabrics, and architectural shapes are key. Meanwhile one of the year’s most noticeable, unusual and yet surprisingly understated beauty looks – sequins dotting the eyes – is an accompaniment the shoot challenges you to be bold enough to emulate.

Zuzanna Stankiewicz by Felix Lammers

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Zuzanna Stankiewicz by Felix Lammers (NSFW)
Zuzanna Stankiewicz by Felix Lammers (NSFW)
Zuzanna Stankiewicz by Felix Lammers (NSFW)
Zuzanna Stankiewicz by Felix Lammers (NSFW)
Zuzanna Stankiewicz by Felix Lammers (NSFW)
Zuzanna Stankiewicz by Felix Lammers (NSFW)
Zuzanna Stankiewicz by Felix Lammers (NSFW)
Zuzanna Stankiewicz by Felix Lammers (NSFW)

With makeup by Yasmin Heinz and hair by Kota Suizu, you can view more of Felix Lammers’ shoot at the gallery above.

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