Abbey Lee’s lovely bones

I won’t say too much about this shoot because that would undoubtedly end up in me rambling on about my undying love for Abbey Lee. Suffice to say it’s called Lovely Bones, and involves lots of skeleton prints, bone-like jewellery, and a pearl encrusted skull. Maybe they should have cast Abbey Lee in the film of the same name, then I would definitely have seen it by now.

Abbey Lee Kershaw Lovely Bones

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue Korea April 2010

Rafael Stahelin was the photographer, and the shoot appears in Vogue Korea‘s April 2010 issue. Click on the gallery below for more Abbey.

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