Devon Aoki: fashion & forniphilia

While fashion has been playing with themes of fetish in a very modern and mainstream way, it’s the old masters that keep re-emerging as the inspirations behind it all. From Guy Bourdin to Helmut Newton (his nudes given a whopping homage in the latest issue of Love magazine) to the forniphiliac tendencies of Allen Jones, which inspired this shoot from POP.

Devon Aoki in Pop Magazine

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010
Devon Aoki: Pop #22 Spring/Summer 2010

Devon Aoki stars alongside mannequins, mirrors, and latex body casts.

Marrying fashion and art, the shoot was photographed by Sean & Seng. You can view the rest of it below.

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