Too Beautiful. The title of this pictorial sums it up rather well. But beauty comes in many forms, and this time it’s the enigmatic, silent beauty that art and history paint in characters like Lady Godiva, Lorelei, The Lady of Shalott. Such is the appeal of flowing long hair when paired with the right styling (and an ample dose of Renaissance-like nudity). What we perhaps wouldn’t suggest, however, is to follow the more extreme examples of the waved fringe that accompanies Julia Stegner‘s Rapunzel-like hair (view the full shoot after the jump to see what we mean).
With curled fringe or without, the Daniele + Iango photographed shoot is stunning, and definitely worth a look in full. It’s from the Winter 2010 issue of Muse.