Katie Fogarty: not so nude in Central Park

A little Gothic inspired with it’s horse-drawn carriages and plush velvet seats, Katie Fogarty‘s pictorial for Vogue Spain is all about opulence. It’s curiously titled Desnuda por Central Park – curious because it would seemingly translate to Nude in Central Park, and there’s no actual nudity to be seen. Perhaps it’s referring to the colour palette which does include some nudes and neutrals, like this particularly striking combination of exposed suspenders, corset, and rich cream brocades and silks.

Katie Fogarty Vogue Spain

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Katie Fogarty: Vogue España April 2010
Katie Fogarty: Vogue España April 2010
Katie Fogarty: Vogue España April 2010
Katie Fogarty: Vogue España April 2010
Katie Fogarty: Vogue España April 2010
Katie Fogarty: Vogue España April 2010
Katie Fogarty: Vogue España April 2010
Katie Fogarty: Vogue España April 2010
Katie Fogarty: Vogue España April 2010

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