Metal Metropolis gone fetish

Interview Magazine called it Metal Headz: “a new modern armour… like a gilded cage for the body”, referencing the “eroticism of a constricted silhouette that demands a sharp intake of breath.” A sharp intake of breath indeed. Styled by Karl Templer (who also just wowed us with this transformation of Katy Perry in the same issue) it’s a futuristic vision that recalls Fritz Lang’s Metropolis gone fetish.

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Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)
Elise Crombez, Saskia de Brauw: Interview, March '12 (NSFW)

It’s not just the solid metal pieces that draw gasps though, it’s the impressive naked form of Saskia de Brauw, the 1920s hints that cement the Metropolis influence further, and the inclusion of a McQueen faceless lace covering that make for a beautifully striking shoot.

Starring Elise Crombez along with Saskia de Brauw, you can view it in full at the thumbnails above.

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