Strange fruit

Because, as I was just riffing upon in relation to Miranda Kerr’s bared body for Industrie magazine, nudity and fashion have progressed to a more artistic level, the presence of a raw shoot that basks in the flat light and obvious redeye of the camera flash is almost refreshing. Not that we don’t love the former; but we also appreciate the latter more when in a lower quantity.

For this shoot titled ‘Fruit’ Marlijn Hoek is the one exposed (take that with a dual meaning if you will) by the camera flash. Janneke van der Hagen’s shoot pairs a Repunzel-like braid with kitschy tropical settings; an unusual and eye-catching combination.

Marilijn Hoek fruit

Styled by Lara Verheijden, you can view the full shoot from Deluxx magazine’s December 2011 issue by clicking on the thumbnails above.

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