The limit of silence

Some of fashion’s subplots are defiantly estranged from the things we expect fashion to be: accessories made from hair, the leather harness transitioned from fetish to everyday wear – these are some of the things that crop up time and again despite their removal from common expectation. In Mohamed Gaff’s shoot The Limit of Silence – a shoot that hits the eye with striking visuals – the styling by Rayan Idyll takes on that mildly unconventional appeal.

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The Limit of Silence by Mohamed Gaff
The Limit of Silence by Mohamed Gaff
The Limit of Silence by Mohamed Gaff
The Limit of Silence by Mohamed Gaff
The Limit of Silence by Mohamed Gaff
The Limit of Silence by Mohamed Gaff

Jutta Alvermann did the equally striking hair and makeup.

View the full shoot by Mohamed Gaff by clicking on the thumbnails above.

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