The superhero alter ego

It’s impossible to imagine another time when superhero films has such prominence on the screen. Just about every caped crusader, mutant being, and mythical comic-book character has been dusted off and brought back out in front of a movie audience, from the dark (relative) realism of the rebooted Batman franchise to the multitude of other Avengers and Justice League precursors. Film influences fashion – a lot – but when it comes to superheros that’s not as immediately obvious. Superheros are about fantasy. So it follows that, when a shoot takes the theme as its basis, it’ll be about fantasy also.

Photographer Johanna Brinckman brings us a shoot that’s as bright and pop-art like as the original Wonder Woman comic. Titled simply Diana Prince after Wonder Woman’s alter-ego, Brinkman’s shoot is all about fun fashion and beauty looks fit for a superhero.

wonder woman fashion shoot

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Diana Prince by Johanna Brinckman (NSFW)
Diana Prince by Johanna Brinckman (NSFW)
Diana Prince by Johanna Brinckman (NSFW)
Diana Prince by Johanna Brinckman (NSFW)
Diana Prince by Johanna Brinckman (NSFW)
Diana Prince by Johanna Brinckman (NSFW)

After all, if you’re going to save the world, you don’t want to go unnoticed.

For the full shoot by Johanna Brinckman, click on the thumbnails above.

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