Tribal trend in Vogue UK, May 2009

It’s been quite a favourite for editorials; and we can also add the May 2009 issue of Vogue UK to the list of magazines to feature the tribal trend. Titled Good Vibrations, the shoot channels the “exotica and handiwork of tribal dress”. As with most things tribally-inspired, the shoot also involves a good dose of the feather trend.

Tribal trend in Vogue UK, May 2009

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Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall
Voge UK - May 2009 - Good Vibrations - Angela Lindvall

The shoot features model Angela Lindvall and was shot by Mario Testino. Click on the gallery below to view the rest of the photo series.

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