Agyness Deyn is “back,” Lara Stone loves her new boobs, and Abbey Lee Kershaw is cleaning out her cupboards – looking possibly insane and most definitely insanely sexy – in a Twitter inspired shoot for Vogue Italia.
When Steven Meisel gets inventive with a shoot, he draws in wider political and social trends like no other. War, crime, rehab and webcams; exotic locations and historical re-creations; Meisel is always finding new ways to explore culture and society through his photography.
While clever, this shoot doesn’t feel entirely new as a concept, nor is it the most grabbing or contentious of subjects. But it does represent the changing world of social trends and the rise of the internet celebrity; where nudity in fashion – and even in our everyday lives – is more commonplace than ever; where sexuality is on display and every minute detail of our lives is openly shared.
On top of all that, Twitter’s rise to prominence in 2009 is undeniable, making this the perfect time to release such a shoot. Oh – and for all the Twitterers out there, you can follow fashionising.com here.