Morning dew soothes the injured foot, which burned across the hot coals on the evening of his hatred…

Where there’s springtime there’s hope, Marta Moosiatko Streng seems to be saying in this piece of work. Rows of blossoming trees span away to vanishing point, fields of yellow flowers blanket the distant hills. Innocence may be lost but our two protagonists – models Aneta Nalinska and Paulina Krzysztalowicz – find support in friendship and promise in the beauty of nature.

Katarzyna Siux Ilecka’s hairstyling of soft twists and coiled braids finds harmony with the lace dresses and floral prints of designer Ciuchosza’s pieces. Prettiness, here, is palpable.

blossoms and white lace

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Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng
Once you lose that innocence by Marta Moosiatko Streng

View more of Marta’s shoot Once you lose that innocence at the gallery. You can also check out her blog for more of her own notes (which the translation above is drawn from) though note that it’s in Polish.

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Some people's wardrobes are about a small selection of pieces that all fit within one aesthetic - Tania Braukamper isn't such a person. With a wardrobe that spans three different rooms, her approach to fashion is a mixture of current-season key pieces mixed with vintage finds she's sourced on innumerous shopping trips around the world's more cultured capitals. Despite a disparate approach to shopping, Tania is adamant that the key to mixing vintage with new season is to stick to key looks and colours that work for oneself. And it's a theory that she works into her writing for Fashionising.com, where she serves as the publication's Editor.