One can never truly grow tired of the divine inspiration veiling the 1960s, not as it keeps calling back, perpetually fascinating and continuing to effortlessly delight with its delicate take on beauty. A smouldering bouffant, or hair that falls down in loose waves, a classic cat eye and lips bearing the perfect shade of coral, porcelain skin emphasized by the daintiest pieces of jewelry; ethereal as a daydream, yet deeply grounded in reality, Gitte Post’s superb photo shoot revisits femininity in trying to awaken the classic beauty.
Bathed in the warmest light and sunken in the most delicious pastel shades, every single frame appears to evoke a different emotion, a turmoil carefully buried in Sara Mia’s otherworldly eyes, a lasting impression concealed in Stine Hoj Knudesen’s impeccable styling. A full fantasy made out of bullet bras, mini-girdles and long-line corsets, this photo shoot is the perfect ode to be paid to a truly iconic decade.
Featuring flawless hair and make-up by Anette Laursen, you can view the complete photo shoot at the gallery. Visit www.gittepost.com for more of Gitte Post’s wonderful photography work.