Not your usual Naval uniforms

Put a fashion shoot on a naval ship, and you’d probably expect a barrage of nautical cliches. But there are no blue and white stripes or brass buttons on Peter Coulson‘s latest shoot. Set against the dramatic backdrop of rolling clouds and the HMAS Williamstown‘s decks, Coulson’s shoot instead contrasts chubby fur coats against long bare legs.

Styled by Aaron Love, the furs may not be everyone’s choice for sailing wear, but they do make for a striking shoot.

hmas williamstown by peter coulson

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson
HMAS Williamstown by Peter Coulson

Caroline Olweny did the hair and makeup on models Milica Vujic and Abul Akol.

For more of Peter Coulson’s work head to Peter-Coulson.com. You can view the full shoot, HMAS Williamstown, at the gallery above.

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