Once something has already been imagined, once it’s become rooted in popular culture, how do you re-imagine it? Do you willingly embrace all that’s gone before, or do you try and ignore it and start from scratch?
The costuming in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – the most recent film version directed by David Fincher – swathed the title character in urban camouflage. Thomas Lavelle’s shoot of Anne Sophie Monrad keeps some of the elements distinctively the same: the blunt short bangs and bleached eyebrows are almost a mirror reflection of Rooney Mara’s. But the styling by Delphine Dubreuil and Sarah Cohen has a more fashion-based edge.
A little more punk rock, a little more dressed up, this shoot for Fiasco Magazine’s Blood, Sweat and Tears issue is like an alternative reality of what might have been. View more at the thumbnails above.