Sensual innocence & bridal whites in Bambi

Vivienne Mok‘s butter-soft aesthetic and bridal whites are two things that go perfectly hand in hand. As with all of Mok’s work, though, this isn’t the Bride in all her pampered, glossy glory. She’s enveloped in a dreamy haze of light, and as the shoot wears on her high necks and long trains shorten, her layers of lace are peeled away, her tightly braided hair flows loose. It’s as if a Victorian austerity is lifted and sensuality takes its place.

Vivienne Mok Bridal shoot

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine
Kristina by Vivienne Mok for Bambi Magazine

Vivienne’s shoot is just one of those that appears in the beautifully curated 12th issue of Bambi Magazine, which has just been released online. Check out the full issue at bambimagazine.com.

For more of Vivienne Mok’s dreamy shoot of model Kristina, which features hair and makeup by Charlotte Mailhe, click on the thumbnails.

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