Things from the wilderness

A shoot titled All The Wild Things is bound to have some primal influence; you might imagine heat and stone and pelts across the body a la Raquel Welch in One Million Years B.C. But there are many ways to interpret a thing of the wilderness. The world of photographer Mike Lewis‘ shoot is wrapped in a thick mist that looks cold, if not icy; Luis Rajiv’s styling of mostly white colours strengthens the mental association of low temperatures and wintry moors. Leather, wool and sheep-skin are created from nature’s own wild things but in Rajiv’s styling they’re balanced out beautifully by beading, organza and chiffon bringing the primitive in contact with the now.

wild things fashion shoot

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All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis
All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis
All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis
All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis
All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis
All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis
All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis
All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis
All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis
All The Wild Things by Mike Lewis

With pallid makeup and tribal hair by Dee Daly, model Lauren Wood looks the part. View the full shoot by Mike Lewis (mikelewis.ca) at the gallery above.

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