There’s so much beauty feigned in imperfection, there are so many lessons to be learned from our mistakes, both the big and the small ones, there’s so much more to life than a sense of greatness guarded by little white lies. And still, we find ourselves surrounded by beautiful exteriors and empty homes, by fascinating appearances and broken souls, by beautiful faces that have yet to convey happiness.
Photographed by Jeffrey Feng, Elizabeth Rogers morphs into a glamorous socialite, her house nothing but bare space, her domesticity a charade in full swing, her existence a deceiving reality.
And it’s the crisp lines building the immaculate tailoring, and the impeccable whites describing the flawless series of looks put together by Zofia St. James, laid against a correspondingly light and airy interior, to prevent the walls of illusion from crumbling down despite the visible cracks. If only perfection didn’t sound so incredibly desolate.
Featuring hair and make-up by David Cranson, and gorgeous designs by Collette Dinnigan, Willow and Saba amongst others, you can check the complete editorial at the gallery.
For more of Jeffrey Feng’s photography, visit his website at www.jeffreyfeng.com.