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Where the wild roses grow

There’s a dark, Gothic subplot that’s been weaving its way through the fashion world, season after season, morphing and evolving. And as other fashion trends take to the mainstream so are they mirrored, often, in that dark underworld. Pierre dal Corso captures the present sentiments brilliantly in a shoot for Remember Paper magazine’s third issue, bringing elements like shrouds of lace, black roses, and leggings…
Karlina Caune in Wild Roses
Karlina Caune in Wild Roses
Karlina Caune in Wild Roses
Karlina Caune in Wild Roses
Karlina Caune in Wild Roses
Karlina Caune in Wild Roses
Karlina Caune in Wild Roses
Karlina Caune in Wild Roses

Static, but not lifeless

The inspirations feeding Pierre Dal Corso‘s latest shoot were all cold, static things: porcelain dolls, wax figures, marble statues… and the colour white, presented through various shades and layers of texture that add depth to the concept. But for all of those things, for model Johanna Feldmeier’s pale skin and greyish hair, the shoot is far from lifeless.
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12

Vahina Giocante: a portrait

Is art of portraiture a dying one? While we’re constantly photographing and constantly photographed, while we have a camera (or three) on our person at any given time, what it actually means is that we’re all about capturing moments and memories and whatever’s happening right now, rather than taking portraits in sittings in a purposeful way. The modern portrait is one that’s taken at an…
Vahina Giocante by Pierre Dal Corso
Vahina Giocante by Pierre Dal Corso
Vahina Giocante by Pierre Dal Corso
Vahina Giocante by Pierre Dal Corso
Vahina Giocante by Pierre Dal Corso

Bond girl for the modern day

Take note, costume designers of the James Bond franchise; for here’s an interpretation of modern-day Bond girl that would not be so quickly forgotten. But it’s not a reinterpretation of the floor-length slinky gowns and classic day-wear. This shoot by Pierre Dal Corso takes some 70s influences – fitting for the super-cool retro design of The Seven Hotel’s James Bond-inspired suite – but also mixes…
Christina Gottschalk by Pierre Dal Corso
Christina Gottschalk by Pierre Dal Corso
Christina Gottschalk by Pierre Dal Corso
Christina Gottschalk by Pierre Dal Corso
Christina Gottschalk by Pierre Dal Corso
Christina Gottschalk by Pierre Dal Corso
Christina Gottschalk by Pierre Dal Corso
Christina Gottschalk by Pierre Dal Corso

A distorted glare

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – the 70s fashion trend with flares, bright colours and platform shoes are a dominating theme right now coming through from campaigns, catwalks and fashion shoots alike. Here models Nane Fesit and Crista Cober are beautifully shot by Pierre Dal Corso in a rather purposely distorted manner adding a unique effect and sense of movement to…
GLARE: Nane Fesit & Crista Cober by Pierre Dal Corso
GLARE: Nane Fesit & Crista Cober by Pierre Dal Corso
GLARE: Nane Fesit & Crista Cober by Pierre Dal Corso
GLARE: Nane Fesit & Crista Cober by Pierre Dal Corso
GLARE: Nane Fesit & Crista Cober by Pierre Dal Corso
GLARE: Nane Fesit & Crista Cober by Pierre Dal Corso
GLARE: Nane Fesit & Crista Cober by Pierre Dal Corso
GLARE: Nane Fesit & Crista Cober by Pierre Dal Corso

Daniela Freitas undressed

There’s little way to describe the impeccable beauty of Pierre Dal Corso‘s photography. Yet another stunning shoot, this one features model Daniela Freitas, styled by Sophie Clauzel into various states of partial-undress.
Daniela Freitas by Pierre Dal Corso
Daniela Freitas by Pierre Dal Corso
Daniela Freitas by Pierre Dal Corso
Daniela Freitas by Pierre Dal Corso
Daniela Freitas by Pierre Dal Corso
Daniela Freitas by Pierre Dal Corso
Daniela Freitas by Pierre Dal Corso

No colour, but plenty of attitude

Giving Pierre Dal Corso the freedom to get creative with three models and some of today’s edgiest labels was always going to result in a something brilliant. And that’s exactly what happened when Pierre shot this series for 160g Magazine; a striking high-contrast black and white shoot full of movement, shadow and the fantastic styling of Laure Tardy-Joye. The dress pictured is by Xuan-Thu Nguyen.
NSFW Photo gallery included.

Pierre Dal Corso’s new libertine

Each time Pierre Dal Corso sends one of his shoots our way we slip deeper and deeper under his spell. This time the aesthetic is of the ‘new libertine’; an aristocratic facade thinly veiling the pursuit of all things pleasurable, only now with a modern sophistication. The shoot was expertly styled by Sophie Clauzel, with Pierre’s sensual style of photography perfectly fitting to the theme.
Eye Level by Pierre Dal Corso
Eye Level by Pierre Dal Corso
Eye Level by Pierre Dal Corso
Eye Level by Pierre Dal Corso
Eye Level by Pierre Dal Corso
Eye Level by Pierre Dal Corso
Eye Level by Pierre Dal Corso
Eye Level by Pierre Dal Corso

Satisfaction: get it here, Rolling Stones

Pierre Dal Corso‘s photography is always a pleasure to behold, his eye and skill converging to a unique point where art meets sensuality. Add in nudity, as Pierre has done with the latest photo shoot he has contributed to Fashionising.com, and the result is a potent mix of sensuality and erotica. Erotica driven home with festish inspired clothes and accessories.
NSFW Photo gallery included.

Burning Haute by Pierre Dal Corso

To do justice to the drama and detail of haute couture pieces requires equally as dramatic styling and photography. Pierre Dal Corso‘s breathtaking shoot, Burning Haute, features Fall couture pieces from the runways of Paris.
Burning Haute by Pierre Dal Corso
Burning Haute by Pierre Dal Corso
Burning Haute by Pierre Dal Corso
Burning Haute by Pierre Dal Corso
Burning Haute by Pierre Dal Corso
Burning Haute by Pierre Dal Corso
Burning Haute by Pierre Dal Corso
Burning Haute by Pierre Dal Corso

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