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The water lily personified

Just as words can be used to create metaphors, similes and personifications, so photographs can be used to recreate and replace one inanimate object with another animate object. Photographer Timmothy Lee uses his fashion and photographic understanding to create a female representation of a water lily. Within the photography shoot Lee uses model Nikola Lines as a water lily. Submerging her as a beautiful female…
Water Lily by Timmothy Lee
Water Lily by Timmothy Lee
Water Lily by Timmothy Lee
Water Lily by Timmothy Lee

Photosynthesis by Timmothy Lee

Nature has long been a source of inspiration. Its wide array of flora and fauna gives us a lot of artistic options. Timmothy Lee looks to a widely known process to become his source of inspiration for a photo shoot: photosynthesis (which he uses as the title as well). Naturally beautiful, the shoot reflects beauty in a true form: no fuss, no frills.
Photosynthesis by Timmothy Lee
Photosynthesis by Timmothy Lee
Photosynthesis by Timmothy Lee
Photosynthesis by Timmothy Lee
Photosynthesis by Timmothy Lee

Your love is the sun

A tinge of blue reflects from the water and plays around the edges of Timmothy Lee‘s otherwise desaturated images. Model Nastya basks in the shallow, clear water of somewhere that could be anywhere, or nowhere – just the kind of isolated location where nature reigns.
Your Love Is In The Sun II by Timmothy Lee
Your Love Is In The Sun II by Timmothy Lee
Your Love Is In The Sun II by Timmothy Lee
Your Love Is In The Sun II by Timmothy Lee
Your Love Is In The Sun II by Timmothy Lee
Your Love Is In The Sun II by Timmothy Lee

Spring kisses back

On top of the beautiful, oriental-inspired styling by Nikei Mak and Timmothy Lee’s ambient night-time photography, Yan Leung’s makeup artistry is the jewel in this shoot’s crown. Titled Kiss The Spring – part II, it’s a follow up to another shoot of Lee’s (Kiss The Spring) that we featured a little while ago. Both shoots give you that feeling of spring being in the air;…
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee

Exotic beauty, made in Hong Kong

It was this time last year that we started to notice the slowly creeping roots of an oriental fashion trend. It’s been lingering around the edges, but hasn’t quite broken out in full force. We don’t expect that to change this year, but it’s an influence of the exotic we’ll be keeping an eye on – particularly as 1920s fashion similarly maintains its haze of…
Made In Hong Kong II by Timmothy Lee
Made In Hong Kong II by Timmothy Lee
Made In Hong Kong II by Timmothy Lee
Made In Hong Kong II by Timmothy Lee
Made In Hong Kong II by Timmothy Lee
Made In Hong Kong II by Timmothy Lee
Made In Hong Kong II by Timmothy Lee
Made In Hong Kong II by Timmothy Lee

April showers bring may flowers

Like darkness before the dawn, you sometimes have to endure the rain to see the flowers. Timmothy Lee‘s newest shoot takes the title April showers bring may flowers (d’avril les ondees, font les fleurs de mai). It has warmth and beauty and promise. Here, April’s rains have passed and it’s time to revel in spring’s flourishing gardens – model Irina Kondrateva amoung them.
Irina Kondrateva by Timmothy Lee
Irina Kondrateva by Timmothy Lee
Irina Kondrateva by Timmothy Lee
Irina Kondrateva by Timmothy Lee
Irina Kondrateva by Timmothy Lee
Irina Kondrateva by Timmothy Lee
Irina Kondrateva by Timmothy Lee
Irina Kondrateva by Timmothy Lee

High voltage quirkiness from Carla Chan

Colour, texture and abstract prints all draw your eye with magnetic force when you view Carla Chan’s graduate collection. But the thing your gaze then hovers on is the unique shapes, the twists and gathers and drapes that bend the mind like an Escher sketch. A graduate of Nottingham Trent University in association with the Hong Kong Design Institute, Chan’s quirkiness is her trademark. Timmothy…

Killing it softly and sweetly

Sexy and sweet are no strangers to each other, but rarely do they come together in such an explosive way. Photographed in black and white by Timmothy Lee, Killing Me Softly is one of those works that needs no colour to tell its story. It’s an ultimate mix of innocent femininity and knowing sensuality. Take the Numb Hk and Yancy Ng styled outfit of a…
Eva Gii by Timmothy Lee
Eva Gii by Timmothy Lee
Eva Gii by Timmothy Lee
Eva Gii by Timmothy Lee
Eva Gii by Timmothy Lee
Eva Gii by Timmothy Lee
Eva Gii by Timmothy Lee
Eva Gii by Timmothy Lee

Kiss the Spring

This is spring as I always imagine it: warm nights, but not so balmy as summer, not so balmy as to make your skin glisten and make every cotton fibre cling to your body. It’s about florals in luxurious fabrics be they loosely cut dresses or lightweight blouses made all the more perfect for the evening and for spring 2012 with a sparkling gemstone necklace.…
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Kiss the Spring by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring by Timmothy Lee

Love is a rebellious bird

Like Bizet’s fiery heroine of the eponymous Opera, Timmothy Lee‘s Carmen is wrapped in drama. But while subtle bohemian influences there may be – some swirling ruffles here, a flowing tiger-lilly print there – this Carmen is not the tempestuous gypsy of Bizet’s Romantic Era world. She’s a modern version; styled by Annie Bao for today’s take on mesmerising beauty and sartorial drama.
Party Carmen: Beaux magazine
Party Carmen: Beaux magazine
Party Carmen: Beaux magazine
Party Carmen: Beaux magazine
Party Carmen: Beaux magazine
Party Carmen: Beaux magazine
Party Carmen: Beaux magazine
Party Carmen: Beaux magazine

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