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Silk "Roseraie" dress by Jeanne Lanvin, French, spring/summer 1923. The ribbon flower head designs of "Roseraie" are reminiscent of the floral designs of Art Nouveau architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) and his wife Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh (1865-1933). Lanvin's version was originally created as a swatch at one of her embroidery studios in 1918-1919, according to Dean L. Merceron in his book "Lanvin." It was later used in this latticework to suggest a sense of youthful beauty ...
We are excited to present a new exclusive story from our long-standing contributors and collaborators, Sayaka Maruyama and Tomihiro Kono. For this issue the duo wanted to explore an experimental beauty concept, inspired by collage and abstract expressionism. See the full series in MOTHER | GENESIS.Photographer: Sayaka Maruyama | Hair & head props: Tomihiro Kono using Kiehl’s | Make Up: Martina Luisetti @Matty Chuah Book Agency using MAC | Models : Katerina at Premier + Ben at Storm