American photographer Melvin Sokolsky played a major role in the revival of fashion photography in the 1960s. One of his most famous fashion photo shoots was the Bubble series which he shot for Harper’s Bazaar when he was just 21-years-old. The series shows fashion models floating through the air, contained in giant clear plastic bubbles. Some would say that the bubbles would signifying how untouchable these women were from the rest of society or perhaps how isolated they felt.
nineeyedoracle: No more. When you throw yourself into the cosmos and they eat you up, you find a grace period of something else. Something.. not so real. Not so deep. Simply being. Materialistic is mine. That is how I withdrawal. I have a serious shopping problem when I’m upset, honestly.