Summer magazine issues are usually easy to read, easy to pack and lightweight. The German Magazine Zoo Magazine features Devon Aoki on their 23rd Issue cover, the Summer Issue.
I will not hide that I brought this picture to your attention because I like Devon. Her nineties androgynous figure and apparent insouciance add personality to her neutral model self. ( I only like her as a model, she’s quite a terrible actress, I remember seeing her in one of the Fast and Furious movies and she looks/sounded pretty unconvincing but managed a pretty picture after all) Wearing a Stella McCartney lovely mini dress, photographed by Aneta Bartos, Devon is the light cover of Zoo Magazine‘s Summer Issue. (there’s also an alternative pop-like cover featuring Denisa Dvorakova and Clement Chabernaud, you can see it right after the jump!)
There’s something about women photographers shooting women models, something I can’t put my finger on: it’s like they’re picture women entirely. Men photographers tend to focus on separates, considering various accents. Women photographers take it as an ensemble. (though the Stella-air is undeniable when looking at this cover, could lenses have genders?) Remember Devon? (Zoo Magazine via tfs)