Florence Welch By Tim Walker For Vogue

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Is this Florence Welch? Really? I mean … really? I know Tim Walker has the power to transform even the blandest thing into a spark of magic, but this? Florence? Whoa! The Photoshop guys have really gone beyond themselves and turned Florence into Karen Elson!

Dressed in a Marc Jacobs dress with Tom Ford cuffs, Florence Welch as photographed by Tim Walker is an entirely different person. Literally! (it would actually surprise me the least to find out that it was a misprint and that this was not Florence as announced but.. Karen, biensur!) (photo via)

Florence Welch by Tim Walker for Vogue


#1 Sarah Farrukh on 03.18.11 at 3:58 am

i love her style….

#2 ajgingerbelle on 03.18.11 at 6:25 am

I like Florence own style too. But I don’t see a Karen Elson here either? Don’t know what I see and where is it for?

#3 KristianlovesFlo on 03.31.11 at 6:19 pm

WTF?! How dare you, more like Karen trying to be like Flo. They’ve not photoshopped her at all, she just looks beautiful as she always does. There is no need to be so mean to a young girl trying so hard to do her job just because you are jealous as you have a crappy blogsite, absolutely pathetic.

#4 patricia on 03.31.11 at 10:55 pm

yes they are using FX on her. There is nothing to do with how beautiful Karen is (and, yes, she IS), not to mention her talent (I really like her music).
Don’t be so upset, Kristian. And don’t be mean either. None says she is trying to look like someone else. The article say that the FX guys make her look like a different person.
The article talk about the excessive use of photoshop.

#5 kpriss on 04.01.11 at 7:49 am

Thank you, Patricia! You’re a sweetheart for standing up for me like you did!

Kristian, I’m sorry you weren’t pleased by my article, it was actually directed at the photo editing people who sometimes forget who they’re retouching and they’re turning that person into someone else. They altered Florence’s beautiful face and turned her into Karen. (who is beautiful as well, don’t get me wrong, but … another individual altogether). So basically that was my vision and my observation, not against Florence (whom I also love and whose music I find really inspiring) nor against Karen Elson (who is also another favorite of mine).

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