As much as I’m going against my beliefs for covering something made by Uncle Terry, I’m trying hard to educate this feeling and be less subjective on the matter. So: Kate Moss photographed by Terry Richardson for Harper’s Bazaar June July 2012.
Although it has an odd Pirelli – like vibe (Terry Richardson did a calendar for Pirelli, in 2010; Kate Moss was in this year’s Pirelli calendar, this year, however, photographed by Mario Sorrenti), I have to celebrate something really important: Harper’s Bazaar dragged Uncle Terry out of the promiscuous comfort of his studio out in the wild, wild nature. Where Kate Moss makes pretty much the same faces and poses in pretty much the same positions. (don’t take my word for it, check it out for yourself in the gallery, here)
But that’s not Kate’s fault, is it? The back pose and the front w / hat look like Terry’s new obsession. At least as far as this shooting goes. Now: how am I doing? Did I successfully re – channeled all that subjectivity and negativity I used to manifest towards anything – Uncle Terry? (below just a small selection from the HB pictorial which you can fully admire here)
She looks so bored on the editorial photos. The one on the knee of the statue looks like a 40-something golddigger posing on the lap of her 80 years old husband at the Daily Fail page….
Kate looks fresh on the cover but nothing special.
I concur Riana. : )
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