Vogue Arabia by Louis Christopher

Fashion Photography by Louis Christopher

We have all known Louis Christiopher for his fine style in fashion photography using contrast lighting and minimal thinking when it comes to creating an eye catching & iconic story. This story is shot with the top 50 girls at models.com, Charlee Frazer; who is shot in NY walking through the shadows and contrasty lights, into the streets of New York. We love the simplicity captured by Louis, by still keeping it very edgy with the angles and the use of tailored styling.

Editorial, May, 2018

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