Sunday, November 1, 2009

saga sigurdardottir

The London College of Fashion is known for producing some great talent and they don't come much more exquisite than the works of Icelandic fashion photographer Saga Sigurdardottir. A handful of a name indeed, but a body of work so mesmerising I often get lost in her world of elfin like model creatures, feathers, fur, shoes of deep rich mahogany and purple, velvets and satin and bows and gardens of endless fountains and overgrown chic grass.

Yes overgrown chic grass. If there ever was such a thing as overgrown chic grass then Sigurdardottir has captured it time and time again.

Only in her second year of fashion photography, her work has already been exhibited in publications including Dazed & Confused, Dazed Digital, Lurve Magazine and The Company of People.

I sense that larger things loom for this girl and I am in fact predicting us to be hailing Saga the Great in much the same vein in which we do Terry Richardson, sometime in the near future.

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